Michael Hayden

Michael Hayden Thinks Lady Feelings Overwhelm Dianne Feinstein On Torture
On Fox News Sunday, former head of the CIA, Michael Hayden, claimed that a statement made by Senator Diane Feinstein on the CIA's torture program made her "too emotionally unstable" to render an objective decision.
Michael Hayden Thinks Lady Feelings Overwhelm Dianne Feinstein On Torture
On Fox News Sunday, former head of the CIA, Michael Hayden, claimed that a statement made by Senator Diane Feinstein on the CIA's torture program made her "too emotionally unstable" to render an objective decision. Read more...
Would We Be Under Dragnet If NSA Had To Admit It Could Have Prevented 9/11?
Had we known of the errors and territorialism that permitted 9/11, would we have agreed to any of this? Read more...
Ex-NSA Chief Michael Hayden Overheard Trashing Admin On Amtrak
You'd think the former head of a spy agency would know to be circumspect in public, but you would be very wrong. Read more...
Former NSA chief Michael Hayden, who now works for a major security contractor, is just thrilled at the thought of crushing what's left of the Fourth Amendment. Read more...

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While Fox News seems ready to dispense with any further investigation into the Benghazi attacks and go right to impeachment, apparently Michael Hayden, former CIA Director under George W. Bush, didn’t get the memo. When he appeared on Fox & Read more...
A new report contradicts the official claim that only three detainees were waterboarded by the CIA. By Cora Currier, ProPublica For many years, Bush administration officials have said that the CIA waterboarded only three terror Read more...
The Love We Make -- Premiering this weekend on Showtime We all have our own personal stories on 9/11: where we were, what we saw, who we lost. The thing is, I don't know if I necessarily feel like sharing them, just because it's been ten Read more...
The man who headed the NSA and CIA under President George W. Bush suggested Friday that mercenaries were needed to deal with growing cyber threats. Gen. Michael Hayden told the Aspen Security Forum that in the near future, the Department of Read more...