The FBI Should Go Back to the Basics
The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing. Any reader of the Stephen Covey bestseller The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People knows that, but the lesson appears to have been lost on our Federal Bureau of Investigation.
It would be bad enough if the U.S. government couldn’t protect some of its most sensitive assessments of Russia’s military, Egypt’s diplomacy, and South Korean politics from public disclosure.
But it is particularly troubling that the same government that can’t keep American state secrets off of social media is devoting itself to far less pressing endeavors.