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Friday, December 16, 2005 

The U.S. Senate has a brain?

No, seriously, they do? I mean, a partially functional one, right?

Well, apparently they do. Today the U.S. Senate voted down extensions on two of the more controversial sections of Patriot Act I & II.

Associated Press Link to the story.

Granted, it was narrowly defeated, which is still disheartening, but at least it's something. The two parts of the Patriot Acts that were not renewed are "roving wiretaps" and "secret warrants for books, records and other items from businesses, hospitals and organizations such as libraries".

After thinking about this a bit more, I wonder if this will really mean anything at all? There are so many black projects and secret operations taking place on this planet that it wouldn't shock me if nothing has changed after this Senate vote. If whoever is pulling the strings behind our government wants something to happen, it will happen.

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