May 31, 2024
Yet again, Congress has proved itself to be the enemy of privacy rights in America. A bill reauthorizing Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act was called to a vote this week in the House of Representatives, and defenders of the Constitution were quick to sound the alarm bells that it would be used...
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In the early stages of the 20th century, then-American President Woodrow Wilson addressed Congress, imploring them to declare war against Imperial Germany and for America to enter full force into World War I. At a time when the Constitution still mattered in Washington, Wilson, limited in his capacity and requiring Congressional approval, painted a vividly...
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