Growing concern over Bush's abuses of executive power could be the force that unites Democrats, Republicans and libertarians in a broad, nonpartisan effort to defend the Constitution and the rule of law.
The NSA surveillance scandal raises questions about whether
phone companies will become pawns of an Administration bent on
expanding its power.
The CIA is in need of reinvention and a director who can oversee the transformation. Gen. Michael Hayden is not the right man for the job.
The crankily contrarian Neil Young has a knack for making music that reflects the times. Living With War, his blistering attack on the Bush presidency, marks the turning of a cultural tide.
How are AT&T, Sprint, MCI and other telecommunications giants cooperating with the National Security Agency’s warrantless surveillance program?
With hurricane season approaching and another Bush crony at the helm of
FEMA, a few restive lawmakers are seeking real reform for the storm-tossed agency. Whether they
will succeed is another story.
Congress and the American people must challenge the
Administration's assertion that the President can take military action
without consulting Congress.
A political nightmare, with a scriptural spin, tells the true story of two nefarious lords and their faithful servant.
Despite recent press visits, the building of bases in Iraq has not come under much scrutiny. If Congress and opposition Democrats continue to ignore the issue, there will be no withdrawal from Iraq.
Bush is using inflation to pay off the deficits incurred by his Administration, leaving future generations with more problems than just debt.