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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - American Mission In Afghanistan
The Los Angeles Times on Wednesday published 2-year-old photos of American soldiers in Afghanistan smiling while holding body parts of dead suicide bombers. Editor Davan Maharaj justified publication saying the paper has "a particular duty to report vigorously and impartially on all aspects of the American mission in Afghanistan."
The Obama administration declared Tuesday it wouldn't allow the brazen assault on the U.S. Embassy and other buildings in Kabul to deter the American mission in Afghanistan, warning the attackers that they would be pursued relentlessly.
''We have real enemies in the world. These enemies must be found. They must be pursued, and they must be defeated."