Sounding Off on Bush’s Spy Program
Posted on Jan 2, 2006
By Blair Golson
Ever since the New York Times first disclosed on Dec. 16 that President Bush had authorized a warrantless domestic spying program in the wake of 9/11, the blogosphere and the Op-Edosphere have been awash in legal analyses of the program. This roundup contains some of the most linked- and responded-to analyses on the ‘Net, and serves as a good jumping-off point for the debate. (The professional affiliations of the authors are self-provided or come from their own websites.)
Following the list are links to primary documents and other source materials relevant to the issue.