Friends---my apologies for not being more productive on findhabeas, but I've been struggling to get through the excellent Gellman/Becker Cheney expose
in the Post, which I plan to write about at length today. It really teases out the ideological strain of executive supremacy that's informed so much of what the Bush administration (and Cheney, as a double-duty vice president, quasi-chief-of-staff) has done vis-a-vis detention policies post-9/11.
Before I get to that, however, several reminders are in order (kind of like the announcements before the rabbi gives the Saturday speech at temple).
First, tomorrow is the first-ever Day of Action to Restore Law & Justice. The full agenda is here
; please sign up to attend, and bring friends.
Second, I plan to be live-blogging the event all day, so I'll have on the spot interviews with the rally speakers, and, hopefully, with some of you all. I'll also have a video crew at my disposal, so we'll be posting video blog entries all day. Should be fun---Charlie Palmer's on me after the rally (I'm SO kidding).
Third, House Subcommittee on the Constitution hearing tomorrow on Gitmo and habeas