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"Science," the Greek word for knowledge, when appended to the word "political," creates what seems like an oxymoron. For who could claim to know politics? More complicated than any game, most people who play it become addicts and die without understanding what they were addicted to. The rest of us suffer under their malpractice as our "leaders." A truer case of the blind leading the blind could not be found. Plumb the depths of confusion here.

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CONCLUSION

We write in the first person plural because, though one of us left this project at the end of January 2007, it remained, until the final period was put in the proper place by our fabulous production editor, Beth Pearson, a collaborative endeavor involving both of us. Together we planned and revised chapters, abandoned dead ends, fretted over the Bush administration's contempt for human life, human rights, the rule of law, our Constitution, and the idea of a nation as commonweal in which we all have a stake.

We also argued over sentence length.

Yet we're wildly optimistic that the state of our republic will improve. The healing of our very sick body politic -- and the restoration of constitutional government -- began the day after the 2006 elections.

Our optimism is informed not so much by our stewards of the public trust in Washington but by the workaday American heroes in Oregon, South Carolina, Colorado, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Texas ... people from both political parties and people from no political party. The principled women and angry men who stand up to the bullies, bastards, and ideologues who have hijacked our government and came dangerously close to destroying a document created by colonial subjects resolved to re-create themselves as citizens of a constitutional democracy.

The fight ain't over. But it's the courage and intelligence of the men and women we encountered while working on this book, and the courage and skill of the lawyers who went to court with them, that limited the damage George W. Bush has done to our Constitution since he took the oath of office in January 2001. (Our reporting has disabused us of the common notion that the current programmatic assault on our constitutionally guaranteed civil liberties began only after the terrorist attacks of September 2001.)

If they belong to a profession held in lower regard than loan sharks, every lawyer we came to know while working on this book is a public good in his or her own right. While defending their clients, they're defending our Constitution. Some work for the American Civil Liberties Union, the Center for Constitutional Rights, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, the National Lawyers Guild, People For the American Way, and the oxymoronic Texas Civil Rights Project. Others have no institutional affiliation but, in the spirit of the late Maury Maverick, Jr., of San Antonio, can't seem to pass up a good fight when they see one.

Judges are lawyers, too. The Article III judiciary is the crown jewel of our democratic form of government: 875 judges, appointed for life and therefore completely insulated from political pressure. "For life" means George W. Bush's legacy on the federal bench will still be in place when George and Laura's twin daughters are sexagenarians playing croquet on the lawn at Kennebunkport. The harm Bush and Cheney have inflicted on the federal bench should keep us all awake at night. The country is still blessed with a (diminishing) number of federal judges who refuse to exchange our freedom for a false security. And just as a blind hog can find an acorn once in a while, George W. Bush can appoint a gem of a jurist, like Judge John E. Jones III, of the Middle District of Pennsylvania. But if you see something we don't in the current crop of white Republican men who would be president and are promising to keep fear alive, Guantanamo open, and the federal courts in the hands of the Federalist Society, please call. If we don't hear from you, we'll assume you're writing your checks, walking your blocks, and working the phone banks to elect the woman or man who will begin the hard work of cleaning up the mess the "loyal Bushies" will have left us after eight interminable years.

We recognize the dedicated public service of Republican senators Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe (and former senator Lincoln Chafee), who refused to drink the Kool-Aid with Dick Cheney. But we also know that none of them could compete with the flat-earthers who make the cut in today's Republican presidential primary. Our continued optimism is contingent on who ends up in the White House in January 2009. And in control of the Senate, where federal judges are confirmed. And in an American public that will continue to elect officials who recognize the Constitution as the document that created and defines our republic.

So we conclude our conclusion. Never hesitant to recycle a good line when we find one, we'll quote ourselves quoting Matthew Chapman. It was Matthew who reminded us of the democratic social evolution by which the best and the brightest in this country rise to the occasion to do the very best for the country. A British expat living in New York (and the great-great-grandson of Charles Darwin), Matthew was covering the Pennsylvania courtroom fight between eleven parents who sued to keep the Book of Genesis out of their kids' high school biology classroom and a radical religious school board that considered the Bible foundational science.

There was a dead silence by the time one of those parents concluded a witness-stand soliloquy that no one sitting in the courtroom that September afternoon in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, will ever forget.

There are a lot of people that don't care. But I care. It crosses my line.... There have been letters written about the plaintiffs. We've been called atheists, but we're not. I don't think it matters to the Court, but we're not. We're said to be intolerant of other views. Well, what am I supposed to tolerate? A small encroachment on my First Amendment rights? Well, I'm not going to. I think this is clear what these people have done. And it outrages me.


It was Matthew, sitting in the jury box where reporters were watching the trial, who turned to his American colleagues and said in a whisper, "You know, I think the people we're looking at here are the very best of your country."

Spot-on, as we say in Texas.

Raise hell.

Keep fightin'.

And don't forget to laugh once in a while.
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Three weeks before her death at the end of January 2007, Molly Ivins was bedfast, nearing the end of a protracted struggle with metastastic cancer, and I was flying to New Jersey to interview one of the subjects of this book. I assured her that I would tell her about the interview as soon as I returned to Austin. "No," she said firmly, "call me as soon as you finish the interview." This book was Molly's project, the Bill of Rights her great love, writing her life's mission. We worked together pitching the book to Random House, and then shaping, reporting, and revising chapters. Molly wasn't inclined to let go. Not even when I returned from New Jersey to find her in Seton Hospital in Austin, less than a week before she returned to her South Austin home to die. From her hospital bed, in a voice so soft it was almost inaudible, she explained how we could best tell the story of the Bush administration's program to quash the First Amendment free-speech rights of American citizens who dared to criticize the president. This was what she cared about. Her determination to stay in the game was remarkable.

To recognize one of the authors of a book in the book's acknowledgments is unusual. We were working in unusual circumstances. Molly was a rare and dedicated professional, who twice a week in more than three hundred newspapers reminded people that they were not alone even if their political views didn't square with what the administration was selling. Harder to acknowledge is the loss of a colleague, a generous friend, and a very courageous woman.

Betsy Moon, Molly's inimitable personal assistant and friend, held this book project together under the most difficult circumstances. Charlotte McCann, who spends most of her time as publisher of The Texas Observer, was an invaluable colleague, providing research, editing, and constructive criticism. Our agent, Dan Green, in New York, moved this book from a proposal to its current form, again guiding us through paper processes that most writers find daunting and providing invaluable editorial suggestions. In Hamburg, Jim Lacy made critical connections for us and Tine Muller provided translations of books and documents used that allowed us to tell Murat Kurnaz's story. At Random House, Dan Menaker started this project and Jonathan Jao saw it to completion. And as she has on all of our previous books with Random House, associate copy chief Beth Pearson turned a rough manuscript into a book. Jeanne Goka-Dubose provided support, as well as criticism and commonsense advice rooted in the reality-based culture.
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SOURCE NOTES

CHAPTER ONE: INDEPENDENCE DAY


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Baur, Terri. Telephone interview by LD, January 5, 2007.

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Howards, Steven. Telephone interview by LD, January 23, 2007.

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CHAPTER TWO A ZONE OF THEIR OWN

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Thurmond, J. Strom, Jr. "As Court Ruled, Bursey's Free Speech Not Trampled," The State (Columbia, S.C.), January 12, 2004.

___. E-mail communication with LD, March 13, 2007.

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Vlajos, Kelly Beaucar. "New Patriot Act Provision Creates Tighter Barrier to Officials at Public Events," Fox News, January 31, 2006.

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CHAPTER THREE: THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT

"AG Threatens to Prosecute Media over Leaks," Fox News, May 27, 2006.

Bates, Stephen. "The Reporter's Privilege, Then and Now," (Research Paper R-23, the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, April 2000).

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The Charlie Rose Show, transcript, July 6, 2006.

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Garbus, Martin. On the Media, National Public Radio, February 26, 2007.

---. Interview by LD, San Francisco, March 8, 2007.

---. Telephone interview by LD, March 15, 2007.

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In re Grand Jury Subpoena, Subpoenaed Party Joshua Wolf. United States District Court for the Northern District of California (Subpoenaed Party's Answer to OSC Re: Contempt), July 17, 2006.

