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The Journal: Domestic Spying

  • Aired: 09/06/2007
  • 53:22
  • Rating: NR
Executive director of the ACLU Anthony D. Romero and former GOP Congressman Mickey Edwards about wiretapping and domestic surveillance. Jack Goldsmith, former head the Office of Legal Counsel at the DOJ, gives an insider's view of advising the President on the limits of executive power. West Virginia evangelical Christians who are turning to their faith to battle mountaintop mining.
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The Journal: Domestic Spying
A report on domestic wiretapping and Jack Goldsmith on THE TERROR PRESIDENCY.
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