Who's Afraid of Anna Diggs Taylor?

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Author(s) Scott Johnson
Source Power Line
Date 8/18/2006
URL http://powerlineblog.com/archives/015042.php
Quotes-start.png "Anyone who knows what legal analysis and legal argument look like -- anyone who knows the requisites of legal reasoning -- must look on the handiwork of Judge Anna Diggs Taylor in the NSA case in amazement. It is a pathetic piece of work. If it had been submitted by a student in my second year legal writing class at the University of St. Thomas Law School, it would have earned a failing grade." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position Judge Taylor was right to rule program unconstitutional on the topic NSA warrantless surveillance controversy.