In this week’s episode of “Scheer Intelligence” Robert Scheer interviews Ray McGovern, a former CIA analyst. McGovern spent
With the Sterling trial, the CIA is airing soiled threads of its dirty laundry as never before in open court. The agency seems virtually obsessed with trying to refute the negative portrayal of Operation Merlin in James Risen's 2006 book, State of War.
What were/are we training Iraqis for? Should not the training, for a country we knew nothing about but were trying to "save," have been the other way around?
With the publication of Glenn Greenwald's new book on Edward Snowden and the NSA, the state surveillance issue is back in full force -- as if it ever went away.
News media should illuminate conflicts of interest, not embody them. But the owner of the Washington Post is now doing big business with the Central Intelligence Agency, while readers of the newspaper's CIA coverage are left in the dark.
Snowden said the U.S. government was "unwilling to prosecute high officials who lied to Congress and the country on camera
Inasmuch as American politicians have failed miserably in the last decade on the issue of war, it would behoove concerned citizens to bring the facts in our memo to the attention of their respective congresspersons, as well as the president.
Over 20 noted whistleblowers have just released a petition calling for rescinding a "Transparency Award" President Obama recently received.
Mcgovern's offense? He stood silently in the audience and turned his back revealing a "Veterans for Peace" t-shirt he was
Ray explained that it was in this spirit that he chose to protest Clinton's policies and track record. Image from JusticeOnLine