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BILL MOYERS

The Journal: Earmarks and Al Qaeda and Iraq

  • Aired: 07/26/2007
  • 53:28
  • Rating: NR
As the Bush administration promotes the idea that Al Qaeda is the enemy in Iraq, exploring who the U.S. is really fighting. Also, a report on the hidden spending provisions used by Congress known as earmarks, cash pipelines added to legislation without any debate, public hearing or oversight which are often used as payback for political contributions.
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Is Al Qaeda growing in Iraq? Earmark reform efforts in Congress.
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