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How the Doomsday Project Led to Warrantless Surveillance and Detention after 9/11 by Peter Dale Scott
Everyone knows that warrantless surveillance and detention arose in the wake of 9/11. But few know that the machinery that Dick Cheney and others used to pull it off was born in the Atomic Age. Peter Dale Scott exposes the maneuvers in this excerpt from his new book, “American Deep State.”
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Who in the Democratic Party is banking everything on getting the Keystone XL pipeline built?
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