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News Link  •  Police State
Defense attorneys want illegally obtained evidence thrown out in terror trials
12-28-2005  •  New York Times 
Defense lawyers in some of the country's biggest terrorism cases say they plan to bring legal challenges to determine whether the NSA used illegal wiretaps against several dozen Muslim men tied to Al Qaeda. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Politics: Democratic Campaigns
Iraq Pro-War Stance Unlikely to Unseat Hillary Clinton
12-28-2005  •  New York Times 
Senator Clinton's support for the war in Iraq has outraged many liberal activists who are warning of retribution, including a primary challenge to her re-election campaign, but they are struggling to bring meaningful pressure to bear on a politic 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
MI6 man 'recalled over torture claim'
12-28-2005  •  London Times 
AN ALLEGED British spy named by a Greek newspaper as taking part in the alleged torture of terror suspects in Athens has reportedly been recalled to London to be questioned about the reported arrest of 28 Pakistani-born men over the 7/7 bombings. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Foreign Policy
U.S. puts sanctions on Chinese firms for aiding Tehran
12-28-2005  •  Washington Times 
Several Chinese companies involved in selling missile goods and chemical-arms materials to Iran have been hit with U.S. sanctions, Bush administration officials said 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Will Kurds be the first to trigger the civil war in Iraq?
12-28-2005  •  Knight Ridder 
Kurdish leaders have inserted more than 10,000 of their militia members into the Iraqi army to lay the groundwork to swarm south, seize the oil-rich city of Kirkuk and possibly half of Mosul, Iraq's third-largest city, and secure the borders of a 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
White House wants Sahara Desert as new front for war on terror
12-28-2005  •  Big News Network 
The U.S. government reportedly plans to spend $500 million over five years to make the Sahara Desert a vast new front in its war on terrorism. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Baghdad prisoner kills 20 with rifle stolen from guard
AN inmate in a Baghdad prison grabbed a rifle from a guard today and opened fire, killing up to 20 people. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
'Inversion' in Bond Rates Hits Stocks
12-28-2005  •  By Tom Petruno, LA Times Staff Writer 
The yield on the 10-year Treasury note drops to a level at or below those of shorter-term securities, in what may foreshadow an economic slump. 
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Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  Energy
Former Enron Accountant Strikes Plea Deal
12-28-2005  •  Associated Press 
Richard Causey, Enron Corp.'s former chief accountant, is expected on Wednesday to plead guilty to at least one criminal charge related to the energy trader's collapse 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Religion: Believers
Why European women are turning to Islam
12-28-2005  •  The Christian Science Monitor 
And that is exactly why European antiterrorist authorities have their eyes on thousands like her across the continent. Ms. Fallot is a recent convert to Islam. In the eyes of the police, that makes her potentially dangerous. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Media: Radio
Sirius Tops 3 Million Subscribers
12-28-2005  •  Associated Press 
Satellite radio provider Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. said Tuesday it recently topped more than 3 million subscribers to its service and expects a strong finish for the year. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Central Intelligence Agency
CIA polices itself on renditions when caught
12-27-2005  •  AssociatedPress 
The CIA's independent watchdog is investigating fewer than 10 cases where terror suspects may have been mistakenly swept away to foreign countries by the spy agency, a figure lower than published reports but enough to raise some concerns. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Federal government running out of money
12-27-2005  •  Christian Science Monitor 
For the last quarter-century, the federal deficit has been a perennial problem of US politics. As defense and entitlement spending has grown, everything else that government does has been squeezed and squeezed again in search of savings. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  United Nations
Rice authorised NSA to spy on UN Security Council
12-27-2005  •  by Jason Leupold (The Raw Story) 
President Bush used the NSA to secretly wiretap the homes and offices and email accounts of members of the UN's Security Council to determine how delegates would vote on a UN resolution that paved the way for the US-led war in Iraq 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Police State
Bush's counsel on spying now under close scrutiny
12-27-2005  •  Boston Globe 
The current occupants of those jobs are Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and White House counsel Harriet E. Miers. Prior to 2005, Gonzales was White House counsel and John Ashcroft was attorney general. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Police State
Secret court modified wiretap requests led Bush to bypass court to spy domestically
12-27-2005  •  Seattle Post Intelligencer 