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CHAPTER FOUR: DARWIN ON TRIAL

"A Not So Intelligent Design: Bush Does Science a Disservice," editorial, Philadelphia Daily News, August 4, 2005.

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Caruso, Lisa. "Catholic Conservatives' New Advocates," The National Journal, September 3, 2005.

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___. "Dover OK's Buckingham's Resignation," The York (Pa.) Dispatch, August 2, 2005.

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Roward, Rev. Edward. Response to author's question regarding the testimony of John F. Haught, Harrisburg, Pa. September 30, 2005.

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Tammy Kitzmiller et al. v. Dover School District. Depositions: Behe, Michael; Brown, Jeff; Brown, Carol; Bosnell, Alan; Buckingham, William; Cleaver, Jane; Nilsen, Richard; Peterman, Trudy; Spahr, Bertha; Yingling, Angie, 2005.

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___. Response to questions from author, September 27, 2006.

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---. Telephone interview by LD, November 27, 2006.

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CHAPTER FIVE: SNEAKING AND PEEKING

Brandon Mayfield, an individual; Mona Mayfield; an individual; et al. v. John Ashcroft, Attorney General of the United States of America; Richard K. Werder, an individual; Terry Green, an individual; et al. United States District Court for the District of Oregon (Original Complaint), October 4, 2004.

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Callimachi, Rukmini. "Government Acknowledges Using Patriot Act in Mayfield Case," Associated Press, March 29, 2005.

Cohen, Stanley. Telephone interview by LD, April 13, 2005.

Conner, Amy Johnson. "OR Lawyer Wins $2M for False Arrest in Madrid Terrorist Bombing," Lawyers USA, January 1, 2007.

Crombie, Noelle. "Mayfield Recalls 'Dark Nights' as FBI Witness," The Oregonian, June 25, 2004.

---. "FBI Outreach to Muslims Comes Amid Interviews," The Oregonian, July 22, 2004.

---. "Famed Lawyer Will Represent Muslim in Bombing," The Oregonian, August 27, 2004.

Denson, Bryan. "Mayfield Likens His Ordeal to Orwellian Nightmare," The Oregonian, November 30, 2006.

"The Enemy Within: Liberty and Security," The Economist, October 9, 2004.

Egan, Timothy. "Terrorism Task Force Detains an American Without Charges," The New York Times, April 4, 2003.

Eggen, Dan. "Justice to Probe FBI Role in Lawyer's Arrest; Faulty Fingerprint Analysis Linked American to Madrid Terrorist Bombings," The Washington Post, September 14, 2004.

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In re Federal Grand Jury Proceedings 03-01, Case No. 04-9071 MISC-CR, Order, In the United States District Court for the District of Oregon, September 20, 2004.

In re Mayfield. United States District Court District of Oregon (Transcript), May 6, 2004.

Isikoff, Michael. "An American Connection," Newsweek, May 17, 2004.

Kariye, Mohamed Abdirahman. Interview by LD, Portland, Oregon, March 22, 2005.

"Kariye the Latest Target in Portland Terror Investigation," Associated Press, August 13, 2003.

Kershaw, Sarah, and Eric Lichtblau. "Bomb Case Against Lawyer Is Rejected," The New York Times, May 25, 2004.

___. "Spain Had Doubts Before U.S. Held Lawyer in Blast," The New York Times, May 25, 2004.

Kershaw, Sarah, Eric Lichtblau, and Dale Fuchs. "Questions About Evidence in U.S. Arrest in Bombing," The New York Times, May 22, 2004.

Kershaw, Sarah, Eric Lichtblau, Dale Fuchs, and Lowell Bergman. "Spain and U.S. at Odds on Mistaken Terror Arrest," The New York Times, June 5, 2004.

Lichtblau, Eric, William K. Rashbaum, and Laura Mansnerus. "Hard Charger on Terror War's Legal Front -- Michael Chertoff," The New York Times, January 12, 2005.

"Mayfield's Luck: Only 2 Weeks Under False Arrest," unsigned editorial, Newsday (N.Y.), May 30, 2004.

McRoberts, Flynn, Steve Mills, and Maurice Possley. "Forensics Under the Microscope: Unproven Techniques Sway Courts, Erode Justice," Chicago Tribune, October 17, 2004.

Murr, Andrew, Kevin Peraino, Anne Belli Gesalman, Mark Hosenball, and Sarah Downey, "Joining Jihad: They Had Guns, and Plans for Afghanistan. Busting a Would-be Cell," Newsweek, October 14, 2002.

Nelson, Thomas. Interview by LD, Portland, Oregon, March 19, 2005. Norris, Michelle, "Portland, Oregon, and Its Relationship with the FBI's Anti-terror Effort," All Things Considered, National Public Radio, February 11, 2005.

Robben, Janine. ""What Price Security? The War on Terror Comes Home to Oregon," Oregon State Bar Bulletin, July 2004.

Rose, Joseph. "Mayfields' Home Goes from Safe to Sinister," The Oregonian, December 1, 2006.

Stout, David. "Report Faults FBI's Fingerprint Scrutiny in Arrest of Lawyer," The New York Times, November 17, 2004.

Teitler, Stanley. Telephone interview by LD, April 5, 2004.

Tizon, Thomas Alex, Sebastian Rotella, and Richard B. Schmitt. "Critics Galvanized by Oregon Lawyer's Case," Los Angeles Times, May 22, 2004.

Toobin, Jeffrey. "Should We Be Worried About the New Antiterrorism Legislation?," The New Yorker, November 5, 2001.

Wax, Steve. Interview by LD, Portland, Oregon, January 15, 2004.

Werder, Richard K. "Affidavit of FBI Special Agent Richard K. Werder," In re Grand Jury Material Witness Detention, May 6, 2004.

Zaitz, Les. "Authorities Suspect a Portland Mosque and Its Leaders Were Behind a Conspiracy to Help the Taliban, a Federal Filing Shows," The Oregonian, August 23, 2003.

---. "FBI Case Against Oregon Lawyer Built on Blurry Fingerprint, Logic," The Oregonian, May 30, 2004.

CHAPTER SIX: ROE V. DOE

American Civil Liberties Union. "National Securities Letters by the Numbers," press release, March 9, 2007.

Anonymous. "My National Security Letter Gag Order," unsigned op-ed by John Doe I, New York, The Washington Post, March 23, 2007.

Bailey, Barbara. Telephone interview by LD, May 12, 2007.

Bailey, Barbara, Peter Chase, George Christian, and Janet Nocek. Press conference, Hartford, Conn., May 30, 2006.

Beeson, Anne. Telephone interview by LD, May 3, 2007.

Caproni, Valerie. Transcript of Testimony before House Judiciary Committee, March 28, 2007, Congressional Quarterly.

Chase, Peter. Telephone interview by LD, May 1, 2003.

Christian, George. Telephone interview by LD, April 27, 2001.

Cowan, Alison Leigh. "Judges Question Patriot Act in Library and Internet Case," The New York Times, November 3, 2005.

___. "A Court Fight to Keep a Secret That's Long Been Revealed," The New York Times," November 18, 2005.

___. "Librarian Is Still John Doe, Despite Patriot Act Revision," The New York Times, March 21, 2006.

___. "Four Librarians Finally Break Silence in Records Case," The New York Times, May 31, 2006.

___. "U.S. Ends Yearlong Effort to Obtain Library Records Amid Secrecy in Connecticut," The New York Times, June 27, 2006.

Doyle, Charles. National Intelligence Letters in Foreign Intelligence Investigations: Background and Recent Amendments, CRS Report for Congress, Congressional Research Service, updated March 20, 2007.

Durbin, Dick. "Statement of U.S. Senator Dick Durbin Regarding Department of Justice Inspector General's Report on the Patriot Act," March 9, 2007.

Gellman, Barton. "The FBI's Secret Scrutiny: In Hunt for Terrorists, Bureau Examines Records of Ordinary Americans," The Washington Post, November 6, 2005.

Graves, Lisa. "Testimony of Lisa Graves, Deputy Director of the Center for National Securities Studies (submitted in writing)," House Select Intelligence Committee on Intelligence, March 27, 2007.

House Select Intelligence Committee. Hearing transcript, May 28, 2007.

