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Postal Secrets: The Mail Opening Programs of the CIA and FBI By Church Committee
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The Church Committee inquired into the question of why the Federal Government opened the mail of American citizens for over two decades, a policy fundamentally at odds with freedom of expression and... More > contrary to the laws of the land. The committee first reviewed in public some details of the CIA mail openings while considering the Huston Plan (see: White House Horrors). One provision of that plan was a recommendation to institute a mail opening program, although, ironically, intelligence officers were already busily unsealing envelopes in various parts of the country and had been doing so for years. As a case study, mail opening provides the most revealing look at the inner life of the CIA and the FBI. In the instance of the CIA, the evidence suggests their mail program was allowed to continue despite the harshest criticism of it from investigators within the CIA Inspector General's Office, and despite the fact that it was not very productive in terms of intelligence information.< Less
Postal Secrets: The Mail Opening Programs of the CIA and FBI By Church Committee
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The Church Committee inquired into the question of why the Federal Government opened the mail of American citizens for over two decades, a policy fundamentally at odds with freedom of expression and... More > contrary to the laws of the land. The committee first reviewed in public some details of the CIA mail openings while considering the Huston Plan (see: White House Horrors). One provision of that plan was a recommendation to institute a mail opening program, although, ironically, intelligence officers were already busily unsealing envelopes in various parts of the country and had been doing so for years. As a case study, mail opening provides the most revealing look at the inner life of the CIA and the FBI. In the instance of the CIA, the evidence suggests their mail program was allowed to continue despite the harshest criticism of it from investigators within the CIA Inspector General's Office, and despite the fact that it was not very productive in terms of intelligence information.< Less
Domestic Spying: The Secret History of the NSA By Church Committee
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The committee staff conducted an intensive 5-month investigation of the NSA in light of the Agency's tremendous potential for abuse. The NSA has the capacity to monitor the private communications of... More > American citizens without the use of a "bug" or "tap." The interception of international communications signals sent through the air is the job of the NSA. The danger lies in the ability of the NSA to turn its awesome technology against domestic communications. A previous administration was found by the committee to favor using this potential against certain U.S. citizens for domestic intelligence purposes. Like the CIA and the IRS, the NSA also had a "watch list" containing the names of U.S. citizens. The dominant concern of the committee was the intrusion by the Federal Government into the inalienable rights guaranteed Americans by the Constitution. The NSA did not escape the temptation to have its operation expanded into provinces protected by the law.< Less
Domestic Spying: The Secret History of the NSA By Church Committee
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The committee staff conducted an intensive 5-month investigation of the NSA in light of the Agency's tremendous potential for abuse. The NSA has the capacity to monitor the private communications of... More > American citizens without the use of a "bug" or "tap." The interception of international communications signals sent through the air is the job of the NSA. The danger lies in the ability of the NSA to turn its awesome technology against domestic communications. A previous administration was found by the committee to favor using this potential against certain U.S. citizens for domestic intelligence purposes. Like the CIA and the IRS, the NSA also had a "watch list" containing the names of U.S. citizens. The dominant concern of the committee was the intrusion by the Federal Government into the inalienable rights guaranteed Americans by the Constitution. The NSA did not escape the temptation to have its operation expanded into provinces protected by the law.< Less
Foreign and Military Intelligence: The Secret History of the CIA and Covert Action By Church Committee
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Recent Presidents have justified secrecy on the basis of "national security." The Bay of Pigs fiasco, the secret war in Laos, the secret bombing of Cambodia, the anti-Allende activities in... More > Chile, the Watergate affair, were all instances of the use of power cloaked in secrecy which, when revealed, provoked widespread popular disapproval. The Church Committee emerged out of allegations of abuse and improper activities by the intelligence agencies of the United States. This first book of their report provides details on the intelligence agencies of the U.S., particularly the CIA and their covert action programs. The Committee's investigation documented a number of actions committed in the name of "national security" that were inconsistent with declared policy and the law. Hearings were held and the committee issued reports on alleged assassination plots, covert action in Chile and the interception of domestic communications by the National Security Agency (NSA).< Less
Foreign and Military Intelligence: The Secret History of the CIA and Covert Action By Church Committee
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Recent Presidents have justified secrecy on the basis of "national security." The Bay of Pigs fiasco, the secret war in Laos, the secret bombing of Cambodia, the anti-Allende activities in... More > Chile, the Watergate affair, were all instances of the use of power cloaked in secrecy which, when revealed, provoked widespread popular disapproval. The Church Committee emerged out of allegations of abuse and improper activities by the intelligence agencies of the United States. This first book of their report provides details on the intelligence agencies of the U.S., particularly the CIA and their covert action programs. The Committee's investigation documented a number of actions committed in the name of "national security" that were inconsistent with declared policy and the law. Hearings were held and the committee issued reports on alleged assassination plots, covert action in Chile and the interception of domestic communications by the National Security Agency (NSA).< Less
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Making Life Work By United Church of God
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You probably already own the best self-help book ever published—the Bible. It's filled with practical guidance on how to make your life work! Inside this booklet: - How Can We Make Life... More > Work? - Marriage: Foundation of the Family - Child Rearing: Building the Right Foundation - Finding the Path to a Happy Family - The Importance of Right Friendships - Finding Success in Your Job and Career - Financial Security and Peace of Mind - A Source of Timeless Financial Advice - Keys to a Long, Healthy Life - Does Life Have Greater Meaning and Purpose?< Less
The Holy Spirit and the Cross, the Church, and the Coming Again of the Lord Jesus By Theodore Austin-Sparks
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The Theme is "The Holy Spirit and the Cross, the Church, and the Coming Again of the Lord." As to the first part, the Holy Spirit and the Cross ... the securing of God's rights in the... More > universe for Him. God, as the Supreme and Sole Object of all worship or worth-ship; the breaking in before this world was created of another will and thought, to divide that worship, to rob God of it, a disputing of God's sole right in the universe; an uprising to ascend into the heavens above the clouds to be equal with the Most High on the part of one, Lucifer; bringing about his downfall and the casting out of heaven of a company of "angels which kept not, their first estate," ... the reappearing of that one upon this earth, and assailing the citadel of God in the soul of man, dividing the rights of God, the worship of God, and securing recognition, acknowledgment, obedience, thus worship. Then ... the two Gods, the true God and the god of this world ... the two worships; the worship of God and the worship of this other ...< Less
Winston S. Churchill: The Watchman By Herbert W. Armstrong & Philadelphia Church of God
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There has probably never been a greater political watchman than Winston Churchill. His foresight saved the Western world from demise in World War II. Yet today, the West scorns his message. The... More > biggest tragedy of World War II is that we didn’t learn from that shameful and near-fatal disaster. In this booklet: • Winston S. Churchill: The Watchman • Learning From History • Preparing for War • Illusion of Security • Winston S. Churchill: The Leader • A Final Warning< Less

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