I was previously a constitutional law and civil rights litigator and am now a journalist. I am the author of three New York Times bestselling books -- "How Would a Patriot Act" (a critique of Bush executive power theories), "Tragic Legacy" (documenting the Bush legacy), and With Liberty and Justice for Some (critiquing America's two-tiered justice system and the collapse of the rule of law for its political and financial elites). My fifth book - No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA and the US Surveillance State - will be released on April 29, 2014 by Holt/Metropolitan.

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Postings today

I will be posting today at Crooks and Liars and will provide links here as soon as my posts over there are up.

My first post -- concerning the ugly, disturbing hysteria provoked by the 5 Middle Eastern men who tried to purchase disposable cell phones at Walmart -- is here. Michelle Malkin courageously led the outrage over these would-be cell phone buyers. The Comments section to that post is long, raucous and some of the comments are reprehensible, but it's worth checking out the comment of The Ugly American, who is a blogger and sometimes-commentator on my blog.

In light of her book defending the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II (which has a picture of 9/11 hijacker Mohammad Atta on the cover), has anyone ever asked Michelle Malkin whether she favors similar internment camps for Arab-Americans or Muslim Americans - not for forever, but just until our current war on terrorism is over in 30 years or so? It's hard to imagine how she could be opposed to that. Maybe they can ask her about this on Fox News the next time she guest hosts the morning program.

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