June 26, 2002


GUARD OUR LIBERTY: The Cato Institute's Robert A. Levy, who knows quite a bit more about constitutional law than either Steve Chapman (who's Chicago Tribune column on this topic I linked to the other day) or I do, has an excellent analysis of the incoherent policies of the Bush administration toward detainees, where the pattern seems to be that non-citizens get lawyers and citizens don't. His basic point is that Congress ought to have more input, which is a theme I'm working into some drafts-in-progress that may find their way into print in the coming months.

Posted by John Tabin at June 26, 2002 12:21 AM