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Eurasian Auto Repair
11234 Gordon Rd
Thur Dec 29 2005
Hit count for 2005 has been 24-million-plus
Americans split on feds listening in
Half of Americans say Bush has the right to OK the secret NSA program
|Brad's Ten-Foot Poll on Eavesdropping---RESULT
|posted 830a-1030p Thur Dec 29 2005|
If the government feels it's necessary for national security, do you mind the feds tapping your telephone line?
|Yes, I mind
|No, I don't mind
Total votes 374-
And along that same line, how 'bout the feds reading your
email, or snail mail, or voice mail, or text messages? Those okay with you
too? Looking in your bedroom window? Checking your Google searches? Following
your cookie4s to see where you go on the internet?
NSA website planted 'cookies'
The National Security Agency's Internet site has been placing files on visitors' computers that can track their Web surfing activity despite strict federal rules banning most of them.
Bush schedules BAMC visit this Sunday
Abramoff's fall is surpassing his rise
Central figure in congressional corruption scandal was an ingenious dealmaker who trampled the norms of doing business in Washington. ".. could become the biggest congressional corruption scandal in generations."
Mexicans call border fence plan "disgraceful"
Mexico will not "permit and will not be authorizing a foolishness like this wall that is being planned," Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Ernesto Derbez said.
U.S. partners dwindling in numbers, size
Coalition forces dropped from 50,000 to 23,000, and 14 nations pulled out since '03.
Story with a cat, cage, rock, icy river and firemen
Audit finds FEMA 'overburdened' (gee, who knew?)
DENVER ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS SPECIAL REPORT
They are the troops that nobody wants to see, carrying a message that no military family ever wants to hear. It begins with a knock at the door.