a good analysis of the recent ruling by U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor in which she declares the very type of surveillance that has thwarted terrorist attacks since 9/11 to be unconstitutional. Judge Taylor has also issued an injunction to stop our nation's defenders from using some very effective surveillance techniques. I hope the terrorist abetting judge has merely allowed her bias against President Bush to cloud her judgment, and not that she is a dupe of or actually being employed by our enemies.
Not to worry, as Ken says in the South Dakota Politics blog, there isn't much chance of this annoying ruling and injunction to stand very long. Judge Taylor's decision runs contrary to previously established law and will no doubt fall on appeal before the wire taps on the terrorists' phones go dead. Wouldn't you know this friend of al-Qaeda was appointed to the federal bench by Jimmy Carter.
Jimmy Carter's judges are no better than anything else Mr. Peanut did for us: no-flush toilets, synfuels, the Ayatollah Khomeini, etc., etc.