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Joe Miller, the "Irrational Blogger," and the Right's Even More Irrational View of Free Speech

Earlier this month, Alaska Senate candidate Joe Miller announced that he would no longer be answering questions from the press about his "background" and "personal issues" -- issues including his possible past use of government computers to do campaign work.

A Kind of Fascism Is Replacing Our Democracy

By Sheldon S. Wolin

Sheldon S. Wolin is emeritus professor of politics at Princeton University and the author of "Politics and Vision: The Presence of the Past" and "Alexis de Tocqueville: Between Two Worlds."

July 18, 2003

Sept. 11, 2001, hastened a significant shift in our nation's self-understanding. It became commonplace to refer to an "American empire" and to the United States as "the world's only superpower."

"Democracy Is Under Attack - Let's Take it Back"

Harlem, USA - July 31, 2003 

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As the credibility of the US government unravels across the board, former Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, now completely vindicated in her open questions about the government's account of 9/11, is making her presence felt throughout America.

How you can pay bills in blink of an eye

JULIA HORTON HEALTH REPORTER

14 Jul 2003 

A LOTHIAN firm has developed a futuristic iris scanner which will allow the public to pay bills in an instant.

Said to be the first of its kind in Europe, the machine represents the latest in cash-free payment systems.

It works by scanning the unique image of a person’s iris to confirm their identity. The user looks into a camera for a few seconds while a video image is taken to be cross-referenced with a database.

A Kind of Fascism Is Replacing Our Democracy

By Sheldon S. Wolin

July 18, 2003

Sheldon S. Wolin is emeritus professor of politics at Princeton University and the author of "Politics and Vision: The Presence of the Past" and "Alexis de Tocqueville: Between Two Worlds."

Sept. 11, 2001, hastened a significant shift in our nation's self-understanding. It became commonplace to refer to an "American empire" and to the United States as "the world's only superpower."

Celebrate Freedom with "The Concept Conversion Trick"

July is America's celebration of independence, so as 300 million people dwell on this subject may I share this thought about freedom with you.

This is a excerpt from the book 'Passport to International Profit" from the 70s. I believe that this idea is even truer today than it was 30+ years ago.

TOWN CRIMINALIZES COMPLIANCE WITH PATRIOT ACT

May 18, 2003 

ARCATA, California (AP) -- More than 100 cities and one state have passed resolutions condemning the USA Patriot Act, saying it gives the federal government too much snooping power. But in this liberal fold of Northern California's Redwood Curtain, a simple denouncement just doesn't go far enough. 

Patriotism, Mom, and the Bums

May 15, 2003

War always seems to bring out a certain kind of patriotism we’d be better off without: the “love it or leave it” variety. A lot of people assume that patriotism means supporting any war your government chooses to get into — or, in this case, any war your president even wants to get into. Some people took it even further, hoping for an even bigger war than President Bush had in mind.