Archive | May 8, 2006

Arms-Length Whoring?

OK, maybe I was wrong in the prior blog about Bush’s new CIA nominee, Michael Hayden, not being linked to the poker-and-poking scandal at the Watergate. TalkingPointsMemo muckraker project reports that “While director of the National Security Agency, Gen. Michael V. Hayden contracted the services of a top executive at the company at the center […]

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Perjury as a Job Qualification for Bush Administration

Michael Hayden, the former chief of the National Security Agency, was nominated today by President Bush to be the new chief of the CIA. Thus far, there have been no reports linking Hayden to hookers & poker games at the Watergate. While serving as NSA chief, Hayden deceived Congress in October 17, 2002 testimony regarding […]

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Kansas State Radio Interview Now Online

Richard Baker, a Kansas State University professor and news director of the K-State Radio Network, recently interviewed me regarding my book, Terrorism & Tyranny.   It is a zesty back-and-forth  which has already generated at least one heated protest out in the heartland. (For the record, I never said Karl Rove caused Hurricane Katrina). The MP3 of the […]

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