Obama DOJ again refuses to tell a court whether CIA drone program even existsAs the nation spent the week debating the CIA assassination program, Obama lawyers exploit secrecy to shield it from all review
Feb. 15, 2013
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8.Watch Anti-Trump Protesters Act Embarrassingly Ignorant
It is not news that the US government systematically abuses its secrecy powers to shield its actions from public scrutiny, democratic accountability, and judicial review. But sometimes that abuse is so extreme, so glaring, that it is worth taking note of, as it reveals its purported concern over national security to be a complete sham.