Monday, February 13, 2006

Casualties of the War on Sanity

Snapshots of officials within the Bush Administration who at various times have stood up to the president and vice president as advocates for truth, reason, competence, the public interest, and the rule of law.

And who've mostly resigned or been fired since.

Third in a series that began with Richard Clarke and Paul O'Neill, and continued with Sibel Edmonds and John J. DiIulio.

This one leads off with Jack Goldsmith and James Comey, whose struggles against the NSA domestic spying initiative and the president's torture authority were recounted in a recent issue of Newsweek.

1 comment:

Deirdre said...

This is a real find. thanks.