The Congressional priority of sinking Wikileaks by David N. Bossie:
Because of the recent media frenzy over the WikiLeaks debacle, Americans may have assumed that one of the  websites Mr. Holder had seized was Wikileaks.org. Sadly, this wasn’t the case. As of this moment, WikiLeaks is still alive and well and wreaking havoc on U.S. national security and our credibility around the world. The attorney general instead was focused on intellectual property crimes. The ongoing WikiLeaks disaster has not been a priority for the Obama administration.
In July, the Justice Department announced it was assisting the Defense Department in their WikiLeaks investigation. At the same time, President Obama made his first comments about WikiLeaks and didn’t appear overly worried about the danger we were facing: “While I’m concerned about the disclosure of sensitive information from the battlefield that could potentially jeopardize individuals or operations, the fact is, these documents don’t reveal any issues that haven’t already informed our public debate on Afghanistan. Indeed, they point to the same challenges that led me to conduct an extensive review of our policy last fall…” Unfortunately, the president was missing the point. Did he even consider the possibility of future and far more damaging document leaks?
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