The Obama admin is trying to prevent a California judge from ruling on the constitutionality of NSA surveillance -- and other stories.
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December 24, 2013

Via Moyers & Company:

Good morning! Here are some of the stories we’re reading on a balmy December morning in NYC…

Court-block –> Charlie Savage and David Sanger report for the NYT that the Obama admin is trying to prevent a California judge from ruling on the constitutionality of NSA surveillance. ALSO: In The Atlantic, Garrett Epps writes that Obama has to rein in the NSA if he cares about his legacy.

They agree it’s a problem –> NYT’s Bill Keller writes that the “left-left” doesn’t understand inequality as well as the “center-left.”  AND: Dean Baker argues that just about everything in Keller’s colum...

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