Former Intelligence Officers Criticize GOP on Plame Coverup

Not surprisingly, the CIA is not happy about the White House’s act of leaking the identity of one of them for political gain. They aren’t called Central Intelligence for nothing–they can see through all the spin. Eleven former intelligence officers are speaking up and stating that leaking Plame’s identity may … Continue reading

Rove, Libby Accounts in CIA Case Differ With Those of Reporters

Rove, Libby Accounts in CIA Case Differ With Those of Reporters By Richard Keil July 22 (Bloomberg) — Two top White House aides have given accounts to the special prosecutor about how reporters told them the identity of a CIA agent that are at odds with what the reporters have … Continue reading

AP News Reveals Labor Department Cover Up on CAFTA Study; Senate Finance Committee Sends CAFTA Vote to Senate Floor

AP News released a story today that the Labor Department had been blocking the release of a study “critical of working conditions in Central America.” No irony lost here that this comes out as the Senate prepares to cast the vote on CAFTA as early as tomorrow. The Senate Finance … Continue reading

John Kerry: CAFTA is a Giant Step Backward

The CAFTA vote in the Senate is expected later tonight. John Kerry spoke on the Senate floor this afternoon about his opposition to the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA). The remarks that follow are as prepared: “I have supported free trade for the past two decades. That includes NAFTA, … Continue reading

Rathergate Related Complaint Against Kerry, CBS Dismissed

The claim by the Center for Individual Freedom that the Kerry Campaign was involved in Rathergate has been thrown out by the FEC. Election officials have thrown out a complaint against John Kerry’s presidential campaign and CBS over a now-discredited story that questioned President Bush’s National Guard service. The Federal … Continue reading