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"Obama's Run Against McCain Begins Today," by David Bromwich, Huffington Post, Mar. 8, 2008
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"McCain's Consistent Folly On Iraq," by Steve Chapman, Reason, Mar. 6, 2008
"Hope In The Time Of NAFTA," by David Sirota, TruthDig, Mar. 6, 2008
"Justice Scalia's Two-Front War," by Simon Lazarus & Harper Jean Tobin, The American Prospect, Mar. 6, 2008
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"The President's Lawyers," by Scott Horton, Harper's, Mar. 11, 2008
"Top U.S. Commander In Middle East Resigns," ABC News, Mar. 11, 2008
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"Bush Explains Veto Of Waterboarding Bill," Associated Press, Mar. 8, 2008
"Court Order Sought In Email Controversy," Associated Press, Mar. 7, 2008
"Fired U.S. Attorney Says Colleague Told Him Politics Was Behind His Ouster," McClatchy Newspapers, Mar. 6, 2008
"No Standing To Lecture On Justice," by Jacob Hornberger, Future of Freedom Foundation, Mar. 5, 2008
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"U.S. May Add Venezuela To Its List Of Terrorist States," McClatchy Newspapers, Mar. 10, 2008
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"The Myth Of The Surge," by Nir Rosen, Rolling Stone, Mar. 6, 2008
"Plight Of Iraqi Women A 'National Crisis,'" Agence France Presse, Mar. 6, 2008
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"Sordid Details On 'Black Site' At Diego Garcia Island Come To Light," by Liliana Segura, AlterNet, Mar. 11, 2008
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"NSA's Domestic Spying Grows As Agency Sweeps Up Data," Wall Street Journal, Mar. 10, 2008
"Not Guilty, But Jailed For Five Years: Al-Arian's Third Hunger Strike Under Way," by Chris Hedges, TruthDig, Mar. 9, 2008
"Another Milestone On The Road To Serfdom," by Scott Horton, Harper's, Mar. 8, 2008
"Advocates Say Ruling Chills Reporters," Associated Press, Mar. 8, 2008
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"National Dragnet Is A Click Away," Washington Post, Mar. 6, 2008
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"Your Papers, Please," American Civil Liberties Union, Mar. 5, 2008
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"The Torturous Logic Of The New York Times," by Marc Cooper, Huffington Post, Mar. 9, 2008
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