I admire President Bush's effort in the fight against terror, but his energy policy goes against what he is trying to accomplish in that warHot Buttons: Talk show topics Sep 13, 2002
I have not been pleased with the president's energy policy, to put it mildlyUPI's Capital Comment for Sept. 12, 2002 Sep 12, 2002
The War on Terror: Why We are In it and How We Should Fight IWashington Agenda-General Apr 18, 2002
The bottom line is that we'll be dependent on the Middle East as long as we are dependent on oilUPI's Capital Comment for April 17, 2002 Apr 17, 2002
Was shut down last fall by a drunk who shot one bullet, it has been sabotaged and incompetently bombed twice, and these people are children compared with the sophistication of people who attacked us Sept. 11UPI's Capital Comment for April 17, 2002 Apr 17, 2002
Robert James Woolsey Jr. (born September 21, 1941) is a foreign policy specialist and former Director of Central Intelligence and head of the Central Intelligence Agency (February 5, 1993 - January 10, 1995).
Woolsey was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he graduated from Tulsa Central High School. In 1963 he received his BA from Stanford University (Phi Beta Kappa), and in 1965 his MA from Oxford University — where he was a Rhodes Scholar — and an LLB from Yale Law School in 1968.
Woolsey was founder and president of Yale Citizens for Eugene McCarthy for President from 1967 to 1968. He was prominently active in the anti-Vietnam War movement.