Thursday, September 13, 2012

Latest on NDAA

Sorry I haven't had time to dig into the NDAA issue and report thereon.  My apologies to 44.   The start of the semester is always hectic and now I'm working on my Constitution Day Presentation.  Check out this legal decision. FWIW: Note this is a Ron Paul-type libertarian website.  To be on the safe side, if you have time, read the actual opinion.

1 comment:

  1. First of all, I don't know what's so vague about detaining enemy threats during hostilities, be they foreign or domestic. Throughout world history, traitors usually faced severe penalties during times of conflict. This has been true with America's past. So I ask again, what's so vague given the NDAA's prescribed circumstances? If clearer instructions are needed, so be it. But the actual premise behind the NDAA's enemy detention policy appears constitutionally sound.