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23 November 2007 @ 02:37 pm
"Federal officials are routinely asking courts to order cellphone companies to furnish real-time tracking data so they can pinpoint the whereabouts of drug traffickers, fugitives and other criminal suspects, according to judges and industry lawyers. In some cases, judges have granted the requests without requiring the government to demonstrate that there is probable cause to believe that a crime is taking place or that the inquiry will yield evidence of a crime. Privacy advocates fear such a practice may expose average Americans to a new level of government scrutiny of their daily lives."

"In health centers at hundreds of colleges and universities around the country, young women are paying sharply higher prices for prescription contraceptives because of a change in federal law."

* Democracy in action: so it turns out Musharraf's hand-picked Supreme Court ruled in his favor!
* Where we went wrong in Pakistan.
* Joe Klein on FISA.
* Will this even be useful? Homeland Security tests drones in Houston area.
* How Petraeus plans to fix the Army promotion system.
* Can Homeland Security handle its own paperwork?
* Democrats squabble over social security, including some fudging of the numbers.
* Gail Collins with another quality we don't want in our next president: physical fitness.

Media gadfly Mo Rocca on how to make fun of Obama. And why we should.

Strange Detractor: seagullsprofessorbooty on November 23rd, 2007 10:24 pm (UTC)
Democracy in action: so it turns out Musharraf's hand-picked Supreme Court ruled in his favor!

You see, we *can* spread our vision of democracy to the middle east!
PMMJ: Adult Swim terroristcheetahmaster on November 23rd, 2007 10:34 pm (UTC)
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And here we were doubting The Freedom Agenda.
Tales from a suburban tourist: News:  Bitch Dailyasimplelife on November 24th, 2007 04:32 am (UTC)
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You have seen this? Y/Y?
PMMJ: Comicscheetahmaster on November 24th, 2007 12:29 pm (UTC)
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Heh, good stuff.
Selkiselki on November 24th, 2007 12:02 pm (UTC)
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hahahaha! (sob)