Friday, January 25, 2008

friday reads

Immigration officials detaining, deporting American citizens

With its international mandate in Iraq set to expire in 11 months, the Bush administration will insist that the government in Baghdad give the United States broad authority to conduct combat operations and guarantee civilian contractors specific legal protections from Iraqi law, according to administration and military officials.

Tomgram: Nick Turse, From the Missing Archives of a Lost War

Hackers Declare War on Scientology with 'Project Chanology

Scott Horton: A Political Prosecution Goes Under the Microscope

On the heels of the RIAA's recent decision to criminalize consumers who rip songs from albums they've purchased to their computers (or iPods), the association has now gone one step further and declared that "remembering songs" using your brain is criminal copyright infringement.

Jerry O'Connell gives valuable insight on acting, the writer's strike, and um . . .

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