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Posted on: Nov 21, 2005, Source: Village Voice

Guantánamo prisoners in federal court are protesting their "humane treatment."

Posted on: Jan 5, 2005, Source: Village Voice

Will Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld ever have to take the heat for the torture that happened on his watch?

Posted on: Dec 14, 2004, Source: Village Voice

The Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee lack the grit or the will to stop Alberto Gonzales.

Posted on: Nov 16, 2004, Source: Village Voice

Despite Bush's self-proclaimed mandate, Congress and the courts are setting up serious road blocks to a renewal of the Patriot Act.

Posted on: Nov 3, 2004, Source: Village Voice

The president says he opposes torture; his leadership supports it. Who will prevail?

Posted on: Oct 19, 2004, Source: Village Voice

The only chance for the survivors of Darfur may be a mass divestment campaign.

Posted on: Jul 20, 2004, Source: Village Voice

Human rights group are hoping to expose our secret interrogation centers aroound the world.

Posted on: Jul 12, 2004, Source: Village Voice

The President is commander in chief of the armed forces but he is not commander in chief of the rest of us.

Posted on: Jun 14, 2004, Source: Village Voice

Jose Padilla remains gagged, but the Justice Department thinks it can tell 'his' story.

Posted on: May 27, 2004, Source: Village Voice

Even the Justice Department has to admit it is losing the fight for the Patriot Act.

Posted on: Apr 12, 2003, Source: Village Voice

Our most basic civil liberties are under attack and the media doesn't seem to notice or care.

Posted on: Feb 12, 2002, Source: Village Voice

The FBI is using tactics to track down potential terrorists that would make J.Edgar Hoover proud.

Posted on: Dec 4, 2001, Source: The Progressive

Looking at the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2001 in historical context, it is clear that playing fast and loose with civil liberties is a bad idea.

Posted on: Nov 18, 2001, Source: Village Voice

Congress overwhelmingly passed an anti-terrorism bill that, as the ACLU says, gives "enormous, unwarranted power to the executive branch unchecked by meaningful judicial review."