Senate Republicans have been very, very quiet about the AP phone records case.
In his New Rules segment this Friday, Bill Maher took a shot at all of the "gun nuts" out there who are so worried about their 2nd Amendment rights being stripped away, but who, along with a lot of liberals, haven't said anything about the National
While discussing whether our so-called national security apparatus has grown too large and unwieldy in the aftermath of 9-11 on Fox News Sunday, Chris Wallace asks Brit Hume if he thinks Americans' civil liberties are in jeopardy or not. Naturally Hume says he's not concerned and actually goes so far to say that we've responded really reasonably to the attacks on 9-11 because hey, at least we're not locking people up in Japanese internment camps like we did during World War II.
April 01, 2010 FOX News Heather: In one of the few sane segments you're ever going to find on the Glenn Beck Show, Naomi Wolf talks to Beck fill-in N
The smell of victory: A federal judge ruled Wednesday that government investigators illegally wiretapped the phone conversations of an Islamic charit
If nothing else, Republican Senator John Cornyn is an irony producing machine. During the Terri Schiavo affair, the former Texas Supreme Court Justi
From Countdown: A new internal government report reveals that President George W. Bush played a direct role in instructing Alberto Gonzales and Andre
From Countdown: Professor Jonathan Turley discusses the legal implications for former President George Bush if he tried to force his attorney general
Democracy Now's headlines for June 18, 2009. Supporters of Mousavi Hold Mourning Rally in Tehran Iran Accuses US of Meddling in its Internal Aff
Rachel Maddow talks to Bob Baer about the objections from Dianne Feinstein and Jay Rockefeller to the appointment of Leon Panetta to head the CIA.
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