Skip to comments.White House Picks Panel to Review NSA Programs
Posted on 08/22/2013 4:02:24 PM PDT by shego
A group of veteran security experts and former White House officials has been selected to conduct a full review of U.S. surveillance programs and other secret government efforts disclosed over recent months, ABC News has learned. The recent acting head of the CIA, Michael Morell, will be among what President Obama called a high-level group of outside experts scrutinizing the controversial programs. Joining Morell on the panel will be former White House officials Richard Clarke, Cass Sunstein and Peter Swire. An announcement is expected Thursday, a source with knowledge of the matter told ABC News Jon Karl....
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“There is a system in place at NSA to rat on ourselves when we dont get it right and to fix it when we dont get it right, a senior intelligence official told reporters Wednesday.”
Interesting choice of words.
Is there any one on the panel that is not an extreme left wing ideologue?
LOL Cass Sunstein, the husband of Samantha Power.
Yeah that’s an outsider./s
"The ones who helped will be rewarded"
So, nothing will be found.
White House Picks Panel to Pick Obummer`s Nose
“...Joining Morell on the panel will be former White House officials Richard Clarke, Cass Sunstein and Peter Swire.....”
This set of communists would have made Stalin proud.
Sorry, don’t like it. Didn’t like MJ snubbing GHW Bush, and I don’t like this. I don’t respect the man but I do respect the office. Go, smile and show you have more class than Pres. Obama and his followers.
WTF? No problem, I will investicagate myself.
Nut-job Conspiracy Theory Ping!
To get onto The Nut-job Conspiracy Theory Ping List you must threaten to report me to the Mods if I dont add you to the list...
H/T Black Angus...
At least Sellers would have eventually stumbled onto the truth of the matter....no such luck with this group
Obama Appointee Sunstein Favors Infiltrating Online GroupsI guess the theory that the government is trying to sabotage the discussion is one of those "conspiracy theories" that "have turned out to be true".
"President Barack Obama's appointee to head the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs advocated in a recent paper the 'cognitive infiltration' of groups that advocate 'conspiracy theories' like the ones surrounding 9/11 via 'chat rooms, online social networks, or even real-space groups and attempt to undermine' those groups. Sunstein admits that 'some conspiracy theories, under our definition, have turned out to be true' Sunstein has also recently advocated banning websites which post 'right-wing rumors' and bringing back the Fairness Doctrine.