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The Media's Blackout Of The National Defense Authorization Act Is Shameful

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The broadcast media's ignorance and unwillingness to cover the National Defense Authorization Act, a radical piece of legislation which outrageously redefines the US homeland as a 'battlefield' and makes US citizens subject to military apprehension and detainment for life without access to a trial or attorney, is unacceptable.

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