Articles by Paul Joseph Watson
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Last Updated: Wednesday 25th January, 2006, 16:10 GMT

Bush defends spying at home, calls it "terror surveillance"
President Bush is pushing back at critics of his once-secret domestic spying effort, saying it should be called a "terrorist surveillance program" and contending it has the backing of legal experts, lawmakers and the US Supreme Court.


Army Stretched to Breaking Point
Stretched by frequent troop rotations to Iraq and Afghanistan, the Army has become a "thin green line" that could snap unless relief comes soon, according to a study for the Pentagon.

U.S. wiretapping based in law, Gonzales says
Continuing the Bush administration's stepped-up defense of the National Security Agency's eavesdropping program, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales Tuesday cited a long history of military surveillance.

 

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