I was just about to write a post noting that virtually every commenter to this post ignored the actual point of the post and simply returned to argue again and.
A couple of our commenters made this point well, too, but this post very effectively expresses my puzzlement over various male commenters who seemed to think that having a foot.
Kenneth Ackerman, a Washington lawyer and amateur biographer, has penned Young J. Edgar: Hoover, the Red Scare, and the Assault on Civil Liberties, a book focusing on the experiences of.
GFR has more details, concluding that under Minnesota law that signaling someone in a public place that you'd be interested in engaging in consensual lewdness is not, in fact, illegal..
I'm frankly not sure even what to say to Josh Patashnik's response to my post from earlier today. Essentially, he concedes the merits of the arguments Matt and I made.
A great article by Erwin Chemerinsky about the latest appalling cutback on habeas corpus rights. The odious Anti-terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act gave a one-year time limit to file.
Benjamin Wittes urges Alberto Gonzales to resign "to make possible a serious discussion of the future of FISA." I think -- at least in a fantasy world in which Congressional.
Brad Plumer has a discussion of requirements that welfare recipients in San Diego submit to warrantless searches of their homes. This kind of policy presents one of the thorniest problems.