PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

Is Cheney behind the widening domestic surveillance by the administration? The LATimes notes the public is still forming opinions, so now is the crucial hour that we need solid information.

"Not a single state will have a highly qualified teacher in every core class this school year as promised by President Bush's education law."

Unfairly imprisoned by the administration? Sorry, we can't talk about that. Case dismissed.

I heard it on NPR: the lawsuits over New Hampshire's Phonegate continue.

Life from inside Warren Jeffs's polygamous cult. Also, turning a blind eye to the abuse, the present but missing parents, a profile of Jeffs, and detailing the failed raid on the sect in 1953.

* How the NSA program is further blurring lines on privacy. Verizon sued for selling phone records to the NSA, while the administration steps in to try and stop a lawsuit against AT&T.
* The military remains divided on how to fight the Iraqi insurgency.
* Federal agents search the home of a former CIA official in widening corruption probe.
* The Pentagon disagrees with the GAO on veterans' mental health care.
* "I am here to report two conversations with two very different Americans on the subject of President Bush."
* The challenge of creating a gay-inclusive school curriculum.
* Charlie Kaufman as one of the best writers in a generation.

'A shortage of jail beds puts career criminals back on the streets, where they often commit new offenses.'

"Brazil's Stonehenge" discovered.

Ten things we didn't know this time last week.
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