The White House will push Congress to ‘make it easier to wiretap the internet’.
Posts Tagged ‘law’
Tags: civil liberties, FBI, internet surveillance, law, libertarian, NSA, Obama Administration, US, US Congress, warrantless wiretapping program
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Kevin Carson on the most evil PSYOPS of statism: accepting the murder of the state.
Tags: criminal justice system, Kevin Carson, law, liberty, Nancy Grace, Newspeak, prisons, Wendy Murphy
Kevin Carson on the criminal injustice system ‘shrills’ pushing the narrative that the letter of the law aides criminals against so-called ‘crime fighters’.
Report: Government Scientist Concedes 300% More Oil in Gulf Than Estimated, 90% of Gushed Oil ‘Unaccounted For’Posted: 19 August 2010 by Little Alex in National News
Tags: Bill Lehr, BP, corporatism, Deepwater Horizon, environment, Gulf of Mexico, Gulf oil spill, law, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Newspeak, Transocean, University of Georgia, University of South Florida, US
Today, N.O.A.A. senior scientist told Congress that he was wrong about how much oil gushed into the Gulf, how much remains and conceded almost all of it is not accounted for, days after academic researchers ripped his two-week-old report to shreds. Documents reveal BP is withholding information from Transocean regarding the April 20 explosion that caused the gusher.
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The first military commission of a detainee renditioned to the U.S. detention center at Guantánamo Bay under the Obama Administration opened Tuesday. Omar Khadr, a Canadian citizen, was kidnapped eight years ago in Afghanistan at the age of 15 by the U.S. military, threatened with rape in detention at the U.S. air base at Bagram, transferred to Guantánamo where he was tortured until he confessed that he threw a grenade that killed a U.S. soldier. Monday evening, Texas A&M at Qatar associate professor Todd Kent noted that it will likely not be a political issue for the Adminsitration because the mainstream media is downplaying it, though criminal justice is a large part of the president’s avatar, at Al Jazeera English’s “Inside Story”—which focused on the coming so-called ‘trial’ (23:41):
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Alan Grayson got grilled by Scott Horton on U.S. military welfare for Israel and blowback.
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Jason Leopold, deputy managing editor at Truthout, reports on the Physicians for Human Rights report, “Experiments in Torture: Human Subject Research and Evidence of Experimentation in the ‘Enhanced’ Interrogation Program.”
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Kevin Carson on the government-forced liability cap for the oil industry.