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Good for the ACLU and Jose Padilla!

Jose Padillaby Jacob G. Hornberger

Good for the ACLU! It is taking Jose Padilla’s civil suit to the U.S. Supreme Court for what will hopefully be an adjudication by the highest court in the land as to the power of the U.S. military and the CIA in modern-day American life.

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On Marine Le Pen and Populism

Marine Le PenMarine Le Pen and The French’s Front National are the big winners in the French elections yesterday. France’s Front National scored the best ever presidential campaign first-round result (18% of the votes).

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US and Israel Greater Threat to Iran

IranJust looking at the facts, it appears far more likely that the U.S. will attack Iran again than Iran would attack the U.S. or Israel, America’s Middle East pawn. I say “again” because the U.S. has already an embarrassing record of aggression against Iran, so, if past is prologue, the U.S./Israeli alliance will strike Iran, not the other way around.

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Americans Should Watch Egypt

flagby Jacob G. Hornberger

Egypt is developing into a fascinating situation, one that involves the United States. It’s worth paying attention to in the coming months.

Egypt has been ruled by a brutal military dictatorship for the past 30 years. The regime has been operating under a “state of emergency” during that entire time, one that has enabled the regime to wield and exercise “temporary” emergency powers: the power to take people into custody as suspected terrorists, incarcerate them indefinitely without trial, torture them, and even execute them. They are the same emergency powers that U.S. presidents now wield, thanks to 9/11.

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Protesting for Justice in Bahrain

Carlos Latuff/ MWC NEWSLong-suffering Bahrainis want democratic change. In response, Al Khalifa security forces attack them.

Washington turns a blind eye. So did Formula One's governing body. On April 22, Bahrain's Grand Prix goes on as planned. Protesters call it "blood on the track."

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