The American Thinker on surveillance
The Clintons and their cronies (which includes the NYT) are now all up in arms about presidential surveillance powers. The American Thinker
goes back a few years to their position when they were in power. Perhaps the issue here is that, at least most recently, it has been Democratic Presidents who invaded the privacy of political opponents for personal gain. They therefore assume that if George Bush is wire tapping US<->foreign calls the purpose must be to listen in on their planning sessions with Jacques Chirac.