Nation readers should be excused for wondering whether they were
in some sort of time warp as the Supreme Court closed its term with a
slew of decisions that recalled the halcyon days of
"We have to hold these people until we find out what is going on."
According to a report issued June 2 by the Justice Department's own
Inspector General, that's what Michael Chertoff, head of t
At long last, the military appears to be gearing up to try some of the
Guantánamo Bay prisoners.
Whatever happened to the "worst of the worst"?
Emboldened by the "success" of its preventive war in Iraq, the Bush
Administration appears to be expanding its preventive law-enforcement
strategy at home.
Because September 11 "changed everything," it hasn't always been easy to
find an objective yardstick by which to judge the Bush Administration's
tactics in the "war on terrorism." But the Admin
Spring officially began on Thursday, March 20, but the first real spring
day in Washington was Saturday, a blindingly sunny day, flowers just
beginning to peek out, the National Kite Festival o
In early February, the Center for Public Integrity disclosed a leaked
draft of the Bush Administration's next round in the war on
terrorism--the Domestic Security Enhancement Act (DSEA).
They say history repeats itself. But usually not quite so quickly.
There you go again, Mr. Ashcroft.