Bush Wins on Wiretaps - Times Plays It (Mostly) Straight

Reporter Eric Lichtblau, notorious killer of classified anti-terrorist programs, gives Bush his victory due, but also calls a key aspect of the program "divisive." But how divisive was it? The ...

The Times Spies Phony Dangers in FISA Legislation

The Times ventures where even the ACLU fears to tread: "Broad new surveillance powers approved by Congress this month could allow the Bush administration to conduct spy operations that go well ...

Times' Disappointment As Bush's Wiretapping Bill Sails Through Congress

Jim Rutenberg: "Democratic memories are still fresh with attacks Mr. Bush used in 2004 against Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts, a presidential rival he portrayed as 'weak on terror.' That Mr. ...

Times Still Twisting Anti-Terror Tactic Into "Domestic Surveillance"

A program monitoring overseas calls from terror suspects in the U.S. becomes a "domestic surveillance program."

The Times TwistsTerrorist Surveillance Into "Domestic Eavesdropping"

The Times misleads again on the details of the administration's "domestic" terror surveillance program that allegedly "eavesdrops" on Americans.
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