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Joseph Thai

A wild pitch on eavesdropping

By Joseph Thai
August 2, 2006

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AT HIS confirmation hearings for chief justice of the US Supreme Court, John Roberts likened judges to umpires. They ``make sure everybody plays by the rules," and they ``call balls and strikes." That may be the best analogy to use in exposing the dangers of the compromise bill that Senator Arlen Specter brokered with the Bush administration to submit its ... (Full article: 737 words)

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