Apologies seem to be a conservative specialty. And forgiveness has become the liberal lap dance to power.
The former ambassador says Chuck Hagel apologized to him recently.
He’s an establishment figure and a member of Chevron’s board of directors.
It promises more nuclear saber-rattling, and an escalation of tensions with China.
Between NorthCom and the U.S. Cyber Command, the Posse Comitatus Act has lost almost all its meaning.
This new intelligence gathering operation is set to begin on July 15, unless there’s enough public outcry.
“There’s just no reason for them to be doing that,” says Paul Prebys, one of the founders of Alaskans for Peace & Justice. “It’s an incredible invasion of my privacy.”
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The Pentagon wants the Secretary of the Defense and the President to be able to call up the Reserves in times of disaster or vaguely defined emergency.