Tired of watching the impeachment? Turn away from your monitor/tