unprecedented stretching of the Constitution and the rule of law

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John Yoo was one of several up and comers in the Bush DOJ who traded in their credibility and integrity by attempting, unpersuasively, to defend torture. He has since found a home with the Berkeley Law School, where he primarily teaches Constitutional and International Public Law. He's a piece of work. And he still makes awful legal arguments to advance his venal political views and aspirations...

John Yoo, Impervious to Irony, Makes Bad Legal Argument

"The fact that this guy has a job at a law school reflects poorly on Berkeley Law. The fact that he hasn't been disbarred reflects poorly on the legal profession. And the fact that he's not in prison reflects poorly on all of us. -- dp

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