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The Military Commissions Act of 2006 subverts who we are as Americans. Beware.
The Roberts Court signals the president that he is not immune from the Constitution
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Puerto Rican independence activists rally 'round an FBI crackdown
Jose Padilla indicted at last
Guantánamo's assemblage of undeniable facts: Home truths in a memo from overseas
The Supreme Court succeeds in stripping the president of unconstitutional authority
SCOTUS reminds POTUS what America is fighting for
Padilla remains gagged, but justice department tells 'his' story
Padilla's alleged gas plot reeks; so does Justice's 'openness'
Can the commander in chief 'detain' the constitution indefinitely all by himself?
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Powers Formerly Reserved Only for Kings
He Wonders Whether He Will See the Light of Day Again
They Put Him in a Legal Black Hole
Patriot Act II, and Means to Weigh It, Emerge in Bits
Why the "Dirty Bomber" case threatens everyone's rights
Ground Laid for Historic Presidential Powers Push
NYPD to Bring Nationwide Spying Effort Home
Where Is Our Bill of Rights Defense Committee?
A Lawyer's Unpopular Cause Could Save Civil Liberties
Time to Call for His Resignation
While Detainees Languish the Feds Subvert Their Own Secrecy Arguments
Ten Ways to Keep America Safer Without Trampling on Immigrants
How Hollywood Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
A Small Cartel of Conservative Lawyers Rewrites the American Rule