One of the nice things about living or working in New York City is the convenience of social events. Events such as what looks to be a very interesting debate this coming Monday hosted by the Federalist Society at the University Club, between Robert Levy of the Cato Institute and David Rivkin of Baker & Hostetler on the question, “Does the President have the Power to Conduct Wireless Surveillances?”
Unfortunately we’re almost two hours north, and I no longer work in the City. Oh, well. Perhaps one of you could go?