Investigate the Investigators!
Let's look into these unpatriotic Americans who want to prosecute patriotic Americans.
In his various memoranda to the president in the weeks after 9/11, professor Yoo proposed the suspension of the Fourth Amendment if the military were to be deployed against suspected terrorists in the United States, as well as the president's right to suspend free speech and a free press if it would make America safer. Yoo continues to urge that if we don't stop pandering to the "anti-war base" and "the chattering classes," America is staring right down the barrel of another imminent terror attack. The time has come to bring this brief era of American openness and transparency to a close. It's time to hold those folks seeking government accountability to account. Let's go after that chattering class once and for all. To do anything less is to practically invite the terrorist menace to attack us once more.
Dahlia Lithwick writes about the courts and the law for Slate.