McAdams: Lawmakers could make history by using the Speech or Debate Clause

September 9, 2013 by History in a Hurry

Somebody could make history — and maybe even set off a juggernaut of Constitutional government and the rule of law that would steamroll the Establishment politicians and their toadies, handlers and apparatchiks.


Should Administration’s Syria Lies be Revealed to Us?

Written by Daniel McAdams

sunday september 8, 2013

Two very commendable Members of the House of Representatives over the past week have each made some reference to White House manipulation of intelligence in the classified briefings they are feverishly providing to Members of Congress in an effort to peel off enough of the camp opposed to a US attack on Syria.

Rep. Alan Grayson said in an interview this past week that the intelligence being provided to Members in classified briefings was manipulated and devoid of evidence. Grayson declined to provide examples, explaining that he was constrained from discussing the classified information in the briefings.

Similarly, Rep. Justin Amash Tweeted the other day that “If Americans could read classified docs, they’d be even more against Syria action.”

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