Joe Kay - Archive

Bush administration moves to exploit Burma cyclone disaster By Joe Kay, May 09, 2008
Congress moves toward expanding government spying, with immunity for telecoms By Joe Kay, February 14, 2008
US prepares to increase occupation forces in Afghanistan By Joe Kay, December 27, 2007
Miami: Collapse of Liberty City 7 case exposes fraud of “war on terror” By Joe Kay, December 16, 2007
Both parties supported US interrogation program By Joe Kay, December 12, 2007
CIA destroyed torture tapes By Joe Kay, December 09, 2007
US Congress moves toward passage of domestic spy bill By Joe Kay, November 18, 2007
Report details secret Bush administration memos authorizing torture By Joe Kay, October 07, 2007
Details emerge of vast scope of US domestic spying law By Joe Kay, August 22, 2007
Bush orders seizure of assets from those threatening Iraq “stabilization efforts” By Joe Kay, July 25, 2007
Bush’s assertion of executive power: The logic of presidential-military dictatorship By Joe Kay, July 17, 2007
Civil rights groups file war crimes complaint in Germany against top US officials By Joe Kay, November 19, 2006
Senate-White House compromise sanctions CIA torture of detainees By Joe Kay and Barry Grey, September 23, 2006
US Congress prepares legal sanction for spying program By Joe Kay, February 27, 2006
Bush administration launches campaign of lies in defense of government spying By Joe Kay, January 27, 2006
Bush administration report defends spying, unconstrained executive powers By Joe Kay, January 24, 2006
US general withholds testimony in Abu Ghraib abuse trial By Joe Kay, January 22, 2006