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Liberty NewsWire – November 23, 2011

The Transportation Security Administration says passengers will likely notice fewer pat-downs of children and other changes at airports over this long weekend, the busiest travel days of the year. – The Hill Thanksgiving Provides Test for New TSA Procedures – The Hill Euro on "Death Watch"? – CNBC Russia Could Target Missile Defense Sites – […]


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Liberty NewsWire: November 22, 2011

The Air Transport Association expects 2 percent fewer people will fly this Thanksgiving week compared with last year, while AAA projects a 4 percent increase in automobile travel. As the T.S.A. observes its 10th anniversary, it also faces lawsuits over the legality of its passenger searches, growing scrutiny of the cost-effectiveness of its screening measures, questions about […]


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How Many Wars Does President Obama Want?

It seems so very long ago when President Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.  He got it only because he hadn't had enough time to start any new wars.  But he's sure been busy since then! He's made Afghanistan his own war, with more American dead since he took office than before.  He […]


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Liberty NewsWire: November 21, 2011

In a significant failure for the United States in the Mideast, more than a dozen spies working for the CIA in Iran and Lebanon have been caught and the U.S. government fears they will be or have been executed, according to four current and former U.S. officials with connections to the intelligence community. – ABC News CIA […]


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More Nagging About Iran

There are apparently some Americans who are so interested in bringing about a war with Iran that they are willing to do or say anything to achieve that aim.  An op-ed was featured in today’s New York Times by Reuel Gerecht and Mark Dubowitz of the neocon Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.  The article […]


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