CIA story not untold

Syndicated columnist Mona Charen does a good job this morning of summarizing the CIA's internal war against the President. She notes Powerline's John Hinderaker who wrote in The Weekly Standard that the CIA's campaign was,

"one of the great untold stories of the past three years." 

With all due respect to Mr. Hinderaker, this is a strange statement.  All one would have to do is browse the AT website for the many articles addressing this subject going back for nearly two years.  Or, if more information is needed, read Bush vs. the Beltway: How the CIA and the State Department Tried to Stop the War on Terror  by Laurie Mylroie, which was first published in 2003.  The story has certainly been ignored, but not untold.

Douglas Hanson   12 02 05

Syndicated columnist Mona Charen does a good job this morning of summarizing the CIA's internal war against the President. She notes Powerline's John Hinderaker who wrote in The Weekly Standard that the CIA's campaign was,

"one of the great untold stories of the past three years." 

With all due respect to Mr. Hinderaker, this is a strange statement.  All one would have to do is browse the AT website for the many articles addressing this subject going back for nearly two years.  Or, if more information is needed, read Bush vs. the Beltway: How the CIA and the State Department Tried to Stop the War on Terror  by Laurie Mylroie, which was first published in 2003.  The story has certainly been ignored, but not untold.

Douglas Hanson   12 02 05