Thursday, October 25, 2007

On Bill Moyers Journal - Friday Oct. 26

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NEWSLETTER - Friday, October 26, 2007

“For the first time in American history, a sitting Administration, takes the position the that President has the right to break the law." - Fritz Schwarz

“Great leaders have sometimes taken it upon themselves to say, 'Well, this isn't the law but it must happen.'" - Charles Fried


How far can a President go to defend the nation?

BILL MOYERS JOURNAL examines the unprecedented Presidential power that some say is being amassed by our current Administration and kept secret in the name of national security. Moyers gets perspective from Charles Fried, who teaches Constitutional law at Harvard Law School and served as solicitor general in the Reagan Administration, and Fritz Schwarz, who served as chief counsel to the Senate Select Committee which, led by Frank Church of Idaho, uncovered decades of abuse by the CIA and other intelligence agencies.

On The Moyers Blog

Time for a new Church committee? Weigh in.

You asked, he responded. Answers from Jeremy Scahill and updates on Blackwater.

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