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News Link  •  More about  Bush Administration
Two men in UK court over 'Jazeera bombing' leak
11-30-2005  •  Reuters 
Two men appeared in a British court accused of leaking a secret document which a newspaper said showed that President Bush wanted to bomb Arabic television station Al Jazeera. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Bush Administration
Bush says congressman taking bribes 'outrageous'
11-30-2005  •  Reuters 
"The idea of a congressman taking money is outrageous," said President Bush as he prepared to fly to Arizona's for its largest fund raising event ever, to help US Sen. Kyl (R-AZ). 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Domestic Policy
Government going to "fix" cable TV again
11-30-2005  •  Reuters 
Letting consumers choose their subscription television channels would help shield children from inappropriate content and not necessarily lead to higher prices, FCC Chairman Kevin Martin said. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
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News Link  •  More about  Criminal Justice System
Milestone execution stopped
11-30-2005  •  Reuters 
Virginia Gov. Mark Warner halted the execution of a convicted murderer who would have been the 1,000th person put to death in the US since the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
Military recruiting slipping
11-30-2005  •  Reuters 
The U.S. Army, fresh off missing its latest annual recruiting goal, has launched an unprecedented effort to coax former troops to sign up again for active-duty military service. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Internet
Government Run Internet to Save New Orleans Communications
11-30-2005  •  Associated Press 
To help boost its stalled economy, hurricane-ravaged New Orleans is offering the nation's first free wireless Internet network owned and run by a major city. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Central Intelligence Agency
CIA Director Defends Torture By Any Name
11-30-2005  •  Reuters 
CIA Director Porter Goss, saying his agency struggles to penetrate terrorist sanctuaries overseas, insists that "we know more than we're able to say publicly" about Osama bin Laden and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
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News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
Bush's safer nuclear bombing run put on hold
11-29-2005  •  San Francisco Chronicle 
Lawmakers killed the widely criticized nuclear "bunker buster" concept, which critics regarded as too aggressive, and instead appropriated $25 million for research on what is called the reliable replacement warhead, or RRW. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
Bush has no plan to significantly alter troop number in Iraq
11-29-2005  •  by Seymour Hersh (The New Yorker) 
A high-level Pentagon war planner told me that he has seen scant indication that the President would authorize a significant pullout of American troops if he believed that it would impede the war against the insurgency. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
Miami Police Emulate Stasi
11-29-2005  •  Associated Press 
"People are definitely going to notice it," he said. "We want that shock. We want that awe. But at the same time, we don't want people to feel their rights are being threatened. We need them to be our eyes and ears." 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Criminal Justice System
Investigations involving members of Congress
11-29-2005  •  Associated Press 
Tom Delay, Will Jefferson, Duke Cunningham, Bob Ney, Bill Frist. 530 to go. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Criminal Justice System
Alito backed tougher civil rights penalty
11-29-2005  •  Reuters 
As a top U.S. Justice Department lawyer two decades ago, U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito backed tougher punishment for certain civil rights violations as well as keeping fingerprint records of Iranian and Afghan refugees. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
Rice to seek to defuse prison scandal in Europe
11-29-2005  •  Reuters 
Faced with European demands that the US explain secret detention centers to interrogate terrorism suspects were located in two unnamed east European countries, Rice intends to remind the Europeans that they are in a joint fight against an enemy that 
Reported by Powell Gammill
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Testimony from Rove's former assistant may solidify case that he misled leak inquiry
11-29-2005  •  by Jason Leopold and Larisa Alexandrovna (TRS) 
Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald will present evidence to a second grand jury this week that could lead to a criminal indictment being handed up against Karl Rove, President Bush’s deputy chief of staff. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Bush Administration
Cunningham and MZM: The White House Connection
11-29-2005  •  Think Progress 
Duke Cunningham pled guilty to receiving over $2 million in bribes from MZM Inc., in exchange for legislative favors. It’s worth noting that MZM also did some unusual business with the White House. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Criminal Justice System
