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Collusion Memos (Cont.)

Here’s the NYT’s latest take on the memo flap, According to Senate Dems, someone who steals documents that may discredit a Bush nominee is a “whistleblower,” but someone who accesses and discloses unsecured memos suggesting improprieties by Senate Dems is a “thief.” Here’s the Post story on same from Friday, noting that most of the Republicans on the Judiciary Committee have condemned the way the Dems’ collusion memos were obtained. Meanwhile, here’s an article on Manuel Miranda’s take on what’s occurred.

Jonathan H. Adler — Mr. Adler is an NRO contributing editor and the inaugural Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. His latest book is Marijuana Federalism: Uncle Sam and Mary Jane.


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