Domestic spying

The president's domestic spying scandal was the talk of the blogs this weekend.

Just to recap, George Bush admitted to authorizing warrantless wiretaps on Americans during his weekly radio address on Saturday. Soon after, Steve Gilliard pointed to the NYT coverage of the story and to Glen Greenwald's widely influential analysis of Bush's announcement: Bush's unchecked Executive power v. the Founding principles of the U.S..

As usual, Digby cut to the chase on the key constitutional question...

[News Blog, Glenn Greenwald, Hullabaloo]

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