Senate Select Committee on Intelligence: Committee Study of

Your relationship with government is simple: government knows everything about you, and you know nothing about government. In practice this means government can do whatever it wants to you before you know it's going to happen. Government policy makers think this is a good way of ensuring citizen compliance. Thus, all of these investigations are retrospective -- they look back at the squirrely shit that government has pulled, and occasionally wring their hands about trying to avoid it happening in the future. Not inspiring reading, but necessary if you are to face the cold reality that Big Brother is more than watching.

Senate Select Committee on Intelligence: Committee Study of

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Senate Select Committee on Intelligence: Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency's Detention and Interrogation Program
December 13, 2012


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