CIA Director Porter Goss seems to be taking political action at the Central Intelligence Agency, though there's a debate about how much. One report has him getting rid of people who are not aligned with George W. Bush to stop the leaks that have angered Bush -- believable. Another has him issuing a memo that the CIA will support Bush administration policies, but not others, though he denies this. Yet another -- undisputed -- has him installing former Hill operatives as his lieutenants who are known for their abrasive style. They have confronted some senior CIA types bringing about resignations. Here are some links to stories: (Just discovered that my broadband is down likely due to storms in the area, so I can't retrieve the links, now, and don't know if I'll be able to get this posted with a dial-up service in the interim).