NSA warrantless surveillance controversy

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This is a topic, with start date December 19, 2005 and end date January 17, 2007.

Its theme(s) are Terrorism, United States domestic politics.

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Judge Taylor was right to rule program unconstitutional

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All items that address this topic (18 total)

Title Author Source Date
Judge Ignores Precedent, Holds NSA Program "Unconstitutional" John Hinderaker Power Line 2006-08-17
Every Executive Needs a Limit Erwin Chemerinsky Slate 2006-08-18
President Taylor The Wall Street Journal editorial board The Wall Street Journal 2006-08-18
Ruling for the Law The New York Times editorial board The New York Times 2006-08-18
The Bush doctrine under surveillance Glenn Greenwald Salon.com 2006-08-18
Who's Afraid of Anna Diggs Taylor? Scott Johnson Power Line 2006-08-18
Wiretap ruling affirms that presidents aren't monarchs USA Today editorial board USA Today 2006-08-18
ACLU v. NSA: "A Fearless and Independent Judiciary" Geoffrey R. Stone The Huffington Post 2006-08-19
Wiretap decision goes over the top Rocky Mountain News editorial board Rocky Mountain News 2006-08-19
Eavesdropping within the law Chicago Tribune editorial board Chicago Tribune 2006-08-20
Politics over justice Jonathan Gurwitz San Antonio Express-News 2006-08-22
A Law Unto Herself Ann Althouse The New York Times 2006-08-23
Unbalanced to the right Robert Robb The Arizona Republic 2006-08-23
War, law and justice David B. Rivkin Jr. Lee A. Casey The Washington Times 2006-08-24
Warrantless Wiretap Program in Doubt Helen Thomas Seattle Post-Intelligencer 2006-08-25
A law unto herself: Judge Taylor shows why Dems can't be trusted Jack Kelly Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2006-08-27
Eavesdropping ruling a judicial farce Robert Novak Chicago Sun-Times 2006-08-28
Crippling terrorist surveillance The Washington Times editorial board The Washington Times 2006-10-02