Government records show that the administration was encountering unprecedented second-guessing by the secret federal surveillance court when President Bush decided to bypass the panel and order surveillance of US-based terror suspects without the cou 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
First torture, now slavery: U.S. stalls on human trafficking
12-27-2005  •  Chicago Tribune 
3 years ago, President Bush declared that he had "zero tolerance" for trafficking in humans by the government's overseas contractors, and 2 years ago Congress mandated a similar policy. The Defense Department has yet to adopt a policy t 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  WAR: About that War
Guard Turns to Pizza, iTunes for Recruiting
12-27-2005  •  The Philadelphia Inquirer 
A load of pizza, a helping of NASCAR, and free MP3 downloads and video games, plus some cash are luring the next wave of part-time soldiers. [sheesh, just use the formula: date + booze = "okay"] 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Domestic Policy
Tenn. Lawmaker Threatens Businesses in Battle With Newspaper
12-27-2005  •  Associated Press 
A state lawmaker is warning business owners not to advertise in a newspaper that reported he is dating a woman while waiting for his divorce. "Myself and many others are going to be watching to identify and remember those that subsidize the dest 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  World News
From a shared disaster comes a chance for peace and hopefully freedom
12-27-2005  •  The Guardian 
Indonesia's Aceh rebels formally disbanded their armed wing today, effectively ending their 30-year separatist insurgency one year after the Indian Ocean tsunami destroyed their battlefield. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  World News
An army that whines and cries is an army of wimps
12-27-2005  •  BBC 
Turkish prosecutors have launched an inquiry into whether an EU lawmaker should stand trial for insulting the country's armed forces. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  World News
Life sentence for China land minister
12-27-2005  •  BBC 
A Beijing court convicted Tian Fengshan of accepting bribes over eight years while a minister and regional official. China is trying to crack down on corruption, amid fears it could undermine Communist Party rule. Tian escaped the death penalty as h 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Entertainment: Sports
Regular TV Monday Night Football ends after 36 year run
12-27-2005  •  Hollywood Reporter 
After a 36-year run, "Monday Night Football" has aired its last touchdown Monday night on ABC. A change in the broadcast rights will move the second-longest-running primetime series to ESPN 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Bush Administration
Impeachment's not just for stained dresses anymore
12-27-2005  •  by Katrina vanden Heuvel (Huffington Post) 
Tom Delay: "One direction points to the higher road of the rule of law. The other road is the path of least resistance" in which "we pitch the law completely overboard when the mood fits us [and] close our eyes to the potential lawbrea 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Economy - Economics USA
Entitlements Consume More Federal Spending
12-27-2005  •  Associated Press 
Three growing entitlement programs consumed nearly half of all federal spending in 2004, and budget analysts expect them to make up an even bigger share in the future. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
Amazon.com Exec to Open Aerospace Venture
12-27-2005  •  Associated Press 
Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos expects a rocket-ship complex for his aerospace venture Blue Origin to open early next year. Sending a spaceship into orbit that launches and lands vertically, like a rocket, and eventually building spaceships that can o 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Space Travel and Exploration
GPS monopoly challenged by new European satellite network
12-27-2005  •  The Guardian 
A largely political project, aimed at asserting Europe's independence. Although GPS is free and ubiquitous, it is optimised for America and can drift by more than 30ft. GPS is controlled by the US military which can degrade or switch off the sign 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Politics: Republican Campaigns
Congressman's Wife Paid For Raising Funds For Husband
12-27-2005  •  Sacramento Bee 
Congressman John Doolittle’s wife has earned more than $136,000 in commissions for her work raising money for her husband’s political campaigns over the past three years. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Police State
Last chance to stop, or at least debate the Patriot Act
12-27-2005  •  by U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, M.D. (R-TX) 
September 11th does not justify ignoring the Constitution by creating broad new federal police powers. The rule of law is worthless if we ignore it whenever crises occur. We cannot predict how the Patriot Act will be interpreted and used in future d 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  Energy
Resolving Nuclear Waste Problem With New Reprocessing Approach
12-27-2005  •  New York Times 
So last month, Congress voted $50 million for the Energy Department to explore a new kind of reprocessing, one that would reuse a much larger fraction of the nuclear waste. 
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Reported by Powell Gammill
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