1995-01-22 - Re: More wiretaps?

Header Data

From: chen@intuit.com (Mark Chen)
To: bdolan@well.sf.ca.us (Brad Dolan)
Message Hash: 89d0cbe51360fec0ca21b02a77c9b1515b539707f7254561b12420a85adaab41
Message ID: <9501222025.AA05598@doom>
Reply To: <199501201935.LAA03670@well.sf.ca.us>
UTC Datetime: 1995-01-22 20:27:20 UTC
Raw Date: Sun, 22 Jan 95 12:27:20 PST

Raw message

From: chen@intuit.com (Mark Chen)
Date: Sun, 22 Jan 95 12:27:20 PST
To: bdolan@well.sf.ca.us (Brad Dolan)
Subject: Re: *More* wiretaps?
In-Reply-To: <199501201935.LAA03670@well.sf.ca.us>
Message-ID: <9501222025.AA05598@doom>
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/plain

> Associated Press reported on 1/20/95:
> >Secretary of State Warren Christopher Friday announced 
> >plans to combat narcotics smuggling and terrorism with tougher 
> >laws and sentences and tighter control on visas for entering the 
> >United States. 
> >   
> >A senior State Department official said wiretapping was among the 
> >measures to be proposed to the Republican-controlled Congress. The 
> >official said there were ways to use wiretaps without violating 
> >Supreme Court restrictions. 
> Since wiretapping on court order from their no-questions-asked secret 
> court is already allowed, can they mean anything other than wiretapping 
> without court order?
> Can somebody explain to me why the Clinton administration is
> considered "liberal"?  Why the Republicans are considered
> "conservative"?

To make it appear as though a choice exists in the American political

Mark Chen 
finger for PGP public key
D4 99 54 2A 98 B1 48 0C  CF 95 A5 B0 6E E0 1E 1D