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The NSA Intercepts and the President’s Authority to Order Surveillance of Al Qaeda’s Communications with Tts Agents in America

Wednesday, January 18, 2006  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt
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Glenn Reynolds has some new links on the subject of surveillance of Al Qaeda when it contacts its operatives in the United States.

Background posts:

First post on the New York Times story, which ran on 12/16/05.

The president’s response on December 17.

Presidential Power, Part I.


Presidential Power, Part II.

Presidential Power, Part III


Presidential Power, Part IV

Presidential Power, Part V.


Presidential Power, Part VI

Presidential Power, Part VII

The Department of Justice points and authorities.

Powerline’s John Hinderaker’s comprehensive review of the authority to conduct surveillance of Al Qaeda communications with its agents in the United States.

My interview with University of Chicago Law School Professor Cass Sunstein on the president’s authority to order the surveillance.

Read it all before the hearings begin.

Or you could trust MSM, John Kerry and Al Gore to explain it all for you.

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