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Raw Story

President Bush has given his adminstration a boost in how the government regulates key issues as civil rights and the environment, the New York Times will report on its Tuesday front page. The President "signed a directive that gives the White

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John Prados for TomPaine.com

Months ago, Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to then-Secretary of State Colin Powell, blasted the Bush administration for its resort to a “cabal” led by Cheney. Now we are getting chapter and verse from the prosecution of another chief of st

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by Paul Craig Roberts for LewRockwell.com

Rather than winding down one war, Bush is starting another. The entire world knows this and is discussing Bush’s planned attack on Iran in many forums. It is only Americans who haven’t caught on.

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AP

President Bush, on a collision course with Congress over Iraq, said "I'm the decision-maker" about sending more troops to the war. He challenged skeptical lawmakers not to prematurely condemn his buildup.

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St. Petersburg Times

As usual, the vice president cut through all the legal niceties with his explanation of why the military's use of an investigative tool known as a national security letter to obtain the banking and credit records of potentially hundreds of Americ

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The Associated Press

(AP) — Democratic response of Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., to President Bush's State of the Union address Tuesday, as prepared for delivery and provided by his office: (Printable version)

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CBS

(I bet you're surprised) President Bush will deliver his State of the Union address Tuesday night to a nation that's strongly opposed to his plan for increasing troops in Iraq and deeply unhappy with his performance as president, according t

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AP

Party politics played a role in decisions over whether to take federal control of Louisiana and other areas affected by Hurricane Katrina, former FEMA director Michael Brown said. [whiney, incompetent boob does a heck of a job]

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AP

An Iranian offer to help the United States stabilize Iraq and end its military support for Hezbollah and Hamas was rejected by Vice President Dick Cheney in 2003, a former top State Department official told the British Broadcasting Corp.

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www.govcov.com

This president has made his intentions crystal clear. On March 23, 2005, he made an agreement with then Mexican president Vicente Fox and Paul Martin, then leader of Canada, to form the "Security and Prosperity Partnership".

News Link • Global Reported By Mark Adair
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Bush is launching one war after another in nations of the Middle East and Africa with little consequence or restraint, while he launches a similar war at home on our liberties with similar lack of consequence or restraint. What needs to be done?

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USA Today

A Pentagon domestic intelligence agency overpaid and might have broken the law in awarding a $100 million contract to lease office space. The Pentagon's Counterintelligence Field Activity (CIFA) awarded the no-bid deal in 2003 to TKC Communicat

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Washington Post

Why is the United States poised to try Jose Padilla as a dangerous terrorist, long after it has become clear that he was just the wrong Muslim in the wrong airport on the wrong day? Why is Washington still holding hundreds of detainees at Guantana

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by Glenn Greenwald (LewRockwell)

If George Bush continues to makes speeches, he's going to soon be within Nixon's resignation-compelling unpopularity. While a weakened Bush presidency may appear intuitively to be a cause for celebration, it poses a serious danger.

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AP

Vice President Dick Cheney said the Pentagon and CIA are not violating people's rights by examining the banking and credit records of hundreds of Americans and others suspected of terrorism or espionage in the United States.

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AP

In doses of rhetoric hard to square with facts in the region, Bush portrayed the ordinary people of the Middle East as being behind U.S. goals in Iraq, in his speech to the nation Wednesday night. "They want to know: Will America withdraw and

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