Thursday, April 27, 2006

Political Correctness


The CIA has imposed new and tighter restrictions on the books, articles, and opinion pieces published by former employees who are still contractors with the intelligence agency. According to several former CIA officials affected by the new policy, the rules are intended to suppress criticism of the Bush administration and of the CIA. The officials say the restrictions amount to an unprecedented political "appropriateness" test at odds with earlier CIA policies on outside publishing.


At 7:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good thing I wrote this a while back after former CIA Director George Tenet was named as a professor at Georgetown:

"I wonder what he's professing to know this time around."

It might not make it past the censors/reviewers...


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