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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Stephen Jin-Woo Kim
President Obama, who vowed to have a transparent presidency in dealing with the media, seems to have gone to war with journalists and government officials who leak information to reporters.
A few weeks ago, President Obama advised graduates at Ohio State University that they need not listen to voices warning about tyranny around the corner, because we have self-government in America.
Former National Security Agency whistleblower Thomas A. Drake says continuing mismanagement and malfeasance have turned the nation's premier electronic spy agency into "the Enron of the U.S. intelligence community."
Mr. Kim is an expert in arms control and national defense whose attorneys have stated that his job was to explain byzantine government behavior so we all can understand it.
Mr. Kim vigorously denies — that is Mr. Kim's crime, not Mr. Rosen's.