Scott Horton Interviews Declan McCullagh

Scott Horton, October 11, 2008

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Declan McCullagh, chief political correspondent for CNET, discusses the current financial crisis, the cost of the bailouts to Americans, newly permanent IRS undercover operations powers, the many data bases tracking us, the last minute additional terms to the final bailout package and the broad power given to the Treasury Secretary.

MP3 here. (33:54)

Declan McCullagh is an award-winning journalist for CNET’s News.com who often writes about computer security and privacy issues while serving as CNET’s chief political correspondent.

2 Responses to “Declan McCullagh”

  1. Obama said that Iran should be barred from importing gasoline. That´s a Declaration of War, the same as HR 362 and SR 580 which were shelved for now.
    Obama said that he wouldn´t allow the UN to Veto an American attack on Iran.
    What´s the matter with him ? Does he think United Bluff owns the planet because of bigger guns ???

  2. obama is the freindly face of facism

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