Petraeus Would Have to Notify His Probation Officer


Number of days David Petraeus will have to notify his probation officer, if he is picked as the next Secretary of State, The Hill reports. From his court judgment after being sentenced to two years: “The defendant shall not leave the Western District of North Carolina without the permission of the Court or probation officer. Travel allowed for work as approved by U.S. probation office.”

Petraeus Is Paid $2,250 Per Hour to Teach a College Course


Amount former CIA Director David Petraeus will be paid a year by the City University of New York to teach course that takes him about three hours of work while aided by a group of graduate students to conduct “course research, administration, and grading,” according to documents obtained by Gawker. “That works out to approximately $2,250 per hour. CUNY adjuncts usually earn less than $3,000 per course.”

Caught on Tape: Murdoch, Ailes Acted as Recruiters for GOP, Sent Fox News Operative to Invite Petraeus to Run for President

The release of a secretly recorded conversation between Gen. David Petraeus and a Fox News operative has erased all plausible deniability about the fact that Fox News is nothing other than a media and communications vehicle for the Republican Party. In the recording, which was apparently made by Petraeus, Kathleen T. McFarland, a Fox News “security analyst,” is heard asking Petraeus to run for president, an invitation she says she is delivering on behalf Roger Ailes, head of Fox News, and Rupert Murdoch, owner of the Newscorp, the parent company of Fox. The recording was made in Afghanistan in the spring of 2011 a few weeks before Pres. Obama appointed Petreaus as head of the CIA — and more than a year before Petreaus resigned from the CIA in disgrace after revealing he was engaged in an ongoing affair with one of his fans.