1. bajisima

    Sen Warner: Russian cyberattacks much broader than what is reported

    Looks like they may have gotten or tried to get into our voter registration rolls... Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said Russian cyberattacks on U.S. election systems “is much broader than has been reported so far,” according to USA Today...
  2. Winston Parker

    Living under the microscope. Jeb Bush wants to give the NSA broader powers.

    Jeb Bush: NSA Needs Broader Powers To Combat 'Evildoers' The NSA is the most classified and subsidized governmental institution of the USA. The Agency process the info from dozens of internal and international spying programs. By 2010 the NSA received about 1.7 bn emails and phone calls each...
  3. michaelr

    Obama Budget Proposes Broader Unemployment Taxes .

    Obama Budget Proposes Broader Unemployment Taxes I guess jobs are out of the question... In my state there will be a 30% increase to business for unemployment taxes, add this and we have what we call a jobs killer. You can't have 25% of the workforce on government subsidies, it just wont work.
  4. michaelr


    NEW BROADER MISSILE SHIELD AND US/RUSSIAN TENSIONS The link it to the partial story. I have it in full and here it is... Begin Excerpt... The US/Russia controversy over missile defense in Europe has become even more complex now that the Obama administration has announced it will...
  5. W

    Reports Suggest Broader Losses From Mortgages

    Every time economists and Wall Street executives think they have acknowledged the full extent of the losses from the meltdown in real estate mortgages, more bad news turns up. Merrill Lynch said yesterday that it would take a charge for mortgage-related securities on its books that is $3...
  6. E

    Appealing to a broader sense of humanity

    This is ultimately about humanism, and a rant. :) Is it really so hard for us to understand how this relentless political bickering is ultimately counterproductive? I don't mean to render current global events any less significant, because they are--in fact they are really pressing on America...
  7. G

    Oops! White House says spying broader than known: report.

    Millions of telephne records? We got that many terrorists in this country? Oops again! :) Gem :whistling:
  8. M

    Broader Privilege Claimed In Firings

    By Dan Eggen and Amy Goldstein The Washington Post Friday 20 July 2007 White House Says Hill can't pursue contempt cases. Bush administration officials unveiled a bold new assertion of executive authority yesterday in the dispute over the firing of nine U.S. attorneys, saying that...