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Patriot

 

a daily Indian newspaper published in English in Delhi. Founded in 1963, Patriot is intended for the progressive public. Circulation, 46,000 (1976).

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Not complying with the law can result in penalties of $1 million or more, as well as lengthy prison terms," noted John Kemp, president of Patriot Act Services.
The more people heard about the PATRIOT Act, the more skeptical they were.
These conservative critics of the Patriot Act include, among many others, firebrand former Georgia Congressman Bob Barr, the American Conservative Union, Grover Norquist's Americans for Tax Reform and the entire Republican Congressional delegation from Idaho.
Passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, the Patriot Act has equipped law enforcement with critical tools--tools necessary to construct America's defense against threats to the freedoms we hold dear.
Many aspects of the Patriot Act unfairly target immigrants.
The Strong Patriot continues to fill an important niche in our MTMC shipping movements to the Azores.
A good policy should spell out for administrators what procedures they need to follow to respond to court orders, warrants, and subpoenas, while remaining within the scope of the liability protections provided by the Patriot Act.
At this and other Patriot meetings, there was a gap between the content of formal, on-the-record presentations and the materials spread out on the literature tables.
The Patriots, with their 24-21 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX, became the first team since the Denver Broncos in 1998 to win back-to-back championships and joined the Dallas Cowboys of the mid-90s as the only teams to win three Super Bowls in four years.
A close look at Kerry's statements on the PATRIOT Act, however, reveals that there is less to his opposition than meets the eye.