"The Inspector General's Independent Report on the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Use of National Security Letters," House Judiciary Committee, transcript, Federal News Service, March 20, 2007.

Jaffer, Jameel. Telephone interview by LD, April 19, 2007.

John Doe et al. v. Alberto Gonzales, Attorney General, et al. On Application to Vacate Stay, Supreme Court of the United States, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Opinion), October 7, 2005.

John Doe, American Civil Liberties Union, American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, plaintiffs, v. John Ashcroft, in his official capacity as Attorney General of the United States; Robert Mueller, in his official capacity as Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; and Marion Bowman, in his official capacity as Senior Counsel to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, defendants. United States District Court Southern District of New York, Opinion, Decision, and Order, Victor Marrero, United States District Judge, September 28, 2004.

John Doe, American Civil Liberties Union, American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, plaintiffs, v. Alberto Gonzales, in his official capacity as Attorney General of the United States; Robert Mueller, in his official capacity as Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; Michael J. Wolf, in his official capacity as Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, defendants. (In the District Court for the District of Connecticut), Declaration of David W. Szady, August 31, 2005.

John Doe, American Civil Liberties Union, American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, plaintiffs, v. Alberto Gonzales, in his official capacity as Attorney General of the United States; Robert Mueller, in his official capacity as Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; Michael J. Wolf, in his official capacity as Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, defendants (In the District Court for the District of Connecticut), Declaration of George Christian, August 15, 2005.

John Doe, American Civil Liberties Union, American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, plaintiffs, v. Alberto Gonzales, in his official capacity as Attorney General of the United States; Robert Mueller, in his official capacity as Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; Michael J. Wolf, in his official capacity as Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, defendants (In the District Court for the District of Connecticut), Ruling on Plaintiffs Motion for Temporary Injunction, September 9, 2005.

John Doe I, John Doe II, American Civil Liberties Union, American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, plaintiffs, v. Alberto Gonzales, in his official capacity as Attorney General; Robert Mueller, in his official capacity of Director of the Federal Bureau of investigation; Marion E. Bowman, in his official capacity as Senior Counsel of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; and John Roe, defendants (In the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit), Per Curiam Opinion, May 23, 2006.

John Doe I, John Doe II, American Civil Liberties Union, American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, plaintiffs, v. Alberto Gonzales, in his official capacity as Attorney General; Robert Mueller, in his official capacity of Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; Marion E. Bowman, in his official capacity as Senior Counsel of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; and John Roe, defendants (In the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit), Brief of Amici Curiae submitted by American Library Association, Freedom to Read Foundation, American Booksellers Foundation, and Association of American Publishers, October 3, 2005.

Leahy, Patrick. "Senate Judiciary Panel Probes FBI's Misuse of Patriot Act Powers," Federal News Service, March 21, 2007.

Leone, Richard C., and Greg Anrig, Jr. Liberty Under Attack: Reclaiming Our Freedoms in an Age of Terror (New York: Public Affairs, 2007).

Library Connection, Inc.; American Civil Liberties Union; American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, plaintiffs, v. Alberto Gonzales, in his official capacity as Attorney General of the United States; Robert Mueller, in his official capacity as Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; Michael J. Wolf, in his official capacity as Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, defendants (In the District Court for the District of Connecticut), Declaration of Peter Chase. Civil Action No. 3:05cv1256 JCH. Sealed Case, August 9, 2005.

Mauro, Tony. "Justice Department's Independence 'Shattered,' Says Former DOJ Attorney," Legal Times, April 16, 2007.

"National Security Letter Matters," Federal Bureau of Investigation, Memo to All Field Offices: Synopsis: Provides Guidance on the preparation, approval, and service of National Security Letters [author name redacted], November 28, 2001.

Rosen, Jeffrey. "Who's Watching the FBI?," The New Yorker, April 15, 2007.

United States Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General. "A Review of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Use of National Security Letters," March 2007.

United States Senate Judiciary Committee. Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Property Rights, transcript, Federal News Service, April 11, 2007.

Weiner, Lauren M. "Special Delivery: Where Do National Security Letters Fit into the Fourth Amendment?," Fordham Urban Law Journal, November 1, 2006.

Wolf, Michael J., Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Security Letter to Kenneth Sutton, Systems and Telecommunication Manager, Library Connection, Inc., May 19, 2005.

CHAPTER SEVEN: OUR TIME IN THE SHADOWS

Abraham, Stephen. Declaration of Stephen Abraham, Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army, June 15, 2007, submitted as part of a reply to an opposition to a petition for rehearing in the case Khaled A.F Al Odah et al. v. United States et al. (No. 06-1196 In the Supreme Court of the United States).

Administrative Review Board Hearing Transcripts, Correspondence, and Exhibits, for Detainee Murat Kurnaz, unclassified, U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, 2005.

Azmy, Baher. Telephone interview by LD, May 23, 2007.

Chesney, Robert. "Ruling Expands Judiciary's Role in Transfer of Terror Detainees" Washington Legal Foundation, Legal Backgrounder, August 26, 2005.

Davies, Frank. "A Year Later, Ruling Stalled for Guantanamo Inmates," The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 30, 2005.

Docke, Bernhard. Interview by LD, Bremen, Germany, June 13, 2007.

Fava, Claudio (Member of European Parliament). Extraordinary Rendition in U.S. Counterterrorism Policy: The Impact on Transatlantic Relations, Report to the United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on International Organizations, Human Rights, and Oversight Committee on Europe, April 17, 2007.

Faces of Guantanamo: Guantanamo's Many Wrongly Imprisoned, Center for Constitutional Rights, April 2007.

Fox, Ben. "Army Officer Says Gitmo Panels Flawed," Associated Press, June 22, 2007.

Gellman, Barton, and Jo Becker. "The Unseen Path to Cruelty," The Washington Post, June 25, 2007.

Grigg, William Norman. "Land of the Free? Under Legal Theories Currently Being Developed and Deployed, Any Individual Can Be Imprisoned, Tortured, or Even Executed on a Presidential Whim," The New American, April 3, 2006.

Hamdi et al. v. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense, et al. Declaration of Michael H. Mobbs, Special Advisor to the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, July 24, 2002.

Hamdi et al. v. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense, et al. Supreme Court of the United States, Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, June 28, 2004.

Hemingway, Thomas L. "Wartime Detention of Enemy Combatants: What If There Were a War and No One Could Be Detained Without an Attorney?," Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, March 22, 2006.

In re Guantanamo Detainee Cases, Memorandum Opinion Denying in Part and Granting in Part Respondent's Motion to Dismiss of for Judgment as a Matter of Law, United States District Judge Joyce Hens Green, January 31, 2005.

Jost, Kenneth. "Fitting the Nine in a New Docket," CQ Weekly, June 24, 2005.

Kaufman, Sam. Interview by LD, December 31, 2005.

___. Telephone interview by LD, January 12, 2007.

Kurnaz, Murat. Funf Jahre Meines Lebens: Ein Bericht aus Guantanamo (Berlin: Rowohlt, 2007).

___. Interview by LD, Bremen, Germany, June 13, 2007.

___. Interview by LD, Bremen, Germany, June 14, 2007.

___. Telephone interview by LD, Bremen, Germany, June 15, 2007.

Lander, Mark, Souad Mekhennet, and Victor Homola. "Freed German Detainee Questions His Country's Role," The New York Times, November 4, 2006.

Leonnig, Carol D. "Panel Ignored Evidence on Detainee; U.S. Military Intelligence, German Authorities Found No Ties to Terrorists," The Washington Post, March 27, 2005.

Lewis, Neil A. "U.S. Lawyer Is Questioned over Rights of Detainees," The New York Times, September 9, 2006.

"Memorandum for Alberto R. Gonzales, Counsel to the President [the torture memo]," United States Department of Justice, Office of Legal Counsel, August 1, 2002.

Moore, Jennifer. "Practicing What We Preach: Humane Treatment for Detainees in the War on Terror," Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, March 22, 2006.

Murat Kurnaz et at. v. George W Bush, President of the United States, et at. United States District Court for the District of Columbia, Declaration of James S. Crisfield, Jr., August 15, 2004.

Nicola, Stefan, "Report from Guantanamo," United Press International, April 26, 2007.

