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Reuters

The Bush adminstration is drafting a timetable that includes specific milestones for the Iraqi government to address sectarian divisions and assume a larger role in securing the country, the New York Times reported in its Sunday editions.

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Air Force Times

Congress said it wants next year’s defense budget to include funding for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but President Bush has indicated he may ignore that request. In a “signing statement” the president listed 24 provisions he may not abide by.

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My Way

A federal judge has ordered the Bush Administration to release information about who visited Vice President Dick Cheney's office and personal residence, an order that could spark a late election season debate over lobbyists White House access.

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Washington Note

It seems to me that the secret advisory meeting called by Paul Wolfowitz no November 29,2001 that brought various public intellectuals together to help marshall the best arguments for an Iraq invasion was possibly a violation of FACA.

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Rense(Paul Craig Roberts)

President Bush and his neocon flaks have simultaneously lost two wars and America's economic future. Last Friday's payroll jobs report was a continuation of Bush's dismal record. Only 59,000 net new private sector jobs were created

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by Jim Bovard (FFF)

President Bush has once again decreed that his personal pen is the highest law of the land. In a statement issued on October 4, 2006, he announced that he would ignore many provisions of the Homeland Security appropriations act he signed earlier in t

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by Gene Callahan (Lew Rockwell)

My fellow Americans, it’s official now: We live in a fascist nation. Now, the term "fascist" has been thrown around over the last 50 years in a loose way that has drained it of much of its meaning. If someone wanted to cut 5% off of a lef

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Washington Post

One of the highest-ranking generals in the U.S. military stood by views attributed to him in a controversial new book about the Bush administration's handling of the war in Iraq but said it was important to understand the context in which those v

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Village Voice(Nat Hentoff)

But in all these stories about Powell's mutiny, I've seen no mention of an angry, prophetic memorandum he wrote on Jan 25, 2002, protesting the adminstration's pending decision to scrap the Geneva Conventions on the treatment of prisoners

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Truthout

Not that George W. Bush needs much encouragement, but Sen. Lindsey Graham suggested to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales a new target for the adminstration's domestic operations - Fifth Columnists, supposedly disloyal Americans

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Tampa Tribune

A year ago, Tony Shaffer was a media sensation, a spy in from the cold with a riveting account of what a secret military unit called Able Danger had uncovered long before the Sept. 11 attacks. Now, with the release of a report by the Pentagon insp

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NY Times

[But she can't remember] A review of White House records has determined that the director of central intelligence, did brief Condoleezza Rice and other top officials on July 10, 2001, about the looming threat from Al Qaeda, a State Department spo

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AP

5 years after anthrax attacks left 5 dead, sickened 17 and panicked the country, the nearly $1 billion contract awarded by the U.S. to a tiny San Francisco Bay Area biotechnology company is plagued with misfortune and delays.

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Raw Story

Colin Powell claims he was fired by the Bush Administration, according to his official biography, which was excerpted in the Washington Post's Sunday magazine.

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CBS News

Veteran Washington reporter Bob Woodward says the Bush administration has not told the truth regarding the level of violence, especially against U.S. troops, in Iraq. He also reveals key intelligence that predicts the insurgency will grow worse next

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Reuters

Borat, the fictional TV reporter from Kazakhstan, may have gotten under the skin of Kazakh officials but on Thursday he couldn't get past the gates of the White House. Secret Service agents turned away British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, in ch

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