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Michael Scheuer

Normally, I like a hanging judge, and I am certainly a big fan of Michael Mukasey, the esteemed former federal judge and attorney general. He...

 From 2002-05, Mark M. Lowenthal was an assistant director of the CIA and vice chairman of the National Intelligence Council. He has written one of...

In today's New York Times, Michiko Kakutani gives a mixed review to Fareed Zakaria's latest book, The Post-American World.  She faults it for, among others things,...

The terrorists who carried out the 9/11 attack are a frightening bunch of ruthless murderers. But let's not forget that they are also human beings, some...

Yesterday I wrote about Thomas P. M. Barnett, the author of the Esquire profile of Admiral Willam Fallon, head of Centcom, who resigned following the...

Gabriel Schoenfeld has done a masterly job of dissecting the bizarre world view of retired CIA officer Michael Scheuer. But today Scheuer has actually written...

The CIA and U.S. intelligence have gotten a lot of things wrong in recent years, at great cost to our national well-being. A significant part...

I’m not making this up: Book Signing - 22 Feb. Author Michael Scheuer will present his new book "Marching through Hell: America and Islam After Iraq" in...

We’ve been taking down the intelligence community a lot here at Connecting the Dots, and for good reason. The CIA’s failures in the run-up to...

Over the past few months, I’ve written a few posts that raised questions about the arrangement of the marbles inside the brain of Michael Scheuer,...

Michael Scheuer, the former head of the Osama bin Laden desk and now a leading media “expert” on counterterrorism, has two faces. When he is talking to or...

Today's Washington Post reports on the intelligence challenged posed by virtual worlds like Second Life, in which millions of participants use "avatars," computer-generated personae, to...