News and Analysis (10/21/10)

“Federal Judge Milan Smith said it was ‘repugnant to the Constitution’ for the government to say it ‘has the power to arrest and detain or restrict American citizens for months on end … merely because the government wants to investigate them for possible wrongdoing’ “:

New developments on the story of Anwar al-Awlaki raise questions as whether the US intelligence community really knows who the terrorists and radicals are:

“Only successful comprehensive negotiations can provide both Israel and Iran with the confidence to get off a course that could lead to mutual destruction…. Why, in God’s name, should comprehensive negotiations be a last resort rather than a first step?”:

Cindy Sheehan criticizes the Obama administration for abuse of power, lies, and disrespect for civil liberties:

Et tu, Juan? Juan Williams shares his fears of Muslims on airplanes with Bill O’Reilly:

In his call for an election boycott, ElBaradei “charges that the conditions for a free vote have deteriorated since the last elections in 2005”:






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