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Eddie London and Ku'ulei Funn, editor

ACLU challenges a 'criminal' president

“Americans continue to be outraged by the Bush Administration’s illegal NSA (National Security Agency) spying program,” said American Civil Liberties Union Executive Director Anthony Romero in a recent letter. He proceeded to identify the pattern of behavior that he sees dominating the actions of the U.S. president and his administration: “This president really believes he is above the law. The illegal spying is just a small part of a pattern of abuse that’s undermining the Constitution and abridging our civil liberties,” Romero said. [More]


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Freedom and human rights are universal, not just Western, concepts

Honolulu (East-West Center)—To promote democracy in the Middle East, Anwar Ibrahim, former deputy prime minister of Malaysia, suggested the United States point to Indonesia and Turkey as examples of Muslim democracies. “You can promote this to the Arab world,” he said, “not the American experience but the Indonesian experience, the Turkish experience. This is better because this is homegrown. [More]

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