“Pakistan’s most famous-ever cricketer, former captain-turned-politician Imran Khan, spent Saturday confined to his home where authorities detained him to thwart his plan to lead a march to protest against Bush’s visit.”
“I think the administration has looked at the legitimate power of the executive during a time of war and taken it to extremes. [It's] to the point that we’d lose constitutional balance. Under their theory, there would be almost no role for the Congress or the courts.” — Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
King “confirmed Friday that a few days after he first threatened legislation to hold up the port deal, the Pentagon informed him that it could not provide an aircraft for his planned March Congressional delegation to Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East.”
After four years of secrecy, “a federal judge rejected administration arguments that releasing the names would violate the detainees’ privacy” and allowed 5,000 pages of Guantanamo hearing transcripts to be released under an AP FOIA request.
Amount added to the federal deficit over 10 years by President Bush’s latest budget.