Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Wiretapping Program Can Continue

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A program that is effective in stopping terrorist attacks can continue to the dismay of liberals everywhere:

CHICAGO (Reuters) - The government can continue to use its warrantless domestic wiretap program pending the Justice Department's appeal of a federal judge's ruling outlawing the program, an Appeals Court in Cincinnati ruled on Wednesday.

The ruling overturned District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor's decision last week to deny a lengthy stay in the case, which is expected to end up with the Supreme Court.

In August, Taylor ruled that the National Security Agency's five-year-old surveillance program, implemented as part of the government's war on terrorism, violates the civil rights of Americans.

The American Civil Liberties Union filed the suit in March on behalf of scholars, attorneys, journalists and non-profit groups that regularly communicate with people in the Middle East.

Good news for everyone but far-left and terrorists planning on attacking civilians. The program was working and had shown results before the media led by the NY Times blew the lid off of the program. Let's hope we can see the success we had prior to the MSM's traitorous actions.

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