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The Courts have ruled for the release of the photos...yet the White House reserves the right to deny the court? Is this not an abuse of power? The White claims national security reasons, but don't you think the judges thought of that when they ruled to release photos? The Salon already got revealed one photo and London Daily Telegraph has described the abuse in some of them. Yes, I know the White House, Gates and Gibbs, ...more »
The Department of Homeland Security must check the citizenship papers of college students so that their college (private) can a give them financial aid. This causes monstrous delays (I work in a university aid office). I don't know who makes the request for citizenship records, the government or the college, but could the government leave the citizenship check to the colleges and universities? There never was a DHS before ...more »
The Federal Reserve is exempt by 1978 Fed. Banking Agency Audit Act from many forms of auditing, esp. on transactions with foreign banks and on any decisions regarding monetary policy.
Can you please open the books of the Federal Reserve, especially on foreign transactions and monetary policy?
Or look into to House of Representatives bill "H.R. 1207" that directly calls for the repeal of those GAO restrictions.
Can you give us all the incidences of warrantless wiretapping done by the government? That is, tell us who has been wiretapped or spied on when, without a warrant. Don't tell me it's for it's for national security purposes; if you spied without a warrant, that is a violation of the public's rights and we need to know the details.