Norwitz, Jeffrey H. "Defining Success at Guantanamo: By What Measure?," Military Review, July 1, 2005.

Rasul v. Bush, President of the United States, et al. Supreme Court of the United States, Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, June 28, 2004.

"A Timeline of Legal Developments at Guantanamo Bay," Knight Ridder Newspapers, June 10, 2006.

Toobin, Jeffrey. "Arlen Specter's About Face," The New Yorker, December 4, 2006.

United States Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Detainees, Panel I, transcript, Federal News Service, June 15, 2005.

"Update to Annex One of Second Periodic Report of United States to Committee Against Torture," United States Department of State. Submitted by the United States to the United Nations Committee Against Torture, October 21, 2005.

CHAPTER EIGHT: TERRORIST SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMS OR WARRANTLESS WIRETAPS?

Abramson, Larry. "Government Won't Release NSA Information to Attorneys," All Things Considered, National Public Radio, March 30,2006.

Al-Haramain Islamic Foundation, Inc., an Oregon Non-Profit Foundation; Wendel Belew, a U.S. Citizen and Attorney at Law; Asim Ghafoor, a U.S. Citizen and Attorney at Law v. George W. Bush, President of the United States; National Security Agency; Keith B. Alexander, its Director; et al. Opinion and Order, United States District Judge Garr B. King, December 7, 2006.

American Civil Liberties Union et al. v. National Security Agency et al. United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth District (Per Curiam Opinion), July 6, 2007.

Anderson, Colleen (Special Agent, Internal Revenue Service). Affidavit in Support of an Application for a Search Warrant, In re: 3380 S. Highway 99, Ashland, OR, 97520 (United States District Court of Oregon), August 2, 2005.

Bedan, Matt. "Echelon Effect: The Obsolescence of the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Legal Regime," Federal Communications Law Journal, March 2007.

Center for Constitutional Rights, Tina M. Foster, et al., v. George W. Bush, President of the United States, National Security Agency, et al. United States District Court, Southern District of New York, January 17, 2006.

Chang, Nancy, and Alan Kabat. "A Summary of Recent Court Rulings on Terrorism-Related Matters Having Civil Liberties Implications," Center for Constitutional Rights, September 11, 2003.

Comey, James B. United States Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing, "Preserving Prosecutorial Independence: Is the Department of Justice Politicizing the Hiring and Firing of U.S. Attorneys? Part IV," testimony, May 15, 2007.

Denson, Bryan. "Lawyer Thinks Office Was Searched in Secret," The Oregonian, March 21, 2006.

"Government Files Motion to Dismiss Case Against Al-Haramain Islamic Foundation, Inc., Because International Fugitives Have Not Been Apprehended," United States Attorney's Office, District of Oregon, press release, August 4, 2005.

Green, Ashbel. "Judge Nixes U.S. Bid for Secrecy in Oregon Suit," Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News, April 26, 2006.

Krikorian, Greg. "False Quotes Rock Terror Trial; Federal Prosecutors Say They'll Probe a Botched Wiretap Summary," Los Angeles Times, February 28, 2007.

Leonnig, Carol D., and Mary Beth Sheridan. "Saudi Group Alleges Wiretapping by U.S.; Defunct Charity's Suit Details Eavesdropping," The Washington Post, March 2, 2006.

McCall, William. "Islamic Charity Director's Attorney Says Office Secretly Searched," Associated Press, March 22, 2006.

Miller, Steve. The 'Mystery' of Al-Haramain in the Balkans," The Washington Times, September 14, 2003.

OMB Watch. "The USA Patriot Act and Its Impact on Non-Profit Organizations," OMB Watch, Washington, D.C., September 3, 2002.

Ottaway, David B. "Groups, U.S. Battle over 'Global Terrorist' Label." The Washington Post, November 14, 2004.

Ragavan, Chitra, Carol Hook, and Jill Konieczko. "Packing Heat: The White House Defends Its Warrantless Spying Program, but a Small Army of Lawyers Is Gunning to Shoot It Down," U.S. News & World Report, March 13, 2006.

Roth, John, Douglas Greenburg, and Serena B. Wille. Monograph on Terrorist Financing Staff Report to the Commission, National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States, Washington, D.C., 2004, http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS53198.

Singel, Ryan. "Top Secret: We're Wiretapping You," "Wired, March 3, 2007.

Winer, Jonathan. United States Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs Hearing: "Terrorism Financing: Origination, Organization, and Prevention," Testimony: "Origins, Organization and Prevention of Terrorist Finance," July 31, 2003.

Zaitz, Les. "Fugitive Soliman al-Buthi Is Asked to Dine at U.S. Embassy Event in Saudi Arabia," The Oregonian, May 31, 2007.

___. "Al-Qaida Trail Tracked to Northwest," The Oregonian, May 13, 2002.

Zeller, Shawn. "Islamic Charities Await Their Day in Court, CQ Weekly, May 25, 2007.
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INDEX

Abel, Holly, 33
abortion, 83
Abraham, Stephen, 154-55
Abrams, Floyd, 57
Abu Baler mosque, 139, 148
Adams, John, 7-8, 102-4
Addington, David, 13 8
Adlouni, Farid, 101, 105
Administrative Procedures Act, 162
Afghanistan, xx, 4, 99, 113, 115, 166
Agence France-Presse, 113
Agnew, Spiro, 128
Ahmadinejad, Mahmoud, 140
Ahmanson, Howard, 88
Aiken, Ann, 116
Air Force, U.S., 137, 138
Air Force One, 4
Algeria, 113, 166-67
Al-Haramain Islamic Foundation, 105,
159-60, 162-66, 170, 174
Al-Haramain Islamic Foundation v. Bush,
174
Aloha, Oreg., 95
al-Qaeda, 37, 54, 58, 99-100, 140, 149,
151-52, 170
Alsup, William, 51-52, 60-61
American Bar Association, 110
American Civil Liberties Union
(ACLU), xiii, 17, 26, 33, 35, 59,
146, 162, 176
and ''John Doe" national security
letter case, 123-27, 131
in Kitzmillercase, 66, 81-84, 89~90
Rank case and, 10, 12
American Library Association, xiii, 128
intellectual freedom award of, 120
American Nation, The, 76
American Nuclear Insurers, 82
American Revolution, 7, 104
Americans United for Separation of
Church and State, 82, 89, 93, 176
Anarchist Action, 48, 57, 58
Andros, Edmund, 140
Anglicans, 69
Anglo-American jurisprudence, 140
Annan, Kofi, 18
Anson, Tex" 24
Apache helicopters, 17
Army, U.S., 7, 90, 99, 138
Ashcroft, John, xi, xxi, 36, 110, 117,
127-28, 168
Ashland, Oreg., 159, 164
As-Saber Mosque, 110
Assad, Bashar al-, 140
assimilation, 139
Atta, Mohammad, 148
attorney-client privilege, 173
Austin, Tex., xxi, 25, 26, 30
Australia, 25
Ave Maria School of Law, 77
Ave Maria Town, Fla., 77
Ave Maria University, 77
Awadallah, Osama, xviii
Azmy, Baher, 148, 151, 153-54

