Tom Joscelyn writes:
My latest in the Weekly Standard deals with Osama bin Laden’s files. The Obama administration, despite its supposed commitment to transparency, has released just 17 files and a handful of video clips from a corpus totaling “hundreds of thousands of documents and files.” Tom Donilon, Obama’s national security adviser, has said that the documents and files would fill a “small college library.”
There are compelling reasons to think that the administration has politicized the documents’ contents and this has a direct bearing on the course of America’s counterterrorism strategy.
Read Tom’s article at the link above or here.