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Thursday, December 2, 2021

The Great American Injustice System

Every American has the fundamental right to be brought before a federal judge, and that judge has the power to order the U.S. government to charge and try this person or let that person go. In the case of Jose Padilla, the Bush administration doesn’t want to charge him and doesn’t want to let him go either.

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Time to Abolish Electoral College?

In a bipartisan alliance to abolish the Electoral College, Rhode Island Republican Sen. Lincoln Chafee said he will join California Democrat Sen. Diane Feinstein’s proposal to get rid of the electoral system used to choose U.S. presidents and replace it with a one-person, one-vote popular plebiscite.

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Bush Favors Cuts in Social Security

A leaked White House memo on Social Security suggested on Thursday that President Bush may favor cutting benefits for future retirees as part of a plan to privatize the popular federal program.

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Gonzales Fried Over Torture Memos

U.S. attorney general nominee Alberto Gonzales faced blistering criticism on Thursday for his role in shaping administration policies blamed for contributing to the torture of terror suspects, which Democrats said had put Americans at greater risk.

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Weekend Warriors Face More Active Duty Callups

Stretched thin by the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Army is considering a National Guard and Reserve policy shift that could result in part-timers being called to active duty multiple times for up to two years each time, a senior Army official said Thursday.

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Americans Not Sure About Bush

President Bush prepares to start his second term with an ambitious list of tasks but also a public evenly split about his job performance, an Associated Press poll found.

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Schools Lag in Technology

Schools lag behind much of society in using technology, but students are seeing benefits and clamoring for more access to computers, the government says.

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