OBAMA FOREIGN POLICY ADVISER IN 2011: All this “Caliphate” talk is a delusion. That was John Brennan, now the embattled head of the CIA.
On Tuesday we gave you the ratings for the August 3 Sunday Shows in the DC Market. Who’s on the talk shows this weekend? Highlights include Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein on “Face the Nation,” CIA directors John Brennan and Ron Patrick on...Show More Summary
CIA chief John Brennan and Sen. Dianne Feinstein confer shortly before his nomination was confirmed by the Senate. Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein, chairwoman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence said Tuesday that the 480-page...Show More Summary
Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson has a terrific column today, "Time o tame the intelligence monster," in which he calls for the resignation of CIA Director John Brennan over his agency's illegal spying on Congress. From theShow More Summary
Why does CIA director John Brennan still have a job when other scandal-plagued Obama officials have been fired?
USA Today op-ed: Public Servants Acting as Public Masters, by Glenn Reynolds (Tennessee): "Nothing could be further from the truth. I mean, we wouldn't do that." That was CIA Director John Brennan's answer in March when Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., charged the CIA with breaking into computers used by Senate...
There are bipartisan calls for an independent counsel investigation -- and Democrat Mark Udall is already calling for resignation. Glenn Reynolds doubts that a resignation, or even a firing, would mean anything at all. Contempt for Congress, and for separation...
Honest. I started writing about this David Cole column asking, “Can Congress rein in the spies?” before John Brennan admitted that, contrary to his earlier assurances, his spooks actually had been spying on their Congressional overseers...Show More Summary
Sen. Saxby Chambliss is my go-to guy when I absolutely must know the unvarnished truth. Ever since he explained that former Sen. Max Cleland (who lost three limbs in Vietnam) was insufficiently patriotic to be reelected (Saxby sat out...Show More Summary
There was a cascade of coverage of the President’s August 1 remarks concerning John Brennan and his defense of his embattled CIA chief, as Obama was also widely derided for his seeming defense of those who tortured “some folks” after 9/11. Show More Summary
CIA Director John Brennan is facing calls to resign after admitting CIA officials spied on a Senate panel probing the agency's torture and rendition program. The allegation surfaced in March when members of the Senate Intelligence Committee openly accused CIA officials of illegally monitoring their staffers' computers. Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has joined a growing number of senators calling for CIA Director John Brennan to step down, after it was revealed the intelligence agency had spied on Senate staffers looking over the forthcoming "torture report."...Show More Summary
BRIAN HUGHES: Why Obama can’t sweep aside his John Brennan problem at the CIA.
NONSENSE, HE JUST LIED TO CONGRESS. HE DIDN’T SLEEP WITH HIS BIOGRAPHER. Senator Rand Paul: CIA Director John Brennan Should Be Fired.
(Paul Mirengoff) CIA Director John Brennan is under fire from the Senate Intelligence Committee after the CIA admitted that it searched the computer files and read the e-mails of Senate investigators who were probing the agency’s use of harsh interrogation measures on terrorist in the aftermath of 9/11. Show More Summary
Two Democratic senators, Mark Udall (D-CO) and Martin Heinrich (D-NM), have called on CIA Director John Brennan to resign after he admitted that the CIA had spied on Senate computers used by Senate staffers to research a report on the agency’s interrogation and detention practices during the Bush administration. Show More Summary
The Kentucky Republican, who filibustered the CIA chief's nomination, is the latest legislator to call for his ouster.
Spies, if caught, are trained to deny everything -- no matter how overwhelming the evidence. CIA Director John Brennan has been doing just that.
Dianne Feinstein, Chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, had no comment for Breitbart News about CIA Chief John Brennan’s admission that the agency spied on Senate computers or the announcement from two Democratic colleagues on the Committee that Brennan should resign. Show More Summary
What's going on with the CIA hacking into Senate computers? Here's a very brief, very telescoped timeline to get you up to speed: 2009: The Senate Intelligence Committee begins working on an investigation of CIA torture during the Bush administration. Show More Summary