Transparency is Right

Friday, September 24, 2004

This summer, 9/11 Commission Chairman Thomas Kean noted that three-quarters of the classified material he reviewed during the investigation shouldn't have been classified in the first place. Since then, we've heard a new round of calls for revising federal guidelines on secrecy, and not just from the usual suspects. Heritage Foundation staffer Mark Tapscott is among the conservatives calling for more transparency. He makes his case for Brooke.

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