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Live Link, Missouri radio Tuesday (2/14) evening

I will be on the Peter McCandless radio show on Tuesday, 2/14, from 6 to 7 pm Eastern time.  Peter’s show is on KCXL 1140 AM in Liberty, Missouri. The “listen live” link is at http://www.petermacshow.com/ Should be a rollicking good discussion!

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L.A. Times: Are You a Suspected Terrorist?

The Los Angeles Times ran my op-ed today on the array of wacko definitions of suspected terrorists that the Bush administration has devised since 9/11.   Here are some outtakes of the piece: PRESIDENT BUSH and Atty. Gen. Alberto Gonzales insist that the National Security Agency’s warrantless wiretapping of American citizens is a necessary “terrorist surveillance […]

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Bush Now Entitled to Kill at Home?

The February 13 issue of Newsweek reveals that President Bush is entitled to order killings here in the United States, the same as he has been doing around the globe for the last few years. Newsweek notes that, “Steven Bradbury, acting head of the Justice department’s Office of Legal Counsel [the office which in 2002 […]

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On New England Public Radio Monday (1/30) Morning

WAMC, Northeast Public Radio, will broadcast a lively interview that Joe Donahue taped with me on Monday morning (1/30).   According to their website, it will apparently be featured sometime between 10:25 am and noon Eastern time.   If anyone  has more specific information on when the interview will play, please let me know and I will revise this […]

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Introduction chapter of Attention Deficit Democracy now online

Lew Rockwell kindly posted the Introduction chapter of Attention Deficit Democracy on his website today. Following is the introduction to I parsed for the posting – Is American democracy in a death spiral? Why do Americans tolerate so many lies and abuses from their rulers? Why have Americans permitted the U.S. government to shred their rights? […]

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“Credo” from Attention Deficit Democracy

Credo for the New American Patriotism I believe: That politicians are more honest than they seem; That government is more competent than it appears; That government is benevolent, regardless of how much it wastes or how many people it harms; That citizens must trust the government, regardless of how often it lies; That democracy is […]

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