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Is The Defense Department Conducting Its Own Covert
- Posted on Jan. 1st, 2007
The Defense Department may be creating a covert spy network without a hint of
Can We Still Trust National Intelligence Estimates?
on Jan. 2nd, 2007
The best informed analysts are no longer the ones primarily shaping the
intelligence estimates which help define national policy.
Personal Data Breaches Hit Record High
- Posted on Jan. 3rd,
Are corporate security groups more interested in protecting us or their bottom
How The Democrats Can Enforce Proper Congressional
- Posted on Jan. 4th, 2007
Will a Democratic Congress curb increasing Executive and Judicial powers?
Undisclosed Pentagon Report Cited Further Detention
- Posted Jan. 5th, 2007
Is the Bush Administration running an Abu Ghraib in South Carolina?
U.S. Considered Sunni Offer to "Clean Up" Iraq's
- Posted on Jan. 8th, 2007
The U.S. ambassador to Iraq negotiated with the religious group which backed
Defense Investigation Finds Major Flaws In Inter-Agency
- Posted on Jan. 9th, 2007
Why doesn't the Defense Department hold anyone responsible?
Congressional Study Shows Tax Cuts Favor Wealthy
Posted on Jan. 10th, 2007
Why do Bush's tax cuts so favor the rich?
Privacy Watchdogs Demand Probe Of Spying Program
Posted on Jan. 11th, 2007
Many experts say the 'Civil Liberties Oversight Board' is failing its fellow Americans.
Dems Try To Keep From Producing Fiefs In Congress
Posted on Jan. 12th, 2007
The Democrats are wisely acting in ways which would have been unthinkable
when they last controlled Congress. But can it last?
What Are China's Space Hopes?
- Posted on Jan. 15th, 2007
A 2006 Chinese Government white paper helps provide the answers.
Consumer Group Says "Terrorism Insurance" For Insurers
- Posted on Jan. 16th, 2007
Are insurance companies fleecing American taxpayers?
Probe Of Data-Mining Project
on Jan. 17th, 2007
Just what privacy protections does the U.S. government's 'data mining' efforts
Military Spying On U.S. Citizens
- Posted on Jan. 18th, 2007
The Defense Department has begun looking into the lives of ordinary Americans.
'Advisors' And Contractors Increase Under Bush’s Newest
- Posted on Jan. 19th, 2007
Who will really benefit from Bush's new Iraq plan?
Should America Reconsider The Welfare State?
- Posted on
Jan. 22nd, 2007
A leading think-tank says 'Old Europe' could teach us a few things.
Are Public Election Funds Becoming A Thing Of The Past?
- Posted on Jan. 23rd, 2007
How 'big money' brought corruption back to presidential politics.
Iraq Parliament Exists Only In Name
- Posted on Jan. 24th, 2007
How can America 'save Iraq' when Iraqis won't help themselves?
What Are China's Military Hopes?
- Posted On Jan. 25th, 2007
We can glean a few hints from China's own report on the subject.
Study Says Pentagon Should Not Conduct Covert
- Posted on Jan. 26th, 2007
A congressional report tells us why the Defense Department should not be
involved in the spy game.
Bush Changing U.S. Military Leadership
- Posted on Jan. 29th,
Will the new Army leader help or hurt American forces in Iraq and Afghanistan?
Are U.S. Military Spy Teams Out Of Control?
- Posted on Jan.
Bush's Special Forces are operating in countries which are U.S. allies, and won't
play nice with the CIA.
Intel Officials Say U.S. Inclusiveness Dampens Terrorism
Posted on Jan. 31st, 2007
But are top U.S. intelligence officials denying the truth about other matters?