Julian Sanchez

Julian Sanchez is a writer based in Washington, D.C., and a research fellow at the Cato Institute.

This week's reauthorization of the Patriot Act comes on the heels of the revelation Obama's Office of Legal Counsel granted fresh retroactive immunity for Bush-era telecommunication lawbreaking. Read more


The Senate is reviewing Bush-era surveillance powers set to expire at the end of the year. This could be the moment to revise the whole architecture of post-9/11 spying law. Read more


Democrats are trying to rationalize capitulating on surveillance and telecom immunity in the new FISA bill by calling it a compromise. It isn't. Read more


America's superheroes take on preemptive war, torture, warrantless spying, and George W. himself. Read more

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