Wednesday, January 18, 2006
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Assisted suicide and the war on terrorism
Orin Kerr has a good post up explaining why the Supreme Court's 6-3 ruling in Gonzales v. Oregon favor of Oregon's assisted suicide law could be a harbinger for how the Court will rule on NSA surveillance or other executive-legislative disputes.
UPDATE: Stephen Bainbridge has a good post up on what the ruling reveals about Scalia's jurisprudence.posted by Dan on 01.18.06 at 12:03 PM
I don't think this ruling shows anything about how the Supremes would rule on the NSA thing. The case is about the powers of the Governmnet on domestic issues. I believe the NSA thing is a cpmpletely different issue and will be looked at differently.posted by: Oldcrow on 01.18.06 at 12:03 PM [permalink]
The Oregon ruling will show not how the Supreme
The main theme for the Oregon ruling was the Drug
But look how the votes went down:
The 'liberals' and a 'moderate' stuck to the original
How beautifully ironic.
It seems conservatives only mouth about adhering
Prediction: NSA vote, if it happens, is 5-4 against
I think the best way to describe the new Court's
It is just amazing to me that anyone could be a suiced bomber.
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