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Andrew Napolitano: Obama Appears ‘Out to Lunch’ Regarding CIA Spying on Congress

Speaking Tuesday on Fox News, Judge Andrew Napolitano explained that Central Intelligence Agency Director John O. Brennan’s admission that the CIA spied on the Senate Intelligence Committee indicates President Barack Obama either has committed an impeachable offense or was “out to lunch” in regard to controlling the intelligence agency.

Napolitano, an RPI Advisory Board member, argues in the interview that the admitted spying “violates the Constitution per se” and that Brennan’s denial of the spying in a briefing of Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) may make the CIA head prosecutable for lying to Congress.
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The Anatomy of Propaganda: Ukraine, CIA, WWIII, and the Power of Social Media

How does the Obama administration frame the issue on the shootdown of the Malaysian Airliner to pin the blame on Putin? Get out early, go hard, go heavy, get your mainstream ducks in a row and dominate, dominate, dominate!

But what about the narrative falling apart? Will anyone hear the lone tree falling in the forest? If the US provided some evidence we would certainly consider it.
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Col. Lawrence Wilkerson Exposes the CIA’s Ongoing Cover-Up of Torture War Crimes

Former US Army Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson discussed in detail, as a guest Sunday on Background Briefing with Ian Masters, a “major cover-up” in progress, with the US Central Intelligence Agency altering a still unreleased Senate Intelligence Committee report on torture

The alterations, Wilkerson explains, are intended to protect people, including high level CIA and State Department officials Cofer Black, John Brennan, and George Tenet, who Wilkerson thinks participated in war crimes “unlike some stalwarts and courageous people at CIA [who] refused to participate” in the torture program.
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McAdams' Year-End Chat With Jay Taylor

RPI's Daniel McAdams looks back over the year in foreign policy and civil liberties with VoiceAmerica Radio's Jay Taylor. What does the rest of the world think of US spying, the ugly underside of an otherwise legitimate US intelligence community, ruling against NSA bulk collection, Peter King, the military interventionists and the great riches they reap, in Syria: Assad must stay, European Union is a sick puppy, China/Japan dispute, and more...
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