from Wired by David Kravets
The Obama administration on Thursday invoked the state secrets privilege for the second time in a week, this time in a closely watched spy case weighing whether a U.S. president may bypass Congress and establish a program of eavesdropping on Americans without warrants.
The litigation tactics underscore that, while the Obama administration has denounced many of the policies of the Bush administration, it has so-far not changed litigation tactics in defending lawsuits challenging those policies.
[Wasn't this bad when Bush did it? But it's ok now? - Sarge]