Investigations To Nowhere

York, Byron
July 2006
National Review;7/17/2006, Vol. 58 Issue 13, p20
This article examines the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee. The author criticizes the Intelligence Committee for their failings with Iraqi intelligence reports and intelligence related to Al Qaeda. Democratic Party members on the Intelligence Committee are especially criticized by the author, especially New York Senator Hillary Clinton.


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