Monday, May 29, 2006

NSA DNA DAVINCI

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Criminal KinshipSlouching toward a DNA database nation. Ronald Bailey (5/19)Paranoia on Main StreetThe Da Vinci Code befuddles the culture warriors Jesse Walker (5/18)Inconvenient Uncertainties and Moral AmbiguitiesAl Gore's blurry vision of the apocalypse Ronald Bailey (5/17)Hiding in Plain Sight Immigration Minefield... Red State Baiting... and more! Reason Express (5/16)The Mideast's Land of ParadoxWar, peace, and cab rides in the Holy Land Cathy Young (5/16)The Future Is NowThe Tofflers return for more shock therapy Nick Gillespie (5/15)Phone Phollies Reason gives the NSA something to listen to: A roundup of reporting on the NSA's domestic-calls dragnet (5/12)Hizbullah's Double-Edged Deterrent Who wants to take a bullet for Iran? Michael Young (5/11)The Strange Case of Steve Wilson How a fraudulent crusader snookered the left-and is threatening the First Amendment John F. Sugg (5/10)Pop Out The new school beverage policy won’t make students noticeably thinner Jacob Sullum (5/10)Gloss on GossTorture Death Hayden Ride... Make Room! Make Room!... and more! Reason Express (5/9)Defend America, Buy More Iranian OilEnergy independence isn't a good national security strategy Shikha Dalmia (5/8)Dropping Our GuardProtect America's infrastracture? Congress has better things to do Jonathan Rauch (5/8)"Go back to Italy you *&^%&&^% WOP"!Viewers respond to Reason Editor Nick Gillespie's recent O'Reilly Factor appearance (5/5)I Want My IPTVWhy has the United States become a broadband backwater? Andy Glass (5/4)Illegal Immigrants are Paying a Lot More Taxes Than You ThinkEight million illegals pay Social Security, Medicare, and income taxes Shikha Dalmia (5/3)Worse Than a WallThe immigration solution everyone agrees on may end up hurting the most Kerry Howley (5/2)Three Views on Iraq, Three Years Later A trio of analysts debates the current state of the region. Michael Young, Leon Hadar, and Tom G. Palmer (5/1)

Borders Without VisasLet's live up to the promise of NAFTA and allow a free flow of people in North America Tim Cavanaugh (5/23)How Did You Vote During the War, Daddy?Why public disenchantment with the war likely won't matter come November Brian Doherty (5/22)Everything Is Not IlluminatedBe Very, Very Quiet: We're portraying the prophet Muhammad Tim Cavanaugh (5/19)Unliberty BellsPhone guys—fascists or fellow-travelers? Jeff A. Taylor (5/19)Why Did Luttig Quit?How Bush alienated one of his most compliant judges Harvey A. Silverglate (5/18)When Bigots Become ReformersThe Progressive Era's shameful record on race. Damon W. Root (5/18)Nothing PersonalIs the NSA’s phone call database legal because the president says so? Jacob Sullum (5/17)Building a Better DoghouseMainstream liberals take on the media David Weigel (5/16)Bush's Border BuffooneryNon-binding, non-militarized non-solutions to a non-problem Nick Gillespie (5/16)Sleepwalking Into History, Kennedy Style How Patrick Kennedy's dangerous driving became Ambien's fault John Tabin (5/15)The Federal Budget's Long Emergency Got a boondoggle you're not proud of? Stick it in a supplemental appropriations bill Véronique de Rugy (5/15)The Long Arm of the Drug War Washington quashes yet another mild reform in a neighboring country Brian Doherty (5/12)Moonshine MirageGrowing our way to energy independence? Ronald Bailey (5/12)You're Already Part of the Phenomenon Jesus: A conspiracy vaster than anything in The Da Vinci Code Tim Cavanaugh (5/11)Vouching for Newark One of America's most-maligned cities gets set to elect pro-school choice leadership David Weigel (5/9)The Iron Curtain Falls AgainRussia's retreat into fear and repression Cathy Young (5/9)Right-Wing P.C.How conservatives learned to stop worrying and love political correctness Jesse Walker (5/8)

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