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      Feingold Will Introduce Resolution To Censure President Bush


      "What the President did by consciously and intentionally violating the constitutional laws of this country with this illegal wiretapping has to be answered."

      Video & Transcript


      Relating To The Censure Of President Bush:

      Whereas George W. Bush repeatedly misled the public..... Pdf format

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      By Nathan Diebenow

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      Audio & Transcript

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      Kill them all:

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      James Bamford: Big Brother Is Listening:

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      College professor is queried on his links to Venezuela.:

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      In case you missed it?:

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