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N.S.A. Wiretaps

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Dahlia Lithwick, senior editor for Slate.com, discusses the federal judge's ruling that the post-9/11 warrantless wiretap surveillance was illegal.

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Comments [7]

Jeff from Jersey; yes New Jersey from somewhere in the Garden State

The April fool joke ranks along with what Orson Wells did one autumn evening. The trouble was it was too darn realistic. Especially with the quotes from the Justices. As one wise woman said to her husband a long time ago, *taint funny McGee. All the best!

Apr. 01 2010 03:20 PM
Dick Chaser from NSA

Obama rules, he must be getting laid on the side that's how they got him

Apr. 01 2010 10:27 AM
john from office

Brian the caller has not proven anything he is saying, you just accept his claims.

Apr. 01 2010 10:26 AM
john from office

Brian you and the ACLU will only be happy when we have a national tragedy, a massive attack. You hold these people up as heros, they are traitors. Abe Lincoln held people in prisons in New York Harbor during the Civil War, Mail was opened during world war two.

We are at war against an intellgent enemy.

Once we are attacked, you will run episodes on the intellgence failures and pooh pooh the government.

Apr. 01 2010 10:24 AM
Lloyd from Manhattan

What do these Tea Baggers who are always decrying loss of "freedom" think about Bush trampling on their privacy? Or, if Bush and Cheney do it, is it OK with the Tea Baggers?

Apr. 01 2010 10:22 AM
James Hellmens from New York

Obama the spineless Liberal president...

He takes in the back for an over priced healthcare benifit that will die before it ever get implimented

Apr. 01 2010 10:20 AM
jeff pappas from Ct.


News Flash April 1 2010 :

Dick Cheney has been captured and is currently restrained in an orange straight jacket, being flown to an undisclosed International Criminal Court where he faces charges of War Crimes, Crimes against humanity and First degree Dr Evilism .

Apr. 01 2010 10:09 AM

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