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American Civil Liberties Union: The Senate passed an unconstitutional spying bill and granted sweeping immunity to phone companies. Obama had promised

American Civil Liberties Union: The Senate passed an unconstitutional spying bill and granted sweeping immunity to phone companies. Obama had promised to filibuster this measure. He didn't. Let's do something!

Freewayblogger: Gas pump blogging

Mugsy's Rap Sheet: High gas prices may prove to be just another tool for stealing elections.

Consortiumnews: Mukaskey is Bush's new Mr. Coverup. He acts more like a crime family consigliere than the chief law enforcement officer of the US.

Where's the Outrage? For everyone over the age of 25, we've been here before. In late 1970s, as oil prices began to skyrocket, we had a debate in this country over oil and energy independence.

Blue Jersey: More confirmation that the GOP and cohort aren't merely insensitive to overt racism when lauding Helms. It's a defining characteristic of the party.

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