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News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
Republicans pull Intelligence Authorization Bill to avoid Bush embarrassment
12-23-2005  •  Washington Post 
Democrats were informed last week that Republicans would clear the bill if three amendments, two by Sen. Edward M. Kennedy and one by Sen. John F. Kerry, would be stripped from the consent agreement. But Democrats balked because chairman Sen. Pat Rob 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Police State
Justice Dept. admits Bush broke law spying on Americans
12-23-2005  •  Washington Post 
The Justice Department acknowledged, in a letter to Congress, that the president's October 2001 eavesdropping order did not comply with "the 'procedures' of" the law. FISA made it a offense to conduct electronic surveillance ' 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Police State
Former NSA head lied before Congress
12-23-2005  •  New York Times 
Testifying before a Senate committee last April, Gen. Michael V. Hayden, then head of the NSA, emphasized how scrupulously the agency was protecting Americans from its electronic snooping. "We are, I would offer, the most aggressive agency in th 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Scandals cast light on congressional lobbying
12-23-2005  •  Reuters 
The investigation has highlighted the close relationship between the 535 members of Congress and the 27,000 registered lobbyists who shower them with sports tickets and other perks. 
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News Link  •  Bush Administration
A thousand talking points of lies
12-23-2005  •  Reuters 
According to a White House fact sheet, 2005 was a year full of "accomplishments" -- six, single-spaced pages worth distributed to reporters as Bush left town for his holiday break. 
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News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
More Rings Around Uranus
12-23-2005  •  Associated Press 
Astronomers aided by the Hubble Space Telescope have spied two more rings encircling Uranus, the first additions to the planet's ring system in nearly two decades. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Who won the Kentucky Senate Race? No one.
12-23-2005  •  Associated Press 
The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled that the candidate who got the most votes can't serve because she didn't live in the district long enough, and the runner-up can't serve because she didn't win. 
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News Link  •  Police State
House Approves 5-Week Extension of Patriot Act
12-23-2005  •  New York Times 
The House of Representatives approved a five-week extension of the USA Patriot Act this afternoon and sent it to the Senate for final approval this evening in a late flurry of action to prevent the broad antiterrorism law from expiring on Dec. 31. 
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News Link  •  Criminal Justice System
Lobbyist Abramoff Nears Terms on Plea Deal
12-23-2005  •  New York Times 
Prosecutors in Washington have been sifting through evidence of what they believe is a corruption scheme involving at least 12 lawmakers and their staff members, many of whom worked closely on legislation with Mr. Abramoff and accepted gifts a 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Police State
Conyers, others introduce resolution demanding surveillance probe
12-23-2005  •  The Raw Story 
The standard for getting a wiretap warrant from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court is so low that only 5 out of the 19,000 applications have been denied since 1978. We even allow FISA orders to be obtained on a retroactive basis for the firs 
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News Link  •  Israel
Indicted Officials Consider Suing Pro-Israel Lobby
12-23-2005  •  The Forward 
Two former employees of the nation's main pro-Israel lobby, who are facing trial for allegedly receiving classified information and relaying it to foreign diplomats and the press, are considering lawsuits against the lobbying powerhouse. 
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News Link  •  World News
India gets US nuclear tech despite nuclear weapons development
12-22-2005  •  Reuters 
The agreement would give India access to US nuclear technology, including fuel and reactors, that it has been denied for 25 years. Experts fear that India would acquire nuclear fuel from the US for civilian use, thus freeing up its own stocks for mor 
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News Link  •  World News
China priests, nuns defiant in police standoff
12-22-2005  •  Reuters 
Almost 50 Chinese Catholic priests and nuns holed up for a week in a building they claim as their own and surrounded by police vowed to stay put on Thursday until they get their way. 
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News Link  •  Police State
New Nazi Drug War Law on hold for Christmas vacation
12-22-2005  •  Reuters 
Popular bipartisan legislation to try to halt the spread of methamphetamines already devastating some rural U.S. communities was delayed until next year by the Senate on Wednesday. 
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News Link  •  World News
Why does Bush hate Hugo Chavez?
