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Debate: Does Mass Phone Data Collection Violate The 4th Amendment?

John Yoo is the Emanuel Heller professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley and a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. He is the author of Point of Attack: Preventive War, International Law, and Global Welfare as well as ...


Why Eric Holder Will Regret His Recklessness

The nation can wave goodbye to Attorney General Holder with relief, as to a bad houseguest who almost burned down the house during his unwelcome stay. His political missteps were legion, and his choices on law enforcement policy revealed a stunning ...


Does Justice Thomas support the Supreme Court's notorious Korematsu decision?

Kende briefly notes some similarities between Thomas' views on presidential war powers and those of his former clerk John Yoo, one of the most extreme academic advocates of ultra-broad presidential authority over foreign policy. There are indeed some ...


Piedmont: UC Berkeley law professor Yoo speaks at PARW event

"Secondly, we are thrilled and honored to have John Yoo as our guest speaker. Professor Yoo served as deputy assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Counsel of the U.S. Department of Justice in President George W. Bush's administration, and ...


Triple homicide suspect enters not guilty plea in Pasadena shooting rampage

... Smith, 44, of Pasadena faces three counts of murder for the deaths of Maria Aguiar, 59, her father Luis Aguiar, 91, and Jose Hernandez Iribe, 31, and three counts of attempted murder, including the attempted murder of Pasadena police officer John Yoo.


Gitmo becomes another gift to the GOP

John Yoo, who rankled liberals by making arguments for broad executive power in the George W. Bush administrations, finds this astounding. If Obama proceeds, “he will have broken a long-standing constitutional principle respected by virtually every ...


Congress Ignores Obama's Broad Executive Power Use - Except on Guantanamo

For example, one of John Yoo's memos while employed at the Office of Legal Counsel purported to permit interrogations outside the United States based on the legal theory that the president, as commander-in-chief during wartime, was permitted to ...


Intelligence Squared debate: Mass collection of US phone records violates the ...

Intelligence Squared presented an excellent debate last week at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia — “Resolved: Mass collection of U.S. phone records violates the Fourth Amendment.” Arguing for the motion were Alex Abdo, staff attorney ...


Video: Intelligence Squared US debates the Fourth Amendment

Stewart Baker, former assistant secretary of Homeland Security and former NSA general counsel, and John Yoo, professor of law at UC Berkeley and former Justice Department lawyer, argued against the motion. Alex Abdo, staff attorney at the ACLU Speech, ...


Does The Mass Collection Of Phone Records Violate The Fourth Amendment?

Meanwhile, Stewart Baker, formerly of Homeland Security and the former General Counsel of the NSA, joined Professor John Yoo, who famously declared that judges aren't good enough to understand the Fourth Amendment, to argue that we should all feel a ...



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