NSA warrantless surveillance controversy

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For more information, see the Wikipedia article "NSA warrantless surveillance controversy"

This is a topic, with start date December 19, 2005 and end date January 17, 2007.

Its theme(s) are Terrorism, United States domestic politics.

Summary of positions for this topic[edit]

Full listing[edit]

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Summary Position link Stance
Warrantless Wiretap Program in Doubt by Helen Thomas (Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2006-08-25) (view) for
Unbalanced to the right by Robert Robb (The Arizona Republic, 8/23/2006) (view) for
ACLU v. NSA: "A Fearless and Independent Judiciary" by Geoffrey R. Stone (The Huffington Post, 8/19/2006) (view) for
Ruling for the Law by The New York Times editorial board (The New York Times, 8/18/2006) (view) for
Wiretap ruling affirms that presidents aren't monarchs by USA Today editorial board (USA Today, 8/18/2006) (view) for
The Bush doctrine under surveillance by Glenn Greenwald (Salon.com, 8/18/2006) (view) for
Every Executive Needs a Limit by Erwin Chemerinsky (Slate, 8/18/2006) (view) for
Crippling terrorist surveillance by The Washington Times editorial board (The Washington Times, October 2, 2006) (view) against
Eavesdropping ruling a judicial farce by Robert Novak (Chicago Sun-Times, August 28, 2006) (view) against
A law unto herself: Judge Taylor shows why Dems can't be trusted by Jack Kelly (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, August 27, 2006) (view) against
War, law and justice by David B. Rivkin Jr., Lee A. Casey (The Washington Times, August 24, 2006) (view) against
A Law Unto Herself by Ann Althouse (The New York Times, 8/23/2006) (view) against
Politics over justice by Jonathan Gurwitz (San Antonio Express-News, 8/22/2006) (view) against
President Taylor by The Wall Street Journal editorial board (The Wall Street Journal, 8/18/2006) (view) against
Who's Afraid of Anna Diggs Taylor? by Scott Johnson (Power Line, 8/18/2006) (view) against
Judge Ignores Precedent, Holds NSA Program "Unconstitutional" by John Hinderaker (Power Line, 8/17/2006) (view) against
Eavesdropping within the law by Chicago Tribune editorial board (Chicago Tribune, August 20, 2006) (view) mixed
Wiretap decision goes over the top by Rocky Mountain News editorial board (Rocky Mountain News, August 19, 2006) (view) mixed

All items that address this topic (18 total)[edit]

Title Author Source Date
Judge Ignores Precedent, Holds NSA Program "Unconstitutional" John Hinderaker Power Line August 17, 2006
Ruling for the Law The New York Times editorial board The New York Times August 18, 2006
President Taylor The Wall Street Journal editorial board The Wall Street Journal August 18, 2006
Wiretap ruling affirms that presidents aren't monarchs USA Today editorial board USA Today August 18, 2006
The Bush doctrine under surveillance Glenn Greenwald Salon.com August 18, 2006
Every Executive Needs a Limit Erwin Chemerinsky Slate August 18, 2006
Who's Afraid of Anna Diggs Taylor? Scott Johnson Power Line August 18, 2006
Wiretap decision goes over the top Rocky Mountain News editorial board Rocky Mountain News August 19, 2006
ACLU v. NSA: "A Fearless and Independent Judiciary" Geoffrey R. Stone The Huffington Post August 19, 2006
Eavesdropping within the law Chicago Tribune editorial board Chicago Tribune August 20, 2006
Politics over justice Jonathan Gurwitz San Antonio Express-News August 22, 2006
A Law Unto Herself Ann Althouse The New York Times August 23, 2006
Unbalanced to the right Robert Robb The Arizona Republic August 23, 2006
War, law and justice David B. Rivkin Jr. Lee A. Casey The Washington Times August 24, 2006
Warrantless Wiretap Program in Doubt Helen Thomas Seattle Post-Intelligencer August 25, 2006
A law unto herself: Judge Taylor shows why Dems can't be trusted Jack Kelly Pittsburgh Post-Gazette August 27, 2006
Eavesdropping ruling a judicial farce Robert Novak Chicago Sun-Times August 28, 2006
Crippling terrorist surveillance The Washington Times editorial board The Washington Times October 2, 2006