Bad Frog Beer, 87
Baghdad, 14
Bailey, Barbara, 126-27, 131
Baksa, Mike, 70, 81
Baptists, 69, 73
Banon, David, 81, 88
Basham, W. Ralph, 12
Battle, Jeffrey, 99-100
Baur, Terri, 10
Beaver Creek Village, 18
Beaverton, Oreg., 105
Beeson, Ann, 123-24, 127-33
Belew, Wendell, 159, 161
Berlin, 153
Bernabei, Lynne, 159, 161
Bible Center megachurch, 4
Bilal, Ahmed, 99
Bilal, Muhammad, 99
Bilal Mosque, 105, 115
Bilgin, Selcuk, 139, 150, 151
Bill of Rights, xi-xiii, xiv, xviii, xxi, 7, 13,
24, 30, 37, 46, 68, 87, 95, 104, 115,
133, 141
bin Laden, Osama, xviii, xx, 59, 87, 101,
105, 143, 144, 170, 172
bioethics, 77
Biology (Miller and Levine), 65, 73-74,
76, 77-78
Blackhawk helicopters, 17-18
blacklisting, xii
Black Panthers, 130
Blair, Tony, 25
bloggers, 48, 49, 50, 52, 62
Bonsell, Alan, 65, 72, 78, 81, 83-84, 86,
88, 92
Boston, Mass., 103-4
Branzburg, Paul, 56
Branzburg v. Hayes, 56-58, 62
Bremen, 137, 139, 143, 145, 148, 149,
151
Bridgeport, Conn., 127
Britain, 7, 25, 102-3, 165
British Guantanamo Human Rights
Commission, 146
Brown, Carol "Casey, " 80, 90
Brown, Jeff, 80
Bruce, Lenny, 57
Bryan, "William Jennings, 82
Bryant, Kobe, 19
Buckingham, Bill, 65-66, 71-74, 76-80,
82-86, 92
Buckingham, Charlotte, 74
Bunning, Jim, 55
Bursey, Brett, 31-37, 44-45
Bush, George H. W, xvii, 64
Bush, George W., xx, 11, 16, 21, 33, 37,
50, 55, 59, 109, 133, 140, 142, 158,
160, 168, 169, 174, 176
avoidance of critical speech by,
38-44, 46
on Bill of Rights, xxi, 13
Charleston, W. Va., speech of, 3-7,
8-9, 12
Crawford as adopted hometown of,
24, J1
execution record of, 49, 97
first inauguration of, 38, 137, 176
Gonzales and, 53-54
Guantanamo tribunal bill of, 152-53,
154-55
Iraq war and, 3-6, 13, 15, 22, 153
on journalists, 53-54
judicial appointees of, 87, 152, 176
Prairie Chapel Ranch of, 14, 23-25, 30
religion and, 64-65, 78
South Carolina protester and, 31-32
tax policies of, 29-30
as Texas governor, 49
Town Halls of, 46
2004 campaign of, 3-4
War on Terror of, 53, 104, 137, 146,
160
Bush, Laura, 14-16, 24, 176
Bush administration, xviii, 6, 14, 145,
147, 155, 169, 170, 175
dissent criminalized by, 46
extrajudicial kidnapping by, 166-67
journalists targeted by, 53, 56, 58
suppression of protesters by, 36-37
surveillance policy of, 170-71
War on Terror and, 104
Bushwhacked (Ivins and Dubose), xiv
Business Link Director, 105-6
Buthi, Soliman al-, 160-61, 163-65,
170, 172-73, 174
Bybee, Jay, 138

Cabuk, Mesut, 151
California, 59
journalist shield law in, 58
school textbooks in, 75
California, University of:
at Berkeley, 59
at Santa Cruz, 59
Callahan, Fred, 84
Campbell, James, 31
Camp Casey, 30
Camp India, 144
Camp X-ray, 144
Capito, Shelley Moore, 4, 6, 21
Capitol, lockdown of, 53
Card, Andrew, 168
Cardani, Chris, 174
Carpenter, Wesley, 38-40
Carter, jimmy, xvii, 169
Center for Constitutional Rights, 146,
148, 176
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), xvii,
54, 138, 139, 165, 169
black site prisons of, 53, 153, 167
extrajudicial kidnappings by, 153,
166-67
Chafee, Lincoln, 177
Chalabi, Ahmad, xvii
chaos theory, 68
Chapman, Bruce, 88
Chapman, Matthew, 177-78
charities, Muslim, 162-63, 165-66
Charleston, W Va., 4-5, 7, 9-13, 22
Chase, Peter, 121, 123, 129, 131-33
Chavez, Hugo, 140
Chechnya, 163-65
Cheney, Dick, xiv, xxi, 21, 37, 54, 59-60,
136, 138, 140, 145, 147, 161, 169,
176, 177
security obsession of, 18-19
Chertoff, Michael, 109-10
Chicago, University of, xvii
Chicago Eight, 131
Chicago Seven, 131
China, 47, 53, 97, 99-100
Christian, George, 121-23, 128, 131,
132
Christian Reconstructionists, 88
Christian right, 64, 78
Christians:
in early United States, 68-69
evangelical, 64, 65, 72, 80,
84-86, 88
fundamentalist, xiii, 87-88, 89, 139
Church, Frank, 169
Church Committee, 168-69
Church of Christ, 80
civil liberties, 158, 162, 176
civil rights era, protests in, 27, 30-31
Civil War, U.S., 141-42
Clement, Paul, 148, 149
climate science; 77
Clinton, Bill; 18, 28, 37
judges appointed by, 116, 127, 152,
172
Cobb Country, Ga., 93
Coffin, Thomas, 174
Cohen, Stanley, 111
Cohn, Roy, xii
Cold War, xix
Cole, David, 163
College Republicans, 87
Collins, Susan, 177
Colorado Springs, Colo., 139
Columbia, S.C., 31
Combat Status Review Tribunals,
154-55
Comey, James, 167-68
Confederacy, 141-42
Congregationalists, 69
Congress, U.S., xx, 7, 8, 45, 53, 55,
125, 127, 133-34, 141, 162,
173-74
first, 68, 104
Connecticut, 123, 126-27, 134, 135
Connecticut Library Association,
120-21, 130
Constitution, U.S., xvii, xviii, 8, 13,
22_24, 29, 31, 44, 52, 63, 94, 110,
122, 136, 139, 140, 156, 162,
175-77
framers of, 30, 46, 140-42
Cooper, Boots, xxi
Coraopolis, Pa., 40
Corpus Christi, Tex., 5
CounterPunch, 15
Count of Monte Cristo, The (Dumas), xix
covert military operations, 169
Cowan, Alison Leigh, 120, 129-30
Crandall, Aram, 122
Crawford, Tex.:
free-speech zone in, 23-31
parade and protest ordinance in,
27-29
Crawford Five case, 26--29
creationism, 63, 70, 71, 76, 80, 81,
84-89
young earth, 72-73
criminal jurisprudence, 8
cruel and unusual punishment, 13 8, 141
Cuba, 47, 53, 144, 147, 148
Cuddihy, William, 102
Czechoslovakia, 119-20

Dallas, Tex., 166
Darwin, Charles, 65-66, 73, 74, 76,
78-79, 177
Davis, David, 142
Dean, John, xviii-xix
Declaration of Independence, xvii
Defense Department, U.S., 59
defense spending, xvii
Delaware, 29
Delaware River, 15
DeLay, Tom, xiv
democracy, 5, 13, 13 7
freedom of speech under, 8, 44
Denver, Colo., 18, 19-20
detention, indefinite, 96, 113-14
Detroit, Mich., 162
discovery, rules of, 111-12
Discovery Institute, 70-71, 76-78,
88-89
Disney World, 92
Dobson, James, 139
Docke, Bernhard, 137, 145-48, 151,
153-54
Domino's Pizza, 77
Douglas, William O., 63
Dover, Pa.:
evolution controversy in, 65-67,
69-93
evolution disclaimer proposed in,
78-84
Dover High School, 73, 74, 76,
80, 81
Dover school board, 65-68, 70-92
due process of law, 13 8
Dumas, Alexandre, xix
Dvorin, Kelly, 13
Dvorin, Seth, 13-17, 30

Eagle County, 19-20
Egypt, 163
Eighth Amendment, 136, 138
Eisenberg, Jon, 170, 172-74
Elaltuntas, Gokhan, 150-51
elections:
of 2000, 37, 38
of 2004, 3-4, 14
of 2006, xxi
of 2008, 177
electronic surveillance, 117
Ellsberg, Daniel, 59
enemy combatants, unlawful, 147,
154-55
England, xx
Enlightenment, xvii
Episcopalians, 69, 80
Espionage Act of 1917, 53-54
Establishment Clause, xiv, 63, 66, 80, 84,
87, 89
Eugene, Oreg., 116
Evans, Don, 18
evolution, 63-66, 71-72, 73, 74, 76,
78-79, 81-83, 89, 93
lack of scientific controversy
surrounding, 65
executive branch, 38, 169
Ex Parte Milligan, 141-42
extraordinary rendition, 166-67

