Who’s afraid of Anna Diggs Taylor, take 2

Ann Althouse elaborates on the fundamental flaws of the opinion by Judge Anna Diggs Taylor in the NSA case: “A law unto herself.” John, Paul and I all took our shots last week; Professor Althouse focuses on the shoddy ipse dixit quality of Judge Taylor’s opinion. Professor Althouse finds that Judge Taylor “did not follow the discipline of the judicial process.” The column appears in today’s New York Times, which celebrated the opinion last week as a “a careful, thoroughly grounded opinion.” It’s a devastating column, both for Judge Taylor and the Times.

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