Bush speaks out against wiretapping ruling August 18, 2006 By DEB RIECHMANN ASSOCIATED PRESS CAMP DAVID, Md. — President George W. Bush said those who agree with a federal judge that his warrantless surveillance program is unconstitutional “simply do not understand the nature of the world in which we live.” “This country of ours is […]Read more "Bush to America: Why can’t I ignore the Constitution?"
http://itmfa.com/ Bush surveillance program violates Constitution, judge rules A federal judge in Detroit has ruled that the Bush administration’s warrantless surveillance program violates the Constitution. U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor in Detroit became the first judge to strike down the National Security Agency’s program, which she says violates the rights to free speech and […]Read more "Detroit to Bush: You F***ing Traitor"
MSNBC – FBI seeks expanded search powers Yes, this article is pretty even handed. That’s the problem. Where is the scrutiny of the government’s representations? Where is the jaundiced eye, treating government as worthy of contempt and unworthy of blind trust? Oh. it hasn’t been used THAT MUCH? Oh, OK. This is comforting, as well: […]Read more "American media sells out your rights"
Passengers complain about pat-down searches at airports If you’re a hottie according to the TSA, which uses secret criteria like big boobs, they’re gonna feel you up in the name of “security.” “She put that thing in between my legs like you wouldn’t believe,” Higley said. “It was very offensive.” Higley, who was not wearing […]Read more "Stroke me, stroke me"