there is nothing more dangerous than Obama's assassination program

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"The choice of a law school was a curious place for discussion of authoritarian powers." - Jonathan Turley

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Attorney General Eric Holder addressed the Northwestern University law school Monday with an absurd excuse for executive overreach: 

"'Due process' and 'judicial process' are 
not one and the same, particularly 
when it comes to national security.  
The Constitution guarantees due process, 
not judicial process."

Glenn Greenwald responds: As always, the most important point to note for this entire debate is how perverse and warped it is that we're even having this "debate" at all. It should be self-negating -- self-marginalizing -- to assert that the President, acting with no checks or transparency, can order American citizens executed far from any battlefield and without any opportunity even to know about, let alone rebut, the accusations. That this policy is being implemented and defended by the very same political party that spent the last decade so vocally and opportunistically objecting to far less extreme powers makes it all the more repellent... 

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