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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 - Karl-Theodor
A Danish family captured by pirates in the Indian Ocean will suffer the same fate as four American sailors slain last week, if any rescue attempt is made, a Somali pirate said Tuesday.
In this once-divided city where Ronald Reagan famously challenged the Soviet Union to "tear down this wall," a proposal to rename a public square or street in his honor has sparked heated debate over the U.S. president's role in Germany's recent past.
He told The Moscow Times that "President Barack Obama and his administration have yet to comprehend the scale and severity of the damage caused to U.S. credibility among its European allies.
Ahead of the Feb. 6 centennial of Reagan's birth, German Defense Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg surprised many here when he called on Berlin to pay tribute to the former U.S. president by renaming a square "Ronald-Reagan-Platz."