The conundrum of former senior intelligence officials who wish to defend the intelligence community or speak out against the president—and four modest suggestions for those who do so.
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Former CIA director John Brennan would have little difficulty persuading a court that his clearance was revoked in retaliation for his exercise of his First Amendment rights.
A little video that speaks for itself.
This week on the podcast, we bring you CIA Director John Brennan's conversation with Bruce Riedel at the Brookings Institution.
On Tuesday, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper provided the annual Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community to Congress. We've got the details.
Here's the video, which I am watching now:
The other day, I was privileged to participate in the CIA and George Washington University's conference on "The Ethos and Profession of Intelligence."
The New York Post recently reported on a hacker who claimed to have gained access to CIA Director John Brennan’s personal email account. There are a number of potential legal issues about this hacking attack, but we will briefly raise three.