The Espionage Act, enacted back in 1917 to punish those who gave aid to our enemies, was used three times in all the prior administrations to bring cases against government officials accused of providing classified information to the media. It has been used six times since the current president took office." - David Carr, for the New York Times. See full article immediately below.
The New York Times - Blurred Line Between Espionage and Truth
TSA & Travel Freedom:
ProPublica - New Report Likely to Fuel Debate Over TSA Scanners
Los Angeles Times - Afghan attacks over Koran burning renew debate on U.S. drawdown
Christian Science Monitor - NATO pulls out of Afghan ministries. What's the impact?
The New York Times - Iran Calls Nuclear Arms Production a 'Great Sin'
Washington Times – Fixing the Federal Reserve
Obamacare & Healthcare:
The Washington Free Beacon - Trashing Tricare: Obama to cut healthcare benefits for active duty and retired US military
Washington Post – Obamacare a ‘Bad Thing,’ Say Most Voters
National Review – Obamacare’s Bipartisan Critics
Politico – Birth Control Controversies Multiply