Oh, He's No Caligula
Fein served as a senior poohbah in the Reagan justice department and drew up the first article of impeachment during the Clinton imbroglio. Now he is teaming up with Bob Barr, Richard Viguerie, David Keene, and a handful of others to restore sanity to the much diminished "conservative movement."
Fein has been busily attacking the pretensions of the emperor and critiquing the Unitary Executive theory and the increasing tendency of conservatives to support a "living Constitution," as long as it provides for the accruing of executive power.
Democrats, too, have baled out and given the administration broadly enhanced powers to eavesdrop on the phone calls and emails of Americans.
Christians have naturally been silent given that the president is "God's man." As Chris Ortiz writes, "Torture, spying, and preemptive military action, and the "servants of Christ" offer not a peep of protest. In fact, they do just the opposite: they wave their flags of freedom while the state is tapping their phones."