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Thursday, January 19, 2006
Under the guise of fighting pornography, the Bush administration, fresh off its attempt to revoke the Fourth Amendment with its widespread NSA warrantless wiretaps and sharing of this information with other agencies, is now subpoenaing Google for "a broad range of material from its databases, including a request for 1 million random Web addresses and records of all Google searches from any one-week period, lawyers for the U.S. Justice Department said in papers filed Wednesday in federal court in San Jose."
This is "part of an effort to revive an Internet child protection law that was struck down two years ago by the U.S. Supreme Court on free-speech grounds."
And these opponents of the Bill of Rights call their opponents anti-American?
Meanwhile, bin Laden has just issued a new taped threat.
Whatever happened to Bush's saying of "Wanted Dead or Alive"?