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Could The Executive Branch Use War In Iraq To Seize More Freedoms?

A very ugly

theory has been making the usual rounds lately. Considering the Patriot Act was passed on October 25th 2001, 98-1, by senators who had not even read the legislation, this theory becomes increasingly ominous.

The theory goes like this: The Bush administration would wait until war began, and worry gripped the homeland, to ram a staggering package of domestic security measures through a Congress silenced by fears of seeming unpatriotic. Such measures would radically expand the executive branch powers already inflated by the 2001 USA Patriot Act.

War Pictures Cause Yellowtimes.Org To Be Shut Down

By Firas Al-Atraqchi

Somebody doesn't like hearing the truth. Okay, for a second, lets scratch that and choose a slightly less politically charged term. Someone doesn't like to be disputed with alternative views, counterclaims, research and fact. Someone wants you, the reading public, to only gather one-sided, monotone, Orwellian dispatch. News the way they "fashion" it.

War Pictures Cause Yellowtimes.Org To Be Shut Down

By Firas Al-Atraqchi

Somebody doesn't like hearing the truth. Okay, for a second, lets scratch that and choose a slightly less politically charged term. Someone doesn't like to be disputed with alternative views, counterclaims, research and fact. Someone wants you, the reading public, to only gather one-sided, monotone, Orwellian dispatch. News the way they "fashion" it.

True Patriotism

Vol. 19, No. 06
March 24, 2003

True Patriotism
by William F. Jasper

Constitutionalists are challenging UN entanglements and the call to war. Some false conservatives are denouncing this principled stand as unpatriotic, even treasonous.

"Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the President or any other public official save exactly to the degree in which he himself stands by the country."

-Theodore Roosevelt

True Patriotism

Vol. 19, No. 06
March 24, 2003

True Patriotism
by William F. Jasper

Constitutionalists are challenging UN entanglements and the call to war. Some false conservatives are denouncing this principled stand as unpatriotic, even treasonous.

"Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the President or any other public official save exactly to the degree in which he himself stands by the country."

-Theodore Roosevelt

The Declaration, the Constitution, and the Brilliance of the Founders

By  Mr. Lawrence W. Reed

Thursday, March 20, 2003

March 4, 2003
Annual Constitution Day
Sponsored by the
Downriver Republican Grassroots Organization (DRGO)
Trenton, Michigan

Thank you for the opportunity to address you tonight.

U.S. MEDIA COVERS UP FOR BUSH

ANTONIA ZERBISIAS, TORONTO STAR - The media's failure to serve the public interest helps explain why, as the Internet audience measurement company Nielsen Net Ratings revealed last month, Americans are turning more and more to news sites outside the country for a more accurate and balanced picture of the world. How else would they have learned, for example, that, as reported by the London Observer on Sunday, the U.S. government had pulled out its bag of "dirty tricks" to spy on recalcitrant members of the United Nations Security Council? 

Libraries post Patriot Act warnings Santa Cruz branches tell patrons that FBI may spy on them

Monday, March 10, 2003

Bob Egelko, Maria Alicia Gaura, Chronicle Staff Writers

Along with the usual reminders to hold the noise down and pay overdue fines, library patrons in Santa Cruz are seeing a new type of sign these days: a warning that records of the books they borrow may wind up in the hands of federal agents.

Freedom of Speech and Dissent in public places

Mall Drops Peace T-Shirt Charges 

March 7, 2003 By Jeanne King 

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The owner of a shopping mall where a lawyer was arrested this week after refusing to take off a T-shirt advocating peace on Thursday opted to drop trespassing charges against him. 

Stephen Downs, 61, was detained on Monday after security guards at the Crossgates Mall near Albany, N.Y., ordered him to take off his shirt that read "Give Peace A Chance" and "Peace on Earth" or leave the mall.