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The Danger in Militarizing Intelligence

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The Washington Post, July 2007 | Letter

In his July 8 op-ed, "Getting the CIA We Need," David Ignatius said the "White House has done better on intelligence during the past year," during which the Pentagon... Read More »

Tenet's defense of the indefensible

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The Baltimore Sun, May 2007 | Article

George J. Tenet's At the Center of the Storm is a self-serving and misleading account of his role in helping the Bush administration make its... Read More »

Tenet's defense of the indefensible

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The Baltimore Sun, May 2007 | Article

George J. Tenet's At the Center of the Storm is a self-serving and misleading account of his role in helping the Bush administration make its private and public case to go to war against Iraq. ... Read More »

Military takes over intelligence

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The Miami Herald, January 2007 | Article

The expected confirmation of retired Navy Adm. Mike McConnell as director of national intelligence will complete the Pentagon's takeover of the intelligence community... Read More »

Gates is a poor choice

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The Cincinnati Post, November 2006 | Article

U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld's resignation has unloaded a great deal of unwelcome baggage for the Bush administration, but the nomination of Robert M. Gates is unlikely to help resolve the war in Iraq or the military's opposition to the civilian leadership at the Pentagon.... Read More »

Wrong Man to Replace Rumsfeld

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The Baltimore Sun, November 2006 | Article

Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld's resignation has unloaded a great deal of unwelcome baggage for the Bush administration, but the nomination of Robert M. Gates is unlikely to help resolve the disastrous war in Iraq or the uniformed military's opposition to the civilian leadership at the Pentagon.... Read More »

Post-9/11 reforms have made us safer

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The Baltimore Sun, September 2006 | Article

The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon five years ago exposed fundamental weaknesses in America's intelligence community, particularly the ... Read More »

Some reports regarding Iraq never made it to Congress

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The Baltimore Sun, November 2005 | Article

President Bush, in defense of his decision to use force in Iraq, contends that Congress supported the decision and that it had access to the same intelligence available to the White House.... Read More »

Righting the CIA

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Baltimore Sun, November 2004 | Article

Over the years, there have been many attempts to politicize intelligence. But no government has been so blatant as the Bush administration. ... Read More »

Truth in intelligence

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The Baltimore Sun, June 2004 | Article

The resignation of George J. Tenet as CIA director was long overdue, but fundamental steps are essential to allow his successor to control the... Read More »

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