These articles describe my law suit against the CIA.
You might be wondering why it is taking so long for my new book to come out.
It has been finished for quite sometime, but there has been delay, upon delay from the government in gaining approval for the manuscript. Encountering constant delays and road blocks during the review process, my book has been in a holding pattern, waiting for publication for more than a year.
So, yes I am one of five former federal employees that filed a lawsuit against several agencies Today, that asserts that the government’s pre-review process for publication is an unconstitutional “system of censorship.”
Please click through to these articles to read further and stay tuned for more updates.
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A Costly and Prolonged Cold War Now Seems a Certainty
No one knows how the war in Ukraine will end, but there is one post-war certainty: there will be a prolonged and costly Cold War between the United States and Russia. In an interview with David Ignatius of the Washington Post, who has been doing the bidding of the Pentagon and the Central Intelligence Agency for several decades, Secretary of State Antony Blinken emphasized the importance of a “long-term goal of deterrence.” Ignatius took this to mean that the Biden administration will make sure that Russia “should not be able to rest, regroup and reattack.”
Commentary: This former CIA analyst has something to say about the classified documents crisis — and it’s likely not what you think
The former involved Trump’s intentionally keeping large amounts of classified material at Mar-a-Lago; the latter led to small amounts of intelligence at Biden’s former office and his home, as well as in Pence’s home. Since I held high-level security clearances for more than four decades while in the Army, Central Intelligence Agency, Department of State and Department of Defense, I have something to offer on the issue of secrets and secrecy.