Here are seven premises that have allowed a secret intelligence community costing the US taxpayer as much as $100 billion dollars a year to exist without being held accountable for systemic and specific failures.
For six weeks in early 2012 I ran for the office of President of the
United States of America. I was accepted by the Reform Party, created We the
People Reform Coalition, and wrote letters to every single candidate
for President. This is my report.
The NSA mega-data center, the CIA relationship with
Google, and the federalization of local police suggest that the government
of the United States of America is no longer in
friendly hands. As an intelligence officer, retired Marine, and patriot, I am deeply offended, personally threatened, and alarmed.