By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Some of al Qaeda's most effective operators, armed with its most lethal weapons, are based in Yemen, a failing state in the southwestern corner of the Arabian Peninsula, where most people believe the world's most dangerous terrorist movement is a figment of U.S. propaganda. No one knows Yemen better than Saudi Arabia's intelligence service. Its agents in the capital of Sana'a were the first to alert U.S., British and German intelligence about bombs on their way to the United States disguised as harmless United Parcel Service packages designed to detonate in midair. In case that failed, they were addressed to synagogues in the Chicago area, where they would detonate when opened.