Obama executive order requires federal government employees to learn to spy on co-workers, to prevent more WikiLeaks-type disclosuresThe Daily Mail
Jul. 11, 2013
Feminists Say It's 'Racist And Sexist' for Italians to Have Italian Babies
Here's A List Of Lester Holt's Incredibly Biased Questions
Online Polls Show Donald Trump Won First Presidential Debate
WATCH: Did Hillary Clinton Have a 'Seizure' During Last Night's Debate?
Germany: Refugees Brag 'Africans Control The German Girls... We Are The Kings!'
The familiar command 'If you see something, say something' has been moved into the federal government's workplaces, according to a new report.
The government's Insider Threat Program, a comprehensive initiative that stretches across 5 million security-cleared employees of all federal agencies and their contractors, was brought to life following an executive order from President Obama in 2011. He issued the directive after Army Private Bradley Manning sent untold numbers of classified documents to the anti-secrecy WikiLeaks website.