Falwell, Jerry, 64
Farrell, Thomas J., 42-43
fascism, xii, xv
Faulk, John Henry, xii-xiii, xxi
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI),
17, 149-50, 174
fingerprint analysis by, 99, 106-8,
1l2-16
Latent Fingerprint Unit of, 107
and Mayfield case, 95-102, 104-17
NSLs by, 120-31, 133-34
surveillance of Muslims by, 159-61,
164-65
Wolf case and, 48-49, 50, 54, 58, 59
Federalist party, 7
Federalist Society, 50, 152, 177
Federal Witness Protection Program,
109
Fein, Bruce, xviii, 145
FEMA, 5, 9-10, 12
Ferguson, Miriam "Ma, " 75
Fifth Amendment, xviii, 126, 137
Financial Times, 126
fingerprints, 99
Finigan, Jeffrey, 51, 61
First Amendment, xii, xiii, xiv, xviii, 3,
10-11, 15, 24, 26, 30, 31, 37, 38,
45, 55, 87, 92, 122, 124, 126, 127,
138, 162
establishment clause of, 63, 66, 80, 84,
87, 89
and freedom of the press, 49-51,
55-57, 60, 62
NSLs and, 124
and right to political protest, 6-8,
20, 36
separation of church and state in, 65,
68-69, 81-85, 89-90
First Amendment Project, 60
Fish, A, Joe, 166
Fisk, Robert, 14
Five Years of My Life (Kurnaz and Kuhn),
144-45
Fleischer, Ari, 3
Florida, 2000 recount in, 37
Food Not Bombs, 59
Ford, Gerald, xvii, 59
Ford, Patrice Lumumba, 99
foreigners, wartime detention of, 7
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
(FISA), 108, 112, 117, 158, 160,
162, 168-71, 173-74
Foreign Service, 12
Fort Drum, 13, 14
Fort Meade, Md., 170
Foundation for Thought and Ethics, 76
Founding Fathers, xviii, 68, 81
Fourteenth Amendment, 138
Fourth Amendment, xviii, 20, 94, 102,
104, 1l4, 1l7, 126, 156, 158, 162,
171
NSLs and, 124
Fourth Circuit, 35-36
Fourth of July, 3-6, 13
Fox News, 55, 56, 86
France, 7, 18, 139
Frank, Barney, 23
Frankfurt, 139
Franklin, Benjamin, xi
freedom of conscience, xiv
freedom of the press, xiv, 47-62
freedom of speech, xiv, 9, 11, 13, 17,
21-22, 23, 29, 30, 41, 45, 87, 124
free-speech zones, 23-%
French Revolution, xix
Frist, Bill, 55
fundamentalism:
Christian, xiii, 87-88, 89, 139
Muslim, 139, 142

G8 meeting, 18
gag orders, 130-31
perpetual, 120, 127, 132-34
Galapagos Islands, 73
Galileo, 88
Garbus, Martin, 51, 57-61
Gardner, John, xx-xxi
Geesey, Heather, 66-67, 74
Genesis, Book of, 65, 70, 73, 74, 89, 177
geologic fossil record, 73
George II, King of England, 103
George III, King of England, 8
Georgetown Law Center, 163
Georgetown University, 56, 57
George Washington Crossing the Delaware
(Leutze), 75-76
George Washington University
Hospital, 168
Germany, 137, 139, 142-'K, 145, 150,
153-54
Turks in, 137, 146
Gerry, Elbridge, 104
Ghafoor, Asim, 159
Ginsburg, Ruth Bader, 132, 149
global warming, 77
Gonzales, Alberto, xxi, 49, 53-55, 60,
125-26, 168, 174
U.S. attorney scandal and, 135, 167
Gorder, Charles, 113-14
Goss, Porter, 54
Graham, Lindsey, 153, 154
grand juries, 109
Grantham, Mass., 70
Green, Joyce Hens, 152
Green, Terry, 115
Grumbles motion, 60
Guantanamo, 136-39, 142-55, 177
Command Intelligence Task Force in,
151
military tribunals in, 151-53, 154-55

habeas corpus, xx, 138, 140-42, 147,
152, 153
Hage, Wadih El, 101, 105
Hagee, John, 64, 139
Hall, Janet C, 127-29, 134
Hamas, 166-67
Hamburg, 140
Hamdi v. Rumsfeld, 147
Hamilton, N.J., 14-16
Hamm, Thomas Donald, 6
Hanks, Tom, 87
Hansen, Chris, 12
Harkins, Sheila, 83
Harman, Jane, 47, 53
Harmony Grove Community Church, 71
Harrington, James, 26-30
Harrisburg, Pa., 84, 178
Hartford, Conn., 121, 127, 128-29
Hawash, Maher "Mike, " 99
Henry VIII, King of England, 76
Hersh, Seymour, 59-60
Hitler, Adolf, xii, xv
Hoekstra, Peter, S 3
Hoffman, Julius, 131
Holocaust, 155
Holsinger, Pamala, 95-96
Holy Land Foundation for Relief and
Development, 165-67
homosexuality, religious right and
attacks on, 64, 83, 88, 92
Hoover, J. Edgar, 108
House Homeland Security
Committee, 55
House Intelligence Committee, 52-53
House of Representatives, U.S., 52
Houston, Tex., 12, 53, 64
Houston, University of, 3, 12-13
Houston Chronicle, 29
Howard, John, 25
Howards, Deborah, 20
Howards, Steven, 18--21, 22
humanitarian relief efforts, 165
human rights, 175
human rights abuses, 137, 138, 163
Hurricane Gloria, 64
Hurricane Katrina, 64
Hussein, Saddam, 154

Ianachione, John, 41-43, 44
Idaho, University of, xviii
Illinois Apple and Pork Festival, 46
Immergut, Karin, 157-58
immigrants, 7, 139
Independents, 69
India, 115
Indiana, 141
Intel, 115
intelligent design (ID), 63-65. 67-68,
70, 76-81, 84, 88-93
interrogation, 13 8, 143, 148-49, 150,
153
Ipswich, Mass., 140
Iran, 97, 160-61
Iraq, war in, 3-6, 22, 153-54
protests against, 13-17, 25-31, 59
Steven Howards on, 18-21
Isikoff, Michael, 112-13
Iskanderiya, 14
Islamic extremists, xviii, 101, 146
Islamic Resistance, 111
Istanbul, synagogue bombing in, 150-51
Ivins, Molly:
Bill of Rights speeches of, xi-xiii
health issues of, xii
as phlegmatic, xv-xvi

Jaffer, Jameel, 123
Jama'at al-Tablighi (the Party of
.Missionary Work), 139-40, 143
''Jane Doe, " 126-27
Jefferson, Thomas, xii, 141
Jenkins, Gregory, 12, 21
Jennings, Antoine, 38
Jesus Christ, xiii
Jews, 69
John, king of England, xx, 140
"John Doe, " 119-21, 132
John Doe New York, 124-26, 132-34
Johnson, Lyndon Baines, 32, 63
Johnson v. Eisentrager, 147
Joint Terrorism Task Force, 50, 52, 59
Jones, Danny, 4, 11, 21
Jones, John E., 111, 81, 82, 84, 86-87,
89-93, 176-77
Jones, Robert, 95-96, 98, 112-14
journalist shield laws, 58
jury trials, 141
suspension of, 7
Justice Department, U.S., 49, 54, 56, 58,
60, 112-13, 127, 128, 131, 134,
156, 157-58, 167, 170-72, 174

Kafka, Franz, xiv-xv, 94, 95, 97, 118
Kaiserslautern, 137
Kamazoo, Mich., 38
Kandahar, 136, 139, 142-44
Kansas, 95
Kariye, Sheikh Mohamed Abdirahman,
110-11
Kempton, Murray, xii
Kennedy, Anthony, 147
Kennedy, John F., assassination of, 34, 35
Kenya, 167
U.S. embassy bombing in, 105
Kerry, John, 3, 4
Khalilzad, Zalmay, xvii
Kidd, Abdullah al-, xviii
kidnapping, extrajudicial, 153, 166-67
King, Garr M., 160, 170-74
King, Peter, 55
Kirkland & Ellis, 149
Kitzmiller, Tammy, 82
Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District,
70-93, 177-78
Knapp, Alice 5., 120-21
Kuhn, Helmut, 144-45
Kundera, Milan, 119-20
Kurnaz, Murat, 136-40, 142-54
Kurnaz, Rabiya, 145-47

