The police and government of the United Kingdom
are trying to make it as inconvenient as possible to live
your life without presenting ID at every turn in order to
force Britons into relinquishing any notion of personal privacy.
Wants National DNA Database
urinals use tech to warn drunk drivers
Blair: we don't
want conflict with Iran, we're too busy
Planet.tv: It's Getting Better All The Time!
Dems set up ID freedom campaign
Chinese Communist Regime to Strengthen Internet
Hong Kong Reporters Beaten While Conducting an Interview
spy judgements to government: officials
Web will bring privacy nightmare
says FBI tried to spy on City Hall
do you tell a book club from a terrorist cell?
US general denies urging use of dogs in interrogations
Threat of prosecution could be taken too far
Expanded Worker Checks Would Use Faulty System
A dozen Marines may face courts-martial for alleged
to get mobile surveillance system
Post Admits Zonar Fable Contrived
Sources: NSA leak probe includes Congress
Blair arrives for talks with Bush
Desperate for Supporters, DeLay Turns to Stephen Colbert
nuclear weapons 'inevitable'
Might Testify in Libby Case
Pentagon Payoffs To Iraqi Journos, DoD Report Recommends
Border mission for Guard may start next week
CIA Chief Likely to Be in Place This Week
House Leaders Demand FBI Return Documents
More States Want 'Deadly Force' Gun Law
plans to protect Blair from terror attack left in hotel
by White House as it blocks direct talks with Iran
China criticizes Pentagon's military report
2006: Jim Tucker
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