Wednesday, May 6, 2009

I do recommend the books and reports from CQ. This is a message I receive in my e-mail so this is an opportunity to quote and suggest it.

Ary Dib Dias

"Dear Colleague,

In response to a CQ Homeland Security story, Rep. Jane Harman has mounted a furious campaign to counter reports that the NSA or FBI recorded a telephone conversation of her agreement to a quid pro quo with a suspected Israeli agent.

Harman has taken to the airwaves, demanding the release of any transcripts, and is working to shift attention to questions about the propriety of executive branch surveillance of lawmakers.

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