Government secrecy in pursuit of partisan advantage: The FBI asked to look at library records.
Corallo said that in Ashcroft's September memo saying the provision had never been used, the attorney general was "not only . . . being technically accurate. He was being completely accurate."
It's nice to know that they see the distinction. Milbank's old article on the obnoxious administration habit. The classification apparatus was not set up to protect politicians.