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News Link  •  Science, Medicine and Technology
Scientists are genetically sequencing the extinct Wooley Mammoth
12-20-2005  •  LifeSciences.com 
Scientists have mapped part of the genome of the woolly mammoth, a huge mammal that's been extinct for about 10,000 years. The breakthrough could lead to recreating the creatures. 
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News Link  •  Police State
Letter: Sen. Jay Rockefeller to Cheney regarding NSA domestic wiretapping
12-20-2005  •  Talking Points Memo 
Handwritten letter from Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) to Vice President Cheney regarding his concerns over a briefing on NSA domestic wiretapping, dated July 17th, 2003. 
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News Link  •  Police State
Representative demands Attorney General appoint special prosecutor
12-20-2005  •  After Downing Street 
Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) today demanded that Attorney General Gonzales appoint a special counsel to investigate the President’s apparent violation of law in asking the NSA to eavesdrop, without warrants, on Americans’ international phone cal 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Updated: Conyers Report a sharp rebuke to Bush conduct of war (link to PDF)
12-20-2005  •  by Larisa Alexandrovna and John Byrne (TRS) 
House Judiciary Committee Democrats, spearheaded by Rep. John Conyers, has released the sharpest critique to date surrounding Iraq titled "The Constitution in Crisis: The Downing Street Minutes and Deception, Manipulation, Torture, Retribution a 
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News Link  •  Bush Administration
Democratic Representative calls for Bush's impeachment for domestic surveillance
12-20-2005  •  Associated Press 
U.S. Rep. John Lewis said Monday in a radio interview that President Bush should be impeached if he broke the law in authorizing spying on Americans. 
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News Link  •  Police State
Senator says he was briefed on domestic surveillance ... 3 years after the fact
12-20-2005  •  Raw Story 
“First, it is quite likely that 96 Senators of 100 Senators, including 13 of 15 on the Senate Intelligence Committee first learned about this program in the New York Times, not from any Administration briefing. 
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News Link  •  Bush Administration
Senator Boxer floats impeachment
12-20-2005  •  The Raw Story 
Senator Boxer has asked four scholars for their opinion on whether Bush's violating of the wiretappping laws is an impeachable offense. 
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News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Update: China revises its GDP upward by 17 percent
12-18-2005  •  Associated Press 
China sharply raised the official size of its economy after taking into account emerging service industries, saying its output last year was 16.8 percent higher than previously reported. Jumping to No. 4, after only the US, Japan and Germany, if it i 
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News Link  •  Bush Administration
Operation Flabbergasted: Let's Watergate Bush
12-19-2005  •  Smintheus' diary 
In ordering the NSA to spy secretly on America, Bush has overturned Signals Intelligence Directive 18, which prohibits domestic spying by NSA; violated the federal act which created the FISA court to oversee covert domestic investigations; and trampl 
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News Link  •  Police State
"Bush not King," says Senator
12-19-2005  •  The Raw Story 
The President believes that he has the power to override the laws that Congress has passed. This isn't how our democratic system of government works. The President doesn't get to pick and choose which laws he wants to follow. He is president, 
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News Link  •  Immigration
Mexican President to Americans: Don't forget your immigrant roots
12-19-2005  •  Reuters 
Angered by a bill in the US Congress aimed at cracking down on undocumented workers, Mexican President Vicente Fox urged Americans not to forget that many of their ancestors emigrated to the US. 
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News Link  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Sen. Reid calls US Congress 'most corrupt in history'
12-19-2005  •  Reuters 
U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid called the Republican-led Congress "the most corrupt in history" on Sunday, and distanced himself from lobbyist Jack Abramoff, at the center of an escalating probe. 
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News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Congress cancels painting house that is falling down, and calls it budget cut
12-19-2005  •  Associated Press 
The House also narrowly passed a plan to cut deficits by almost $40 billion over five years in legislation hailed by GOP conservatives as fiscal discipline and assailed by Democrats as victimizing medical and education programs for the poor. 