U.S. Congressman Admits Taking Bribes
11-29-2005  •  Reuters 
U.S. Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham, a California Republican, resigned on Monday after pleading guilty to taking $2.4 million in bribes in exchange for help in securing Defense Department contracts. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  World News
Canadian Government has been Toppled
11-29-2005  •  Associated Press 
A corruption scandal forced a vote of no-confidence Monday and Prime Minister Paul Martin's government has fallen, triggering an election campaign during the Christmas holidays. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Criminal Justice System
US to hold 1,000th execution
11-29-2005  •  Reuters 
The US is scheduled this week to witness its 1,000th execution since the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976, but even as it reaches this milestone opponents said capital punishment may be falling out of favor. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Techno Gadgets
MobiBlu releases tiny cubic-inch MP3 player
Very cool! But the size is its only real benefit over others,... but soon... 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
Sheehan Back in Texas for War Protest
11-25-2005  •  Associated Press 
The fallen soldier's mother whose August vigil near President Bush's ranch reinvigorated the anti-war movement returned to Texas to resume her protest as the president celebrated Thanksgiving a few miles away. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
Movie and Music Industries Threaten Your Liberties
11-24-2005  When the UK Presidency suggested to the EU that telecoms service providers and ISPs should be forced to retain information about the telephone calls you make and the sites you visit might help the recording industry fish for file-sharing networks, DR 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
Airport travellers soon to reveal where they are going
11-24-2005  •  Washington Post 
Released a phone-book-thick proposed rule that would give the federal government new powers to track the comings and goings of individual travelers and greater efforts by airlines and others to obtain personal contact information from travelers 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Law Enforcers or Peace Officers
Doubts Now Surround Account of Snipers Amid New Orleans Chaos
11-24-2005  •  Los Angeles Times 
In the desperate days after Hurricane Katrina: Police had caught eight snipers on a bridge shooting at relief contractors. In the gun battle that followed, officers shot to death five or six of the marauders. Wasn't true. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
Life Goes On in Fallujah's Rubble
11-24-2005  •  by Dahr Jamail (AntiWar.com) 
A year after the U.S.-led "Operation Phantom Fury" damaged or destroyed 36,000 homes, 60 schools, and 65 mosques in Fallujah, Iraq, residents inside the city continue to suffer from lack of compensation, slow reconstruction, and high rates 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
Shift on Suspect Is Linked to Role of Qaeda Figures
11-24-2005  •  New York Times 
The Bush administration decided to charge Jose Padilla with less serious crimes because it was unwilling to allow testimony from 2 senior members of Al Qaeda who had been subjected to harsh questioning. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Police State
Why did the Bush Administration Hold Jose Padilla for 3 Years as an Enemy Combatant? No Mention of a
11-24-205  •  Democracy NOW! 
The Justice Department announced Tuesday criminal charges have been filed against Jose Padilla - the U.S. citizen who had been held without charge for over 3 years in solitary confinement on a military brig in South Carolina. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Media: Internet
Murdoch predicts gloomy future for press
Rupert Murdoch has forecast a gloomy future for newspapers with the growth of the internet, saying he doesn't know "anybody under the age of 30 who has ever looked at a classified ad". 
Reported by Ernest Hancock
News Link  •  More about  Economy - Economics USA
Ford needs taxpayers to subsidize car maker
11-24-2005  •  Washington Post 
Ford Motor Co. Chairman urged the government to help struggling U.S. automakers by expanding subsidies for companies that make components for hybrids and other fuel-efficient vehicles, as U.S. automakers race to close a widening technology gap with t 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  Bill of Rights
Protesters Arrested Near Bush's Ranch
11-23-2005  •  Associated Press 
A dozen war protesters including Daniel Ellsberg, who leaked the Pentagon Papers, were arrested for setting up camp near President Bush's ranch in defiance of new local bans on roadside camping and parking. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
News Link  •  More about  WAR: About that War
US says Iraq insurgents can be 'part of solution'
11-23-2005  •  Agence France Presse 
A top US military spokesman called for parts of Iraq's raging insurgency to be brought into the political process, while insisting that Al-Qaeda was being hit hard by ongoing offensives. 
Reported by Powell Gammill
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