A House resolution is due to be introduced on Wednesday which would "condemn the leak and publication of classified documents" by The New York Times.
This is a good move, but what I'd really like to see is a House hearing in which the editors and reporters of the New York Times and Los Angeles Times are asked to testify as to who illegally provided them with the classified data they published.
Wednesday Update: As Hugh Hewitt related on his show today, the House is not naming the New York or L.A. Times by name in its resolution.
Such obvious fear of the media is not comforting when our leaders in Congress are supposed to be protecting our country, during wartime, no less.
For more, check out Hugh's posts, above and here.