July 25, 2008 | National Review Online

Speaking of Miranda Warnings for the Enemy …

I have an article on the homepage this morning about Attorney General Mukasey's effort to prevent the Supreme Court's disastrous Boumediene decision from turning the military battlefield into 'CSI Kandahar' — and effort which Democrats, who can't tell us often enough that they 'support our troops,' seem in no hurry to help. The AG's proposals are modest and urgently needed. For myself, as I argued earlier in the week, I think Congress should suspend the Supreme Court's new writ of habeas corpus, allowing us to go back to the writ that served us well for the 219 years preceeding June 12, 2008.

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