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The American Spark
                 November         
Gov't Review Sets Record Straight On Bush Powers - Nov.
1st, 2007

Bush has wrongly claimed the absolute right of a king, rather than the moderate
powers granted an employee of the American People.
Senators Worried About DHS Reliance On Contractors -
Nov. 2nd, 2007

The Homeland Security Department may 'be in danger of losing the ability to
think and act on its own for the American people.'
House Passes Miner Safety Bill - Nov. 4th, 2007

It's a law that is sorely needed--as recent events have tragically proven.
Did Bush Inattention Help Cause Pakistan's Breakdown? -
Nov. 5th, 2007

Has 'growing Islamic extremism' gripped Pakistan in part because Bush has all
but forgotten our real war in nearby Afghanistan?
Budget Office Says War Costs Could Hit $2.4 Trillion By
2017 - Nov. 6th, 2007

For the false war of Iraq, the loss of even one American life--or one American
dollar--is the loss of one too many.
Is The Taliban Regaining Strength In Afghanistan? - Nov.
7th, 2007

A series of increasingly bold moves are now being made in Afghanistan by
Taliban militants.
Text Of Musharraf's Emergency Proclamation Reveals
Tyrannical Notions - Nov. 8th, 2007

We offer this proclamation to our readers so that they may clearly see how
tyranny is created.
Cheney Impeachment Bill In House: Text - Nov. 10th, 2007

This legislation is indeed a long time in coming.
U.S. Ground Troops Say Iraq Is Not 'Worth Another
Soldier's Life' - Nov. 11th, 2007

'To this day, I don't think we...understand how infiltrated or complicit the national
police are' with Islamist Shi'ite militias, says one American soldier.
Clinton Campaign Planted 'Questions' With Iowa Audience
Members - Nov. 12th, 2007

The revelations of planted questions offer Americans a rare peek inside the true
nature of the modern election process.
FDA Inspection System For Foreign Drugs Broken, Say
Experts - Nov. 13th, 2007

It seems lawmakers did nothing to fix a broken system meant to keep us safe.
Limitations On Unclassified Research A Threat To
Security, Says Science Panel - Nov. 14th, 2007

'Losing our leading edge in science and technology is one of the greatest threats
to national security,' says panel co-chair.
House Members Convicted Of A Felony May Stay In
Congress, Says Gov't Report - Nov. 15th, 2007

'Members of Congress do not automatically forfeit their offices upon conviction of
a crime that constitutes a felony,' states the congressional report.
Is Major Infrastructure Bill Parked In House Committee? -
Nov. 16th, 2007

This much-needed legislation immediately passed in the Senate after our bridges
began collapsing--so why does it now seem stuck in the House?
Bush Rationale For Absolute Secrecy Disproven - Nov. 18th,
2007

Bush's argument is founded on the frightening assumption that a tyranny based
on public ignorance is strength.
The Hidden War in Iraq - Nov. 19th, 2007

If Bush officials 'cannot determine the sources of a sectarian attack [on Iraqi
citizens], that assault does not make it into the data base.'
Why Won't Bush Arrest Terrorists Living In Florida? - Nov.
23rd, 2007

Luis Posada Carriles is 'one of the most prolific purveyors of political violence in
recent history,' yet lives as a free man in Miami.
Correction On The Spark's 'Hidden War In Iraq' Story - Nov.
26th, 2007

The recent Senate procedure only muzzled the overwhelming majority of
Americans on the subject of an Iraq withdrawal.
Pentagon Considers The Use Of Non-Lethal Weapons - Nov.
27th, 2007

Non-Lethal Weapons 'can provide a forgiving means of imposing our will on
adversaries,' states a U.S. military study.
Iraqi Gov't Is Lying About Refugees' Return Home - Nov. 28th,
2007

'The scope of the return...appears to have been massaged by politics,' stated a
recent
New York Times article.
Bush Cares More For Iraq Than America, Implies Senator -
Nov. 29th, 2007

Representative Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) has produced a blunt, accurate critique
of the  mistaken priorities of George W. Bush.