‘Campaign reform’ on way to Web

Freedom Newspapers The 2004 election cycle marked the first time the Internet played a substantial role in U.S. presidential campaigns, from Howard Dean’s successful Internet fund-raising to publicity for the swift boat veterans to criticism of Dan Rather and “60 Minutes” to scores of individual bloggers. Political scientists and other students of politics could be […]

Providing rights to detainees the right thing to do

Freedom Editorial A decision last month by U.S. District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly to allow three detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention center to have speedy and meaningful access to lawyers is not just correct. It also is an important aspect of restoring a measure of honor to the way the U.S. government has chosen […]