Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Editorial of the day

Another good one from Thomas Sowell today about the "phony" crisis of the NSA wiretaps and the "real" crisis of Iranian nukes.

Sowell makes a great point in connection with the outrage over the NSA wiretaps:

"Hundreds of raw FBI files on Republicans were sent to the Clinton White House, in violation of laws and for no higher purpose than having enough dirt on enough people to intimidate political opponents. But domestic spying against Republicans did not shock nearly as many people as intercepting phone calls from terrorists."

Touche, Dr. Sowell.

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