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FBI's Unpaid Phone Bills Zap Wiretaps!

"It seems the telecoms, who are claiming they were just being 'good patriots' when they allowed the government to spy on us without warrants, are more than willing to pull the plug...

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Illinois Early Voting Locations - January 14-31, 2008!

You don't have to wait until February 5, 2008 to cast your ballot in the Illinois Primary Election and you don't need a reason!! Your first chance to vote for Illinois Labor endor...

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"A Republic, If You Can Keep It"- By Guy M. Townsend

"Can't we all get along?" is the plaintive cry of the Democrats, who persist in thinking the Republicans will play by the rules. "We don't want to start any unpleasantness," the De...

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Senator Kennedy On FISA and Telecom Immunity!!

The debate we're having now about telecom amnesty is not likely to be the last round in the Administration's attempt to immunize its private partners. It's only an opening round. I...

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Dodd Wins; AT$T Spying Bill Postponed to Next Year

Connecticut senator Christopher Dodd's threatened filibuster of a bill giving immunity to telecoms that helped the government spy on Americans unexpectedly carried the day Monday, ...

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Warrantless Spying Showdown Postponed to Monday -- UPDATED

"The move comes after weeks of speculation over whether Reid would prefer the Senate Intelligence committee's version - a bill favored by the Administration -- or the Senate Judici...

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Trio Calls For Impeach Cheney Hearings!

"Three senior members of the House Judiciary Committee have called for the immediate opening of impeachment hearings for Vice President Richard Cheney. Democrats Robert Wexl...

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Restoring Rule of Law As An American Ideal

"The United States abides by the laws of war. ... Wanton killing, torture, cruelty, or the working of unusual hardship on enemy prisoners or populations is not justified under any ...

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Congress Moves Toward Passage of Domestic Spy Bill

"The US House of Representatives and two different Senate committees have approved competing versions of a bill that would modify a law governing spying on domestic and internation...

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CWA Frees Locals And State Councils To Make Endorsements In 2008 Presidential Campaigns!

For the first time since 1952, there is neither an incumbent nor a sitting Vice President running for the White House. Both parties have wide-open primaries. Currently there are ...

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