1. SECRETS ARE NO FUN

    Navy SEAL Had ‘Bad Blood’

    What does it take to break a code of silence? Just some “bad blood,” according to an e-book written by former Special Ops soldiers. The e-book, No Easy Op, says that Matt Bissonnette—the former Navy SEAL who wrote No Easy Day, the book about the Osama bin Laden raid—was annoyed that he was forced out of the unit after hinting that he’d want to head home and start a small business. The e-book, which tends to sympathize with Bissonnette, was based on anonymous interviews with current SEAL Team 6 members and says it’s unlikely that No Easy Day disclosed any classified information.

    Read it at The New York Times