VIDEO: Drifting towards a National Security State: Debate about Secret Session in House of Representatives.
By Global Research
Global Research, July 14, 2008
14 July 2008
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Debate about Secret Session in House of Representatives (March 13, 2008)

Debate to discuss FISA changes.  

“For more than an hour they debated [March 13] the nuances of a proposed secret session of the House that the Republicans wanted in order to share secret information about a secret wiretapping program that is being debated by Congress due to a secret ruling from a secret spying court about the legality of the President’s secret spying program.

The House is scheduled to vote on legislation about spying and legal amnesty for partners in the president’s secret wiretapping program tomorrow, though that vote was ostensibly scheduled for Thursday and could get postponed again.”

The changes to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) were adopted on July 9th

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