Rep. Mike Rogers

Benghazi Report: An Ongoing Intelligence Failure

Stephen F. Hayes & Thomas Joscelyn, Weekly Standard

Defenders of the Administration have suggested that the intelligence comm.’s report makes the work of the select comm. unnecessary, but a senior GOP leadership aide said: “Mike Rogers proved today why we needed a special comm.”

GOP Leaders Are Lying About Not Planning To Pass Amnesty

Please  allow us to connect the dots and make the case that Speaker Boehner, Majority Leader Eric Cantor and GOP Whip Kevin McCarthy are just plain lying when they or their spokesmen say there’s no plan to move an amnesty bill in the House this year.

Boehner Ally Rep. Rogers to Retire

John Bresnahan and Jake Sherman, Politico

Michigan Rep. Mike Rogers is not seeking re-election to Congress, ending a 14-year career in DC. Rogers is chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and an ally of John Boehner. He'll join Cumulus, the talk radio company.

Congressional Republicans Need to Understand the Politics of Privacy

It’s time to ask tough questions about the National Security Agency’s surveillance activities. The problem is that too many Republican members of Congress, who should have the constitutional rights and liberty of their fellow Americans upper most in their minds, have become complicit in the advancement of the surveillance state.