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News Link  •  Police State
Bush says disclosing his domestic spying was shameful
12-19-2005  •  MSNBC News (video link included) 
President Bush on Monday said disclosure of his domestic eavesdropping program was a “shameful act” and said he will keep using it “for so long as the nation faces the continuing threat of an enemy that wants to kill American citizens.” 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
US releases person responsible for Iraq's biological weapons of mass destruction
12-19-2005  •  Agence France Presse 
Dozens of high level detainees from the regime of Saddam Hussein have been released, the US military said, with an Iraqi lawyer saying they included female weapons scientists "Dr Anthrax" and "Dr Germ" who was ranked 53rd on the U 
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News Link  •  Police State
Attorney General say Congress authorised domestic spying
12-19-2005  •  Associated Press 
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said Congress had essentially given President Bush the authority for domestic surveillance after the 9/11 attacks, defending Bush's decision not to seek warrants "we don't have the speed and the agility 
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News Link  •  Police State
Cheney defends domestic surveillance invoking 9/11
12-19-2005  •  Forbes 
Vice President Richard Cheney said the 9/11 attacks on the US could have been averted, if the government had the power to monitor electronic communications inside the country. 'It's the kind of capability if we'd had before 9/11 might hav 
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News Link  •  Internet
When governments wish to crack down on dissent they rely on US
12-19-2005  •  The Christian Science Monitor 
When Chinese authorities crack down on Internet use by dissidents, or the Burmese government prevents its people from access to e-mail, they rely on technology, usually from corporations in the US, to help them police the Web. 
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News Link  •  Energy
Honda to mass produce solar cells
12-19-2005  •  Reuters 
Honda Motor Co. said it plans to start mass-producing solar cells in 2007, eyeing growing demand for environmentally friendly energy sources. 
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News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
Detainees flown to secret Afghani prison
12-19-2005  •  Reuters 
A human rights group said that the United States operated a secret prison for terrorism suspects as recently as last year in Afghanistan, where detainees where subjected to torture and other mistreatment. 
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News Link  •  Immigration
U.S. studying wall along Canadian border
12-19-2005  •  Canadian Press 
Canada has no interest in a new US initiative to study building a security wall along the border, officials said. And a cross-border business group said it makes no sense when what's urgently required are measures to speed the flow of trade. 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Military upset General is investigating torture
12-19-2005  •  London Times 
Most of the 184 allegations investigated were completed without criminal or disciplinary action, but 14 soldiers have faced trial and 15 more are awaiting court martial. He agreed that the allegations had “damaged the Army”, but said it would be wors 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Half a trillion dollar defense budget goes to vote in the House
12-19-2005  •  Washington Times 
House Republican leaders plan to bring to the floor today a $453 billion defense spending bill laden with several add-ons, including a contentious provision to allow drilling in an Arctic reserve, which could threaten the bill's chances of passin 
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News Link  •  Police State
Pentagon's Intelligence Authority Widens
12-19-2005  •  Washington Post 
Its Directorate of Field Activities (DX) "assists in preserving the most critical defense assets, disrupting adversaries and helping control the intelligence domain," ... surveillance of potentially threatening people or organizations insid 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Bush's Sunday Night Iraq Speech Analysis
12-19-2005  •  Associated Press 
President Bush abandoned his everything-is-OK pitch: He was wrong about the rationale for going to war in Iraq; he underestimated the dangers; the country has suffered "terrible loss"; and the bad news isn't over. But we have to stay th 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Torture ban has exceptions
12-19-2005  •  Herald Sun 
If a terrorist suspect in detention had information about an imminent attack represented a possible exception to the ban. "It would not shock the conscience. And in that million-to-one situation, then the president would authorize it and take r 
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News Link  •  World News
Updated: Anti-US, pro-cocaine candidate wins Presidency in Bolivia
12-19-2005  •  London Times 
Washington considers Morales an enemy in its anti-drug fight in Bolivia, the third biggest cocaine producer after Colombia and Peru. His critics fear a Morales government could jeopardize the country's flow of multi-million dollar economic aid 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
In Afghanistan, the wrong people are elected: Democracy in action
12-19-2005  •  Washington Post 
"There was not a proper vetting process for the candidates," said Nader Nadery, who leads the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission. "So a number of people with very bad human rights records have gotten into parliament 
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News Link  •  Israel
Sharon suffers stroke
12-19-2005  •  Associated Press 
The mild stroke suffered by Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on Sunday abruptly raised the question of what would happen to Mideast peace prospects if the 77-year-old leader is incapacitated. 
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News Link  •  Police State
Biometrics in the war on terror
12-19-2005  •  UPI 
US authorities must be able to determine a person's previously used identities and past activities. Some U.S. government agencies have made exceptional progress with biometric technologies. Biometrics"automated methods recognize persons based on 
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