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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: May 31, 2011 Pentagon to Consider Cyberattacks Acts of War
QUOTE: The Pentagon, trying to create a formal strategy to deter cyberattacks on the United States, plans to issue a new strategy soon declaring that a computer attack from a foreign nation can be considered an act of war that may result in a military response.
New York Times Jul 21, 2010 U.S. to Impose More Sanctions Against North Korea
QUOTE: “These measures [further economic sanctions] are not directed at the people of North Korea, who have suffered for too long due to the misguided and maligned priorities of their government,” Mrs. Clinton said at a news conference, flanked by Mr. Gates and South Korea’s defense and foreign ministers. “They are directed at the destabilizing, illicit, and provocative policies pursued by that government.”
New York Times May 02, 2009 1 in 7 Freed Detainees Rejoins Fight, Report Finds
QUOTE: To relocate the 240 prisoners now at Guantánamo Bay, the plan will ultimately rely on sending some overseas for release, transferring others to the custody of foreign governments, and moving the rest to facilities in the United States, either for military or civilian trials or, in some cases, perhaps, to be held without charges.
New York Times Apr 30, 2009 In Military, New Debate Over Policy Toward Gays
QUOTE: While Mr. Obama has promised to get rid of the 16-year-old policy that allows gay men and lesbians to serve only if they keep their sexual orientation secret, Mr. Gates has said that both he and the president want to push the issue “down the road a bit.”
New York Times Aug 24, 2004 President Urges Outside Groups to Halt All Ads
QUOTE: President Bush said on Monday that political advertisements run by a broad swath of independent groups should be stopped, including a television advertisement attacking Senator John Kerry's war record. But the White House quickly moved to insist that Mr. Bush had not meant in any way to single out the advertisement run by veterans opposed to Mr. Kerry.
New York Times Aug 03, 2004 Intelligence Chief Without Power? Support Leaves Questions
QUOTE: Democrats said that in keeping the authority of the new intelligence chief vague, Mr. Bush was seeking to avoid a major blowup with Congress and the Pentagon before the election...
New York Times Jan 07, 2004 Bush Would Give Illegal Workers Broad New Rights
QUOTE: Under Mr. Bush's proposal, which effectively amounts to an amnesty program for illegal immigrants with jobs in the United States, an undocumented worker could apply for temporary worker status here for an unspecified number of years, with all the employee benefits, like minimum wage and due process, accorded to those legally employed.
New York Times Jan 30, 2003 With Antiwar Poetry Set, Mrs. Bush Postpones Event
QUOTE: Laura Bush has postponed a White House symposium on the works of Emily Dickinson, Langston Hughes and Walt Whitman after some of the poets invited said they hoped to use the event to protest American military action in Iraq.
New York Times Aug 27, 2002 Cheney Says Peril of a Nuclear Iraq Justifies an Attack
QUOTE: Vice President Dick Cheney today presented the administration's most forceful and comprehensive rationale yet for attacking Iraq, warning that Saddam Hussein would "fairly soon" have nuclear weapons.
New York Times May 21, 2002 Embargo Remains Until Cuba Alters Policy, Bush Says
QUOTE: President Bush, in a speech harshly critical of Fidel Castro, said today that he would not lift a trade embargo against Cuba without substantial movement toward democracy there.
New York Times Oct 30, 2001 Bush Announces a Crackdown On Visa Violators
QUOTE: President Bush moved today to tighten immigration controls in order to keep potential terrorists out of the United States, partly by cracking down on foreigners who have stayed beyond the terms of their visas.
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