How much do we know about this separate domain of privately funded congressional foreign travel? Has reliance on private sources become more or less common over time? Which members of Congress have participated? Where did they go? And who paid for it?
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Steve Bannon isn’t an arch-villain. And he’s not the guy who’s going to destroy American democracy. Instead, as I’ll explain, he’s just an internet troll.
While there is a growing consensus among certain segments of the population that the Trump travel ban is counterproductive and un-American, the nation as a whole remains deeply divided on the question of its merits.
An overview of the Strengthening Oversight of National Security Act of 2017.
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Separate from the concerns that some have expressed regarding Bannon’s ideology or his qualifications to serve in his new role, the decision to install the White House’s chief political strategist as a key decision maker within the NSC policy process is an ill-conceived decision that threatens to politicize the NSC policy-making process from top to bottom.
A brief overview of each President’s NSC and NSC subgroups to show the ever-evolving nature of the National Security Council, and an examination of how unprecedented Bannon’s formal role actually will be.
Those who advocate strong national security measures have a special duty to distinguish between tools that are necessary to the security of the country and policies that seem to be ideologically-driven impositions on the lives of the innocent.
The Manning commutation was a mistake. It sends the wrong signal and excuses behavior we want to deter ....
By the time you read this, a firestorm may—or may not—be breaking out over President Obama’s decision to commute Chelsea Manning’s sentence.
This morning, NBC News reported that Chelsea Manning is on the short list for a possible commutation from President Obama. Back in September—with much attention focused on a Pardon Snowden campaign—we advocated he consider commuting Manning’s sentence. At the time, we wrote: