Bush v. the Supreme Court -- Game, Set and Match to the President
Most people concerned to any serious degree with individual rights appear to think that the three Supreme Court anti-terrorism decisions announced this week represent a significant victory on behalf of civil liberties, and that they rein in the government in important ways.
Now that I've read most of the three opinions, as well as much commentary about them, I think that view is wrong.
I explain my reasons in some detail, here.
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