Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Finally! Congress Set To Revive Constitutional Liberties

For five years our constitutionally-guaranteed civil liberties, including our precious right to privacy, have been beaten unmercifully by the Administration, and the Congress has stood idly by and turned a blind eye, without any oversight. That may now change. Incoming Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy pubicly announced yesterday that his committee in 2007 will work to restore constitutional checks and balances for those vital rights. Hopefully, it's not too late to revive the patient.

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