House Permanent Select Committee & Mike Rogers

The United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence is a committee of the United States House of Representatives, currently chaired by Mike Rogers. Michael J. Mike Rogers (born June 2, 1963) is the U.S. Representative for , serving since 2001. He is a member of the Republican Party and Chairman of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. 3.7/5

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Robert Siegel speaks with Mike J. Rogers, outgoing chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
Re: Jane Harman. ... appears to me to be called: "United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence",w/Mike Rogers
Join Us In Sending Mike Rogers a Message: "Do Your Job Or Get Lost!" To follow Mike Rogers’ actions on Benghazi, one would think he is about to jump ship and go to work for the Obama administration. Send a message to Mike Rogers today to either, "Get to the truth about Benghazi or get out of the way." At Special Operations Speaks, we’re puzzled. Rogers is a Republican congressman from Michigan and chairman of the HPSCI, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. As such, he leads one of the key committees charged with getting to the bottom of what happened at our “Special Mission Compound “ in Benghazi. His job is not to carry the party’s water on this but to uncover the truth that is hiding beneath the lies and the coverup that followed the national tragedy that occurred in Benghazi. It took Rogers 14 months after the attack to even get witnesses to appear before his committee. He seems to think the FBI has sufficiently investigated this, even though it can’t come up with the simp ...
Politiconomy: House Intelligence Chairman: Snowden Had Help - Mike Rogers (Rep.-Mich.), Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, thinks that Edward Snowden had help when he downloaded as many as 200,000 classified NSA documents and fled to Hong Kong. "We know he did some things capability-wise that was beyond his capabilities. Which means he used someone else's help to try and steal things from the United States," Rogers, who receives regular br...
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