Trump should follow the example set by Gen. George C. Marshall in using American military power prudently, not aggressively.
Awesome! After the long hiatus post John McLauglin’s passing away, The McLaughlin Group is Back.
Leaking the law from February 2017
In light of President Trump’s recent attacks on leakers, we’ve provided an examination of what the nature of leak investigations and enforcement means for executive information control.
Source: The Law of Leaks
Leak on plugging leaks on leaks on leaks!
An overseas trip to contact a former British spy exposes friction among House, Senate investigations and special counsel Robert Mueller.
He has a point. Save leaking for important stuff.
I get it. You don’t like the President. I don’t either, so I understand. But you, whoever you are, are doing as much damage, if not more, to the United States than he ever will. Really. You don’t defend norms by breaking them. Period. Full stop.
Source: Stop Leaking. Just Stop!
Are they all automatically illegal or constitutionally protected activities? How about public dumps vs private leaks? #1, #2 or both? And when attacked, where is the proper venue for seeking relief? LOL
The attorney general vowed to bring criminal charges against those found to have given classified information to the news media.
Finding more podcasts to fill the void left by John McLaughlin’s sad departure. This one is called BombShell or BombsHell … works either way with the site’s theme and branding. The latest one has Lawfare’s Susan Hennessey who just returned from Tennessee … kidding Italy.