The man who sparked the investigation into the President’s illegal conduct has been outed in a futile attempt to discredit it.
A Coast Guard officer and aspiring domestic terrorist was arrested late yesterday for plotting to kill Democratic politicians and members of the media.
A Federal Judge in Maryland has ruled that discovery can proceed in a case alleging that President Trump has taken payments from outside sources in violation of the Constitution
Authorities have arrested a Florida man named Cesar Sayoc, a 56-year-old Trump supporter, in connection with the wave of bombing attempts directed at critics of the President.
Two more potential explosive devices, addressed to New Jersey Senator Cory Booker and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, have been discovered by law enforcement.
More explosive devices sent to prominent Trump critics, including Robert DeNiro and Joe Biden, have been located.
The former CIA Director has been stripped of his access to classified information after repeatedly criticizing the President.
In what appears to be a move based purely on vindictiveness, President Trump has revoked the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan.
Based on what can only be described as pure vindictiveness, the President is apparently planning on revoking security clearances of former officials who have been outspoken against the Administration and its policies.
President Trump’s summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin was an even bigger disaster than anticipated.
For intelligence and law enforcement to function, their leaders must remain outside the partisan fray—even in recent retirement.
A complicated concurrence to Steven Taylor’s recent postings.
A new report indicates that Trump campaign officials were seeking contact with Russian officials earlier than we thought.
Former C.I.A. Director John Brennan testified before a House Committee today, and what he had to say was not good news for the Trump Administration.
The 117 CIA officers who have died in our service should not be used to score cheap political points.
The first full day of Donald Trump’s Presidency consisted largely of obsessions with irrelevant facts and outright lies.
The CIA has always separated its core spying and analysis functions; that may soon change.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul continues to challenge Republican orthodoxy on foreign policy, and that’s a good thing.
Relations between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia seem to have soured in recent years.
While our leaders may not be fully trustworthy, they, not disgruntled low level employees, are best positioned to decide.
A bipartisan commission of elder statesmen confirms what we’ve known for years.
The GOP’s decision to filibuster the Senate Gun Control Bill doesn’t make a lot of political sense.
Rand Paul’s filibuster is one that all American’s should thank him for that.
The Obama White House is not ruling out targeted strikes against Americans inside American territory.
The Obama Administration has given us a peek at its legal arguments for targeted killings and they are troubling to say the least.
President Obama is taking some heat over the fact that his Second Term cabinet selections have been very white and very male.
Charges that the Obama administration leaked classified information about the Osama bin Laden raid for political gain are bunk.
My first piece for The New Republic, “Why the Obama Administration’s Drone War May Soon Reach a Tipping Point,” is up.
Our good ally Pakistan has publicly ordered us to leave a base used for “covert” CIA drone attacks.
Thanks to a combination of good intelligence and fast action, it looks like the U.S. and UK avoided a serious attack on airliners last week.
Not surprisingly, Radical Islamists are taking notice of the tone of debate in the United States over the so-called “Ground Zero Mosque.”
The Obama’s are vacationing on Martha’s Vineyard again this year so, of course, it’s time for people to say stupid things about Presidential leisure activities again.