Andy McCarthy writes at National Review that the liberals on the Supreme Court today have, in essence, usurped the role of the President and Senate by making a treaty -- albeit one-sided -- with Al Qaeda. The Supreme Court, operating outside the Constitution, has decreed we must follow the Geneva Convention.
But Al Qaeda does not operate under the Geneva Convention...
McCarthy is betting that we're going to end up with criminal trials.
As he so often is, Justice Kennedy was a terrible disappointment today. The one bright light is that Justice Alito dissented along with Justices Scalia and Thomas. Chief Justice Roberts had to recuse himself as he had previously ruled in this matter -- in favor of the administration -- at the circuit court level.
Read much more analysis in today's posts at Bench Memos.
The last week has not been a good one for our nation's future safety.
Update: Mark Levin on how Congress and the Supreme Court are "systematically stripping the presidency of war-making powers." He writes that, among other things, today's decision reverses a half-century of precedents.