Our nation's most notorious criminals violate our most fundamental laws and remain not only free, but actively engaged in influencing our national security policies.
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President Obama this afternoon directed his national security adviser and senior Cabinet officials to examine whether the government keeps too much in...
Consider one of the Franken Rules of Life: "There is nothing good that someone won't corrupt."
Today we talk about secrecy. Obviously there are man...
California has long had judicial openness rules that are exemplary -- on paper. The time has come to insist that they be followed.
In a quiet, fluorescently lit room in the National Archives' auxiliary campus in suburban College Park, Maryland, 10 miles outside of Washington, are ...
The order is beyond audacious -- incumbent presidents decide and judge the nature of national security, not former presidents.
Obama should look to Cheney to understand how a pro -- even one who so damaged the interests of the nation -- managed power and purpose in government.
What is shocking about the presentation by Bush -- and the deal that is unfolding is that we don't see any acceptance of responsibility for the failure of his team's stewardship of the economy.
Why the secrecy? Why try so hard to cover up your e-mail trail? What exactly is Gov. Palin trying to hide?
Controversial government programs are theoretically restrained by checks and balances, but neither Congress nor the courts have a way to check a secret program.
Directed by Amy Redford - daughter of Sundance founder Robert - the film also features a menage a trois, which the large man sitting behind me loudly whispered was the best part of the movie.
Behold, the Bush Administration in chart form: Federal spending on paper shredding has increased more than 600 percent since George W. Bush took offic...
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