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(latest update of this section on or about 9-16-03)

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-- Muzzling the Media in Wartime (

-- US press sadly lacking in serious war analysis

-- Bush unchallenged by media

-- 'We have a bloated, corrupt and unaccountable military industrial congressional system that thrives on a policy of perpetual war for perpetual peace'

"...we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disasterous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist."

-- Dwight D. Eisenhower, US Republican President, 1961

-- page 815, Dwight David Eisenhower, Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 15th edition, by John Barlett, Little, Brown, and Company, 1980

-- Companies can use new Homeland Security Act to shield their misdeeds

-- Are We Protecting Secrets or Removing Safeguards? (

-- Is the Bush administration using terrorism fears to shield government -- and business -- from public view?

-- The Bush Administration’s Secrecy Policy: A Call to Action to Protect Democratic Values

-- Ashcroft Seeks to Abuse Use of 'Secret Court'

-- Secrets and Lies - Seventy-five little reasons to be terrified of the FISA court. By Dahlia Lithwick

-- Silence About Secrecy (

-- Members hit White House over secrecy

-- 'Homeland Secrecy'

-- Secret funding to affect elections

-- Factory Farms Fancy Secrecy

-- Security, Not Secrecy (

-- Too many secrets

-- The Secret War on Whistle-Blowers

-- Hollywood self-censorship

-- Koppel Says Yes to Military Censorship in Iraq

-- Wolf Blitzer for the Defense (Department)

-- The U.S. propaganda machine is back


-- CNN chief claims US media 'censored' war

-- Media Advisory: Networks Accept Government ‘Guidance’

-- 'many prominent news agencies avoid writing about facts that the United States government does not want the public to read'

-- 'how the American media are softening up public attitudes to war with Iraq'; UK Guardian

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