Eavesdropping Without Warrants
- Carter allowed surveillance in 1977
- Since long before Bush, the White House has abused its powers By Thomas Woods, Jr.
- Presidential Authority to Conduct Warrantless Electronic Surveillance By Congressional Research Service
- What Year Is This Anyway? Rollback to 1214 AD By Nick Turse
- Has President Bush Committed an Impeachable Offense? By Stanley I. Kutler
- Is Bush Just Following Lincoln's Example? By William C. Kashatus
- Congress can't usurp the president's power to spy on America's enemies By Robert F. Turner
- Lincoln and Bush on vigilance and responsibility By Mackubin Thomas Owens
- 'Warrantless' searches not unprecedented By Washington Times
- Absolute Executive Power? By Sidney Blumenthal
- Bush's Surprising Resort to Eavesdropping without a Warrant By David Kahn
- Thank you Mr. President for wiretapping By WSJ Editorial
- Uncle Sam is listening By Bruce Schneier
- Precedents and Presidents By Caleb McDaniel
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Paul Mocker - 12/23/2005
<em>Confronted by menace, or what is perceived as menace, governments will usually attempt to smash it, rarely to understand it, examine it, define it.</em>
The March of Folly, page 167.
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