"That's just ridiculous," the cybersecurity expert said. "The Russians know what they did. There's no reason why the American people can't know."
Richard Clarke's observations on Iraq are chilling, given that Republicans are trying to do the same thing at home.
"It’s clear that things that the Bush administration did — in my mind, at least, it’s clear that some of the things they did were war crimes." -- Richard Clarke
Fox News on Tuesday advised viewers to revert to vehicles from the 1960s or even a "horse and buggy" because Al-Qaeda terrorists could take over the computer in their car and make it crash.
While the press wants to take the easy pathway and point to al-Qaeda as the culprit behind the Tsarnaev brothers' Boston Marathon attack, there may be a more disturbing and complex reason.
Well, now! I hope someone brings this to the attention of the Justice Department (I know, I know, only kidding!). No, I hope someone files a RICO case against the Chamber of Commerce: Earlier this month, Richard Clarke, who served for both
A 2007 re-dub from Nick Park's "Creature Comforts" series, featuring George W. Bush as a house fly. Also appearing are Britney Spears, Tony Blair
This really was a close call and even though I can't stand the thought of any more seemingly pointless anti-terror flying rules, I suppose it's inev
From The Daily Show: Jon Stewart takes Cheney to task for throwing Richard Clarke under the bus.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney responded to an op-ed by former National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism Richard Clarke during questio
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