SPECTER'S SHAM INDEPENDENCE, EXAMPLE #2,494. For those who haven't yet read much about the Arlen Specter-Bush administration "compromise" on the NSA domestic surveillance program, this from Marty Lederman is highly worth reading. Orin Kerr elaborates further on the troubling balance-of-power implications in the bill, while Jane Harman concurs that the thing's no good. Meanwhile, Greg highlights one particular aspect of the media's generally dismal initial coverage of the bill.
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