Should We Depend on Intelligence Oversight?

February 1, 2014– President Barack Obama and his intelligence chieftains, from Director James Clapper on down, tirelessly repeat that citizens should trust their claims that NSA eavesdropping and other controversial spy programs are perfectly acceptable because these are monitored by oversight committees of the Congress. I’ve commented in several places about the inadequacy of the congressional oversight–and the misleading administration claims regarding it. Today I extend my previous comments with a more extensive analysis, ranging back over the history of intelligence oversight, which is posted in the “Downloadable” section of this website. Take a look!

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