Question about Zmag article: The Ideological Profiling Act of 2007
By Connie Davis at Feb 27, 2008
I came across a chat forum where a blogger stated that the website cqpolitics.com had an article saying that House bill H.R. 1955 (S. 1959) had died a quiet death in the senate. So I've decided to pass on what the blogger said to do: Go to: http://www.cqpolitics.com and in search box enter the word: 'radical'.
On the results page, notice the article dates on the right. Go to page 2 and click on the article titled: 'Who Can You Believe in the Torture Wars?' (article dated 12/14/07) Scroll down article until you see the heading: 'backchannel chatter'
It reads: Radical: Legislation to create a “National Commission on the Prevention of Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism” (HR 1955) died a quiet death in the Senate last week.
Can anyone confirm this? ...C.D.