12-22-2005  •  BusinessWeek 
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has been a thorn in Washington's side since taking office in 1999. He has threatened to interrupt vital oil shipments to the U.S. and claimed that President George W. Bush is planning an invasion to gain control 
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News Link  •  Voting: Vote Fraud
Diebold Hack Hints at Wider Flaws
12-22-2005  •  Wired 
Election officials spooked by tampering in a test last week of Diebold optical-scan voting machines should be equally wary of optical-scan equipment produced by other manufacturers, according to a computer scientist who conducted the test. [They are 
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News Link  •  Police State
NY Police infiltrate protest rallys
12-22-2005  •  New York Times 
Undercover New York City police officers have conducted covert surveillance in the last 16 months of people protesting the Iraq war, bicycle riders taking part in mass rallies and even mourners at a street vigil for a cyclist killed in an accident, a 
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News Link  •  Police State
Chairman Spector will hold hearings in January on domestic spying
12-22-2005  •  Associated Press 
Senate Judiciary Chairman Arlen Specter said Wednesday he remains skeptical about a government surveillance program despite an explanation from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. "I would summarize it by saying I have grave doubts about his lega 
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News Link  •  Media: Print
NY Times released story on domestic spying after 14 months because ....
12-22-2005  •  The New York Observer 
According to multiple NY Times sources, the decision to move forward with the story was accelerated by the forthcoming publication of Mr. Risen’s book, State of War: The Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration. 
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News Link  •  Voting: Vote Fraud
CA SOS refuses to certify Diabold voting machines
12-222-2005  •  Brad Blog 
Late this afternoon, Sec. of State Bruce McPherson's office sent a letter to Diebold Election Systems, Inc. Vice President David Bryd, informing him that the state is declining -- for the time being -- to re-certify Diebold AccuVote touch-screen 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Police State
File the Bin Laden Phone Leak Under 'Urban Myths'
12-22-2005  •  Washington Post 
President Bush asserted this week that the news media published a U.S. government leak in 1998 about Osama bin Laden's use of a satellite phone, alerting the al Qaeda leader to government monitoring and prompting him to abandon the device. 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Military Kangaroo Courts unacceptable in UK
12-22-2005  •  The Independent 
The death of an Iraqi civilian, allegedly killed by British soldiers, must be fully and independently investigated, lawyers said yesterday after the Court of Appeal criticised the way the Army had handled murder inquiries in the aftermath of the inva 
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News Link  •  Police State
Britain will be first country to monitor every car journey
12-22-2005  •  The Independent 
Using a network of cameras that can automatically read every passing number plate, the plan is to build a huge database of vehicle movements so that the police and security services can analyse any journey a driver has made over several years. 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Arrests reveal al-Qiada network in Europe
12-22-2005  •  Daily Telegraph 
A wave of arrests across Europe has thrown new light on a European terrorist network being developed by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the most prominent insurgent in Iraq. 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Internal breakdowns, not shortcomings in spy laws, were at play before Sept. 11
12-22-2005  •  Los Angeles Times 
A inquiry by the House and Senate intelligence committees blamed interagency communication breakdowns " not shortcomings of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act or any other intelligence-gathering guidelines. The incident Bush referred to involv 
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News Link  •  Bush Administration
Tug of war over presidential powers
12-22-2055  •  The Christian Science Monitor 
Cheney also offered a treatise on how presidential power has waxed and waned through history, calling the presidency a weak institution in the late 1800s, which then got stronger under Theodore Roosevelt. 
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News Link  •  Police State
Judges on Surveillance Court Want Briefing on Spy Program
12-22-2005  •  Washington Post 
The presiding judge of a secret court that oversees government surveillance in espionage and terrorism cases is arranging a classified briefing for her fellow judges to address their concerns about the legality of President Bush's domestic spying 
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News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Shiite Religious Parties dominate 10 of 18 Provinces
12-22-2005  •  Juan Cole Blog 
The Sunni Arabs are upset that they are trailing the Kurds, being convinced that they are a much larger group. But since the seats have been allocated to provinces on the basis of voting registration in Jan. 2005, that consideration is irrelevant. 
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News Link  •  Education: Government Schools
Conformity, Don't stand out in public schools
12-22-2005  •  Associated Press 
Nathan Warmack wanted to honor his heritage by wearing a Scottish kilt to his high school dance. Then a principal told him to change into a pair of pants. 
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News Link  •  Police State
Senate passes 6 month extention of Patriot Act
12-22-2005  •  Associated Press 
Republican leaders and Bush wanted to make most of the law permanent, but were stymied by a filibuster in the Senate and had to resort to a 6 month extension. "This will allow more time to finally agree on a bill that protects our rights and fre 
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