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John Kerry Attacks Bush Over Iraq Policies

The L.A. Times reports on John Kerry’s speech to the Pacific Council yesterday here in Los Angeles. As I reported here earlier today, a group of bloggers from the L.A. area also attended the speech. (David McNew / Getty Images – cropped) Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) harshly criticized the Bush administration for “disdaining diplomacy” in […]

Kennedy Speech Kicks Off 2006 Massachusetts Democratic State Convention

Kicking off the Massachusetts Democratic State Convention on Friday, Senator Ted Kennedy declared his vote against the Iraqi war “the best vote I’ve cast in the United States Senate.” “My vote against this misbegotten war is the best vote I have cast in the United States Senate since I was elected in 1962,” Kennedy told […]

The John Kerry Bloogers Meeting in Los Angeles

Yes… there’s a typo in the title… and, no it’s not my mistake: Yesterday, a group of Los Angeles area bloggers got together with John Kerry in Century City for an informal, off the record chat after the speech he delivered to the Pacific Council. As we made our way from the speech to the […]

John Kerry: Tell Your Senators – Support Senate Joint Resolution 36 to Bring our Combat Troops Home in 2006

Yesterday, after attending a speech that John Kerry delivered to the Pacific Council in Los Angeles, Kerry sat down with a group of L.A. bloggers and discussed a myriad of issues (off the record), including Iraq. During the conversation, he noted that was renewing his push for his call to withdraw our troops from Iraq. […]

Justice Department Wants Companies to Keep Web Usage Records

Big Brother wants to know where you’re surfing… The Justice Department is asking Internet companies to keep records on the Web-surfing activities of their customers to aid law enforcement, and may propose legislation to force them to do so. The director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Robert S. Mueller III, and Attorney General Alberto […]

Federal Judge Allows Lawsuit Against NSA

A federal judge gave the go ahead for the hearings in a legal challenge to a warrantless domestic spying program run by the NSA. U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor also criticized the Justice Department for failing to respond to the legal challenge, The Detroit News reported Friday. The NSA and the Justice Department declined […]