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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

The empire strikes back

The Bush Administration, in a legal response to a lawsuit against AT&T’s collaboration with the government to spy on Americans is taking the position that he can’t discuss why it spies on who it wants, when it wants and by whatever means it wants.

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Telcos parse words with non-denial denials

Verizon Communications Inc. and BellSouth Corp., facing consumer lawsuits seeking massive damages, have issued carefully worded denials of a report that they turned over millions of customers’ calling records to a U.S. spy agency.

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Libby’s lawyer wants reporters’ notes

Former White House aide Lewis “Scooter” Libby’s lawyer asked a federal judge on Tuesday to force news organizations to turn over reporters’ notes, drafts of articles and other material for his trial in the CIA leak case.

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Is Bush nuts?

President Bush proposes that we allow most of the 11 million illegal aliens in the country to stay, and he also wants a guest worker program. Why?

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Bring back Bill Clinton

Recent opinion polls confirm that Bill Clinton, who after eight years in office garnered the highest approval ratings ever recorded for a president at the end of his term, remains immensely popular. This is hardly surprising: under Clinton’s stewardship America enjoyed a booming economy, gargantuan budget surpluses, almost no military conflict, and the respect of the international community.

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Dubya’s desperation

With a boldness nearing desperation, President Bush has staked his dwindling political fortunes on winning passage of a comprehensive immigration reform bill, an issue on which his badly divided Republicans have yet to reach a consensus.

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Working without a net

President Bush is a man on a tightrope, tiptoeing precariously along the thousands of miles of the U.S.-Mexican border — and now he has just looked down and discovered that he has no political safety net.

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