Last week many Americans discovered that their government is spying on them. We are not sure how many of them had a hunch such a thing was happening, though since 9/11, the signing of the Patriot Act, and various government snooping stories, we would guess the number to be very high. Many rightblog ... More >>
A year ago Sunday, Congress shelved the Stop Online Privacy Act and the Protect IP Act after millions of concerned Internet users expressed outrage over a bill they believed threatened the freedom of the Internet. The most memorable of those expressions of outrage against SOPA came a year ago Fri ... More >>
After his first year, Obama shows his true face
Much has been hidden from the new president by the Bush team
The new president and Congress need something to help make this America again. They need you.
Once again, Ralph Nader has thrown his hat into the presidential race. The perennial candidate spoke with the Voice about corporate greed, impeaching Bush and why he thinks Obama and Clinton are one in the same. Village Voice: What made you decide to run for president again? Ralph Nader: Same rea ... More >>
A missing Queens soldier becomes a journo-political pawn
Backtracking on warrantless surveillance, president still scorns privacy rights.
Senate Judiciary Committee chair intent on rescuing Bush from felony charges
A judge who came out of the civil rights movement teaches Bush the Constitution.
Arlen Specter and a CIA torture victim know: Only the Oval Office decides what the law is
The administration censors internal probe of lawbreaking by the Oval Office and the NSA
Asked directly by the U.S. Senate, Alberto Gonzales won't say
Team Bush digs in heels on domestic wiretaps
Son revisits the sins of the father on America
The son revisits the sins of the father on America
The NYC subway-bus strike and the slow death of the American pension system
The story is Bush's spying, not the story's messenger
A Justice Department honcho confesses: 'We are losing the fight for the Patriot Act'
Watchdog Color-Codes Government Infringements on Privacy
Senator Schumer Pushes to Make Covert Surveillance Easier
While the Ruins of the World Trade Center Smoldered, the Bush Administration Launched an Assault on the Constitution
Has the Attorney General Been Reading Franz Kafka?
FBI in Libraries and Bookstores
Giving the FBI a Blank Warrant
Haste Could Lay Waste to Liberty