This Week in National Insecurity: 9/11 Remembrance Edition
Life goes on. So does the national security establishment.
First, the non-anniversary-related intel:
- The Pentagon's spokesman, who spent the past four years talking up the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya, takes a new job: Now he's BP's PR man.
- NATO declares "Mission Accomplished" in Libya, kinda sorta.
- Congress' Commission on Wartime Contracting releases its final report, from which we assemble a greatest-hits list of top ten all-time worst war contractor boondoggles. If you can stomach roads that cost $2 billion a mile, oranges flying first-class, and crateloads of KBR, read on.
- A universal logo for human rights sounds great...too bad it's being plugged by a PR firm that repped the Libyan and Syrian regimes.
There's much that's related to 9/11, though, that's also worth knowing: