Wednesday, December 21, 2005


Max Boot on the selective outrage about Valerie Plame and more genuine assaults on our national security. [Bolding mine]
Since then [Valerie Plame] there have been some considerably more serious security breaches. Major media organs have broken news about secret prisons run by the CIA, the interrogation techniques employed therein, and the use of 'renditions' to capture suspects, right down to the tail numbers of covert CIA aircraft. They have also reported on a secret National Security Agency program to monitor calls and e-mails from people in the U.S. to suspected terrorists abroad, and about the Pentagon's Counterintelligence Field Activity designed to protect military bases worldwide.

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