Lane, David, 20-21
League of Women Voters, 133
Lee, Robert E., 141
Lehrer, Tom, 69
Leon, Richard, 152
Leutze, Emanuel, 75-76
Levine, Joseph, 65, 73-74, 76, 77-78
Levy, Leonard W, 8, 102, 140
Lexington County, S.C., 32
Libby, Scooter, 52, 55, 57
liberals, xiii, xv, 29
in Texas, xv-xvi
libraries, surveillance of, 120-34
Library Connection, 120-23, 125-27,
129-33
Lichtblau, Eric, 53, 158
Lincoln, Abraham, 141
Los Angeles, Calif., 101
Louis XVI, king of France, 145
Lubbock, Tex., 24
Lyon, Matthew, 8, 9

McLennan County, 30
Madison, James, xii, 8, 68--69, 84, 102,
104, 141
Madrid, 99-100, 108, 115
Magic Mountain, The (Mann), 17
Magna Carta, xx, 140
Malawi, 166
Mann, Thomas, 17
Marchant, Bristow, 34
Marine Corps, U.S., 138
Marrero, Victor, 119, 124-25, 134
Massachusetts, 29
religious tax in, 69
and search and seizure protections in
colonial, 102-4
Massey, John T., 115
material witness statute, 109-10, 112, 115
Maverick, Maury, Jr., 176
Mayfield, Brandon, xviii, 94-102,
104-17, 159
Mayfield, Mona Mohamed, 98, 102,
105, 112, 114
Mayfield, Sharia, 102, 114-15
Mekhennet, Souad, 167
Memphis, Tenn., 128
Men's Bible Study Group, 65
Mercer County Republicans, 15
Merkel, Angela, 153-54
Messiah College, 70
Methodists, 64, 69
Midland, Tex., 65
Military Commissions Act of 2006, xx,
153
Miller, Jennifer, 74, 80-81
Miller, Judith, 52, 55, 57
Miller, Kenneth, 65, 73-74, 76, 77-78
Milligan, Lambden P., 141-42
Missouri, 164
Monaghan, Tom, 77
Mount Vernon, 7
Moussaoui, Zacharias, 59
Murrow, Edward R., xii
Musharraf, Pervez, 18
Muslims, 99, 101-2, 105-6, 107-11,
113-15, 116, 151, 159, 165
fundamentalist, 139, 142
and religious awakening among first-generation,
139
Wahabbi, 159
mutual assured destruction, xix
My Cousin Vinny, 111-12
Myth of Separation (Barton), 82

National Council of Churches, 146
National Lawyers Guild, 176
National Park Service, 28
National Security Agency ~SA),
53-54, 56
surveillance program of, 158, 160-62,
168-74
national security letters (NSLs), 120-34
National Special Security Events, 45-46
NBC, 49
Neel, Bill, 40-44
Neel, Joyce Lynn, 4H2, 44
Nelson, Tom, 96-97, 101, 104, 109,
112, 115, 156-59, 161-65, 167,
170, 172-73
neoconservatism, xvii
Neville Island, Pa., 40
New Brunswick, NJ., 14
New Hampshire, religious tax in, 69
New Jersey, 14-17, 30, 109, 148
New Orleans, La., 64
Newsweek, 112
New York, N.Y., 12, 69, 105, 123, 125,
146
New York Times, 52-56, 59, 116, 120,
129-32, I58~59, 161, 167
Niederer, Greg, 16-17
Niederer, Sue, 13-17, 22, 30
Niembller, Martin, xv
Nietzsche, Friedrich, xvii
Nightline, 112
Nilsen, Richard, 67-68, 72, 81, 83, 92
Ninth Circuit, Court of Appeals of, 52
Ninth Commandment, 85
Nitro, W. Va., 7
Nixon, Richard, xv, xix, 31, 35, 36-37, 59
Nizer, Louis, xii
Nocek, Janet, 126, 131
No Child Left Behind bill, 64
nondisclosure orders, 124
Norling, Jonathan, 157
North Korea, 47, 53

O'Connor, Kevin, 133-35
Office of Presidential Advance, 21
Of Pandas and People, 65, 70, 76-77,
79-82, 89
Olympics, 45
On the Origin of Species (Darwin), 65
"Operation Sandman, " 149
Oregon, 104, 110, 112, 116, 163, 164,
170
Oregonian, The, 94, 101, 113, 157
Origins of the Bill of Rights (Levy), 140
Orlando, Fla., 92
Otis, James, Jr., 102-3
Ottaway, David, 161, 163

Padilla, Jose, xix-xx
Pakistan, 18, 99, 115, 137, 138, 139,
143-44
Palestine, 166
Paramount, 87
Pennington, N.J., 15
Pennsylvania, 45, 64, 66, 81, 82, 86,
104
Middle District of, 90-91
Pennsylvania Academic Standards, 78
Pennsylvania State University, 74
Pennsylvania Teaching Act, 81
Pentagon Papers, 59
People for the American Way, 176
Pepper Hamilton, 82
Perilous Times (Stone), 7
perjury, 96
Perkins, Lisa, 126
Peru, 131-32
Peshawar, 137, 138
Peyton, Harvey, 7, 10-13
Philadelphia, Pa., 10, 37, 66, 82, 92,
140-41
Philadelphia Inquirer, 87
phlegm, xv-xvi
physician-assisted suicide, 77
Pickering, Timothy, 8
Pinckney, Charles, 141
Pitts, Lewis, 32-37, 40, 45
Pittsburgh, Pa., 59
Plainville, Conn., 123
Pledge of Allegiance, 85
Portland, Oreg., 95, 97, 100-102, 106,
109-10, 112, 114, 116, 157, 159,
170
Portland Seven, 99, 101, 113
Powell, Colin, 14
Powell, Lewis, 56-57
Prague Spring, 120
prayer in schools, 81, 83
Prentice Hall, 76, 77
Presbyterians, 69
"Presidential Advance Manual, " 21-22
Priest, Dana, 53
Princeton, N J., 14
Pulitzer Prizes, 54
Purin, Vladimir, 165

Quakers, 69, 104
qualified martial law, 37
Quantico, Va., 99, 107
Qur'an, 138, 139

radiocarbon dating, 73
"rally squads, " 22
Ramstein Air Base, 137
Rank, Abbie, 12
Rank, Jeff, 3, 5-7, 9-13, 21-22
Rank, Nicole, 5-7, 9-13, 21-22
Rasul, Shafiq, 147
Rasul v. Bush, 147
Rather, Dan, 86
Reagan, Ronald, xvii, 29, 37, 45, 64
Reagan administration, 88, 145
Redgrave, Corin, 146
Redgrave, Vanessa, 146
Reeser, Larry, 71-72
Rehnquist, William, 37
Reichle, Virgil "Gus, " 18-20, 21
religious right, see Christian right
Renzi, Rick, 55~56
Republican National Committee, 88
Republican Party, xvii, 4, 11, 1~15, 37,
45, 46, 52-53, 55, 64, 78, 89, 153,
177
Ressam, Ahmed, 101
restricted zones, 45-46
Ridge, Tom, 86-87
right of assembly, 29, 50-51
Risen, James, 53, 158
Riyadh, 105, 160, 164, 165, 172
Roanoke, Va., 10
Robertson, James, 152
Robertson, Pat, 64, 92
Roman Catholics, 69, 77
pacifist, 59
Rosenfeld, Ben, 52
Rosenthal, Elden, 116
Rothschild, Eric, 66-68, 82-84, 91, 93
Rove, Karl, xiv, 4, 35~36, 49
Rowley, Coleen, 59
rule of law, 175
Rumsfeld, Donald, 8, 147
Rushdoony, Rousas J., 88
Russia, 163-65
Rutgers University, 14
Rutledge, John, 141
Ryan, Kevin, 49-50, 52

Sade, Marquis de, xix
Saidi, Laid, 165-67
Sampson, Kyle, 135
San Antonio, Tex., 120, 121, 139, 176
San Francisco, Calif., 10, 47-50, 62,
112, 173
Santorum, Rick, 63--65
Saoub, Habis Al, 99
Saturday Night Live, 107
Saturday Night Massacre, xv
Saudi Arabia, 105, 158--61, 163--64, 165,
170, 172
Schiavo, Terri, 55
Schroeder, Gerhard, 153-54
Seale, Bobby, 13 0-31
search and seizure, unreasonable, xviii,
96, 102-4, 117, 124
search warrants, 96
secret, 98, 108, 112, 116-17, 169
surveillance without, 158, 168, 171,
174
Seattle, Wash., 70, 76
Second Circuit Court of Appeals, 130,
134
Secret Service, U.S., 5, 12, 15-17, 18,
19-22, 31-40, 42-45
"Barney Fife plan" of, 33
Sedaghaty, Perouz, 105, 160--61,
164--65, 172-73, 174
Sedition Act, 7-8
seditious speech, 7-8, 9, 104
self-incrimination, xviii
Senate, U.S., 64, 110, 177
Senate Intelligence Committee, 54
Senate Judiciary Committee, 168
sensitive compartmented information
facility (SCIF), 159
separation of church and state, xiv, 65,
68-69, 81-85, 89~90
separation of powers, 162
September 11, xiv, xvi, xix, 5, 37, 44, 59,
105-6, 110, 111, 113, 140, 148,
162, 165--66, 172, 174, 176
Seton Hall Law School, 148
Sheehan, Cindy, 30
Shields, Peter, 48, 61
Shippensburg University, 87
Shrub (Ivins and Dubose), xiv
signs, as protest, 31, 36, 37-42, 44
Sikorsky assault helicopter, 17
Sixth Amendment, xviii, 136, 137
Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, 162
sleep deprivation, 13 8, 149
Smith, Chris, 14-15
Smith, Craig S., 167
Smith, Michael, 29-30
Snowe, Olympia, 177
Somalia, 110-11
South Carolina, 31-36, 69
South Carolina Law Enforcement
Division, 34
South Carolina Progressive Network, 32
Southeast Asia, 115
Soviet Union, xvii
Spahr, Bertha "Bert," 72-73, 79-80
Spain, bombings in, 99-101, 106-8,
112-16
Spanish National Police, 99, 106-8,
112-16
Specially Designated Global Terrorists,
160-61, 163--64, 172
Specter, Arlen, 45
Spence, Gerry, 115-18
Spero, Joseph, 60--61
Spark, Aaron, 6
Star Chamber court, xx
Starr, Kenneth, 149
State Department, U.S., 18
stem cell research, 77, 83
Stern magazine, 142
Stone, Geoffrey, 7
Strauss, Leo, xvii
Sunnis, 14
Super Bowl, 45
Supreme Court, South Carolina,
31-32, 33
Supreme Court, U.S., 28, 36, 37, 51,
56-58, 80, 85, 87, 89, 132_33,
141-42, 146, 149, 155
surveillance, 157, 158, 168, 169, 173
Switzerland, 17-18

Taliban, xx, 99, 113-14, 143
Tannenbaum, Andrew, 156, 171-72
Tanzania, 166
U.S. embassy bombing in, 105
Taylor, Anna Diggs, 162
Team B, xvii
Ten Commandments, 83
Tenet, George, 128
terrorism, xvi, xviii, xix, xx, 4-5, 27, 37,
45-46, 50, 53, 56, 59, 99_101, 105,
107, 122, 126, 141, 143, 146, 162,
165, 172-73, 176
Terrorist Surveillance Program, 162,
168, 171
Texas, 10, 68, 178
city ordinances in, 24, 27
executions in, 97
as low-tax state, 29-30
school textbooks in, 65, 75-76
Texas, University of, 26
Texas Civil Rights Project, 26, 176
Texas Criminal Justice Coalition, 29
Texas Rangers, xxi
Texas Republican Party, 88
Texas State Board of Education, 75-76
theocentrism, 89
Thomas Merton Center, 59
Thomas More Law Center, 64, 76---78,
82-84, 86, 89
Thompson, Richard, 83
Three Mile Island, 82
Thurmond, Strom, Jr., 33-36
Thurmond, Strom, Sr., 35
Tidmore, Donnie, 25, 28-29
Times of Trenton, 17
Tippin, Aaron, 4
torture, 138, 139, 143-45, 149, 150,
153-54, 167
treason, 55-56
Treasury Department, U.S., 105
Office of Foreign Assets Control of,
160-61, 163-65, 173
Trenton, N.J., 14
trespass charges, on State land, 31-32, 33
trial:
by jury, 141
speedy and public, 137, 141-42
Trial, The (Kafka), xiv-xv, 94
Trkula, Shirley R., 41-44
T-shirts, as protest, 6-7, 10, 12, 15, 36
Turkey, 137, 139, 146, 150, 151
Turley, Jon, 56, 57
Twain, Mark, xiii

Unbearable Lightness of Being, The
(Kundera), 119-20
Unitarians, 69
United Arab Emirates, 110, 160-61
United Kingdom, 139
United Nations, 18
United States v. Awadallah, 96
Universalists, 69
USA Patriot Act, 45-46, 110, 119,
162-63
NSLs under, 124-26, 128, 134
renewal of, 133-34
sneak-and-peek provisions of, 98,
116-17, 157, 169
U.S. attorneys, 49-50, 59, 95-97,
II1-I2, 113-14, 126, 134-35, 157,
158
USC Tide 18 Section 1752(a)(I)(ii), 34

Vancouver, Wash., 101
Vermuelen, Mark, 51
viewpoint-based exclusionary
determinations, 46
Villepin, Dominique de, 18
Vinson & Elkins, 53
Virgil, 103
Virginia, 102, 141
religious tax in, 68
Virginia Beach, Va., 64

Waco, Tex., 26, 29
Walczak, Witold, 81-83, 90
WallBuilders, 88-89
War on Terror, 53, 104, 137, 146, 160
wartime, used as exception to Bill of
Rights, 7-8, 104, 110, 147
Washington, D.C., 108, 110, 112-13,
127, 134, 141, 154, 158, 159, 170,
173, 175
Washington, George, 5, 7, 15, 75-76
Washington Post, 53, 55-56, 151, 161,
163
waterboarding, 138
Watergate scandal, 157, 169
Wax, Steve, 109, 111-14
Weinrich, Noel, 66, 90
Werder, Richard, 99-101, 104-6, 108,
112, 115
Western Michigan University, 38
Western White House Gift Shop, 25
West Virginia, 3-5, 7, 9-13
West Virginia Coal Association, 4
White House, 14, 22, 37, 46, 55, 60,
141, 168
White House Advance Office, 4, 12,
21, 33
Whitewater scandal, 149
Wichita, Kans., 113
Wieners, Michael T., 115
Williams, Kenneth, 59
Wilson, James, 141
Wilson, Woodrow, H
Windsor, Conn., 120
wiretapping, 117, 166, 174
witnesses, 137
Wolf, Joshua, 47-52, 56-62
Wolfowitz, Paul, xvii
Worden, Amy, 87
World War I, 53
World War II, 147
writs of assistance, 102-3
Wyoming, 115

Yeltsin, Boris, 165
Yingling, Angie, 66-67, 70, 72, 77-78, 80
Yoo, John, 138
York Daily Record, 72

Zafiris, Ken, 25
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MOLLY IVINS, a three-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, began her career in journalism as the complaint department of the Houston Chronicle. She then went on to work for The Texas Observer, as co-editor, and The New York Times, as a political reporter and later as Rocky Mountain bureau chief. In 1982, she returned to Texas. Her column was syndicated in more than three hundred newspapers, and her freelance work appeared in Esquire, The Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times Magazine, The Nation, Harper's, and other publications. Her first book, Molly Ivins Can't Say That, Can She?, spent more than a year on the New York Times bestseller list. Her books with Lou Dubose on George W. Bush, Shrub and Bushwhacked, were also New York Times bestsellers. Molly Ivins died in January 2007.

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Lou DUBOSE has written about Texas and national politics for thirty years. He was editor of The Texas Observer and politics editor for The Austin Chronicle, and he currently edits The Washington Spectator. He was co-author (with Molly Ivins) of Shrub and Bushwhacked. In 2003 he wrote (with Texas Monthly writer Jan Reid) The Hammer: Tom DeLay, God, Money, and the Rise of the Republican Congress. In 2006 he wrote (with Texas Observer editor Jake Bernstein) Vice: Dick Cheney and the Hijacking of the American Presidency.
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