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Monday, March 1, 2004 New pages by 10 a.m. Monday-Friday
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Government's pursuit of personal data lives on Several federal agencies are using the personal data of U.S. citizens to pinpoint terrorist activity, a practice that a secretive Pentagon program was pursuing before Congress axed its funding amid fears it would be used to spy on Americans.

Brad's Ten-Foot Poll RESULT
posted 9am-7:30pm Monday March 1, 2004
The FCC crackdown on radio and TV vulgarity and obscenity
Will change broadcasting
20
10%
Will blow over pretty soon
57
28%
Is already fading from memory
19
10%
Was pure postering and posing from the beginning
104
52%
Total votes 200
 

Behind the media's new propriety
An 'indecency' crackdown is part grass roots, part politics
Election-year media swipes date back at least to the Nixon administration, when Vice President Spiro Agnew argued that major TV networks showed a liberal bias in news coverage and programming. Most famously, Vice President Dan Quayle complained in 1992 that the TV show "Murphy Brown" promoted bad values when its title character had a baby out of wedlock.

 

CBS poll: Bush tied with Democrats

Democrats energized for a big vote Tuesday's 10-state primary could seal the nomination for Kerry

Election Commission questioning Sharpton's spending

Yes, electronic voting is still unreliable "Rob Behler isn't saying Max Cleland's Senate seat was stolen by rigged electronic voting machines, but he insists it could have been. Mr. Behler, who helped prepare Georgia's machines for the 2002 election, says secret computer codes were installed late in the process.

 


Rocky Mountain high — if you like smog

National park suffers haze days from Denver ozone

Crooked prosecutors taint Texas justice system "..the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals .. took the incredible position that it didn't matter that prosecutors cheated to win because Banks' time for appealing that important issue had run out."

ACLU alleges Texas prisoners used as sex slaves "Texas' official investigation of a convict's allegations of sexual slavery and torture was a whitewash to cover up the prison system's refusal to stop the abuse, the American Civil Liberties Union charges.

Plan to allow transsexuals into Games on back burner

Old law gives DeLay new trouble Travis County prosecutors, using a law first passed in 1907, are investigating whether [House Majority Leader Tom] DeLay's operatives committed a felony by breaking the only major restriction on campaign finance in Texas -- a ban on using corporate or labor union money to influence elections.

This is the issue which Harvey Kronberg of QuorumReport.com has been discussing for several weeks on my program.

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Hit-run driver dragged man more than 8 miles

Latest Windows threat: Browser hijacking

America Online is back to selling only dial-up modem access. AOL said it stopped offering any new AOL plans that include high-speed Internet service on Jan. 31.


Power wheelchair industry in chaos under new Medicare rules Unless the government changes its mind, the Scooter Store, based in New Braunfels, Texas, will absorb the loss.

German TV show tests how low people will go

OPINION
Reaction to "Passion.." shows media's disdain for religion

 

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