Boumediene v. Bush

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This is a topic, with start date December 5, 2007 and end date June 12, 2008.

Its theme(s) are Terrorism, War.

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Supreme Court was correct in its ruling


All items that address this topic (15 total)

Title Author Source Date
Supreme arrogance New York Daily News editorial board New York Daily News June 12, 2008
The Jihad Five Investor's Business Daily editorial board Investor's Business Daily June 12, 2008
Justice 5, Brutality 4 The New York Times editorial board The New York Times June 13, 2008
President Kennedy The Wall Street Journal editorial board The Wall Street Journal June 13, 2008
The Justices' Refrain The Washington Post editorial board The Washington Post June 13, 2008
Habeas for Guantanamo detainees Los Angeles Times editorial board Los Angeles Times June 13, 2008
Supreme Court blots a stain The Philadelphia Inquirer editorial board The Philadelphia Inquirer June 13, 2008
Latest Guantanamo ruling reaffirms American values USA Today editorial board USA Today June 13, 2008
An inexplicable power grab Richard Samp USA Today June 13, 2008
A rebuked Bush San Francisco Chronicle editorial board San Francisco Chronicle June 13, 2008
Supreme Disgrace Peter Wehner National Review June 13, 2008
The Supreme Court Goes to War John Yoo The Wall Street Journal June 17, 2008
Contempt Of Courts George F. Will The Washington Post June 17, 2008
We'll Rue Having Judges on the Battlefield Andrew McBride The Wall Street Journal June 21, 2008
The Enemy Detainee Mess The Wall Street Journal editorial board The Wall Street Journal July 3, 2008