Monday, September 10, 2007

Conservative with a Conscience?

Posted on Mon, Sep 10, 2007 at 4:00 AM

The New York Times magazine has the never-before-told story about the former head of the Office of Legal Counsel and his resignation over the so-called "terror memos."

Memphis-born Jack L. Goldsmith was hired in October 2003 to head the division of the Justice Department that advises the president on the limits of executive power, but resigned nine months later "fed up and exhausted."

To read the story, click here.

Goldsmith's book, The Terror Presidency, will be published later this month.

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