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  HOMELAND SECURITY

"An evil exists that threatens every man, woman, and child of this great nation. We must take steps to ensure our domestic security and protect our homeland."
-- George W. Bush? Guess again: Adolph Hitler, 1933    (Bush quotes...)

"There ought to be limits to freedom."
-- George W. Bush (not Hilter), May 21, 1999    (Bush quotes...)

"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
-- Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania (1759)


 • Added 08.09.2005
WHITE HOUSE STONEWALLING TERROR-READINESS INVESTIGATION
Bush aides are ignoring requests from 9/11 Commission members who are looking into nation's ability to prevent attacks.
Inform yourself with the full story here (NY Times)


 • Added 07.24.2005
PLAME'S IDENTITY WAS CLASSIFIED, PER STATE DEPT.
Proof that Rove and other White House leakers committed a felony -- and treason -- by helping make her name public.
Inform yourself with the full story here (Washington Post)


 • Added 07.22.2005
CIA AGENTS RIP BUSH FOR FAILURE TO TAKE ACTION AGAINST ROVE
"What has suffered irreversible damage is the credibility of our case officers when they try to convince an overseas contact that their safety is of primary importance to us," said Jim Marcinkowski, a former CIA case officer, in a congressional hearing.
Inform yourself with the full story here (Reuters)


 • Added 06.19.2005
IMMIGRATION CURBS WREAK HAVOC ON AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY
Strawberries rotting on the vine in Oregon because of a shortage of immigrant workers. Republican lawmaker's suggested solution: repeal child labor laws.
Inform yourself with the full story here (Eugene Register-Guard)


 • Added 07.08.2004  • First Person story
HOMELAND SECURITY USING PATRIOT ACT, McCARTHY-ERA LAW TO DETAIN, DEPORT JOURNALISTS
British reporter was "interrogated for four hours, body searched, fingerprinted, photographed, handcuffed and forced to spend the night in a cell in a detention facility" for 26 hours.
Inform yourself with the full story here (NY Times)


 • Added 07.04.2004
BUSH UNDER-FUNDING SECURITY FOR U.S. PORTS
Despite touting regulations that took effect July 1, many ports don't have the money to comply since the administration has spent $15 billion on airline security but has asked for only $46 million for aid to the ports.
Inform yourself with the full story here (LA Times)


 • Added 06.28.2004
ASHCROFT HYPOCRACY: IN 1997 HE DEMANDED WE 'KEEP BIG BROTHER'S HANDS OFF THE INTERNET'
The Patriot Act's biggest cheerleader once lambasted a similar bill for FBI access to personal e-mail, decryption codes, etc., saying "this proposed policy raises obvious concerns about Americans' privacy" and "Why should we grant government the Orwellian capability to listen at will...to our communications across the Web?"
Read Ashcroft's 1997 position paper here (US State Dept.)


 • Added 06.17.2004
HOMELAND SECURITY STILL REFUSES TO HELP CLEAR INNOCENT TRAVELERS ON 'NO-FLY' LIST
A federal judge rules Bush administration has not justified its refusal to disclose how people's names get on the list or the procedures for removal. But apparently innocent parties are being targeted because of name similarities to terror suspects or for no discernible reason at all.
Inform yourself with the full story here (Newsday/SF Cronicle)
   • Anti-war activists detained without explanation (Sacramento Bee)


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