Digby has much more information about the US and Iran than I found in my newspaper.
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The Pentagon has been using a little-known power to obtain banking and credit records of hundreds of Americans and others suspected of terrorism or espionage inside the United States, part of an aggressive expansion by the military into domestic intelligence gathering.
I know Digby has a consumate following among many liberals, but I have to say, I get awfully tired of the constant sexist digs that pepper so many Digby posts. This was a small one (compared to crap like this in which Digby endorses two books that James Dobson’s Focus on the Family follwers also have a fondness for, as they “prove” women can’t be leaders) but really, was it necessary to the point for Digby to say “I honestly don’t know what purpose Suzanne Malveaux’s report served except to have a pretty face deliver the white house spin“? Blech.