The story continues to change
He awoke a sleeping giant.
Immunity for $500, Alex
North Korea’s dictator indicates where his rocket exploded.
Votes don’t always follow issues
“I think it’s really a sad thing he was treated so badly.”
Need to know.
This is not a privacy issue
“The presidential stakes are too high for Mr. Trump to let his family business become a daily political target.”
“The two most active and powerful members of the enemy alliance are Russia and Iran.”
“[E]verybody that had experience was a never-Trumper.”
… unless you’re inviting foreign diplomats to your yoga class
“If we see an email that says ‘I know that’s classified but send it anyway,’ that would be the kind of smoking gun.”
“Do you think that you’re treated differently in this race because you’re a woman?”
“This would be an intelligent operative’s wet dream…”
You don’t say
The CIA declined to comment.
The antidote to drift and decline.
Brava! Author! Author!
Secrets and wonders
Down the hatch.
IG: “We are very concerned that the agency’s systems will not be protected against another attack.”
“I think Sen. Rubio’s campaign is very, very dismayed that conservatives [are] coming together behind our campaign…”
Clinton leads by 25, but ….
Kerry: Governors are going off half-cocked.
“Weakening our intelligence-gathering capabilities leaves America vulnerable.”
“It’s not like we can’t exert pressure on these guys, but we act like we’re totally impotent.”
“Party officials most of all want a winner, and are open to a Biden bid.”
Too good to check … almost literally.
“I have learned the right to freely express oneself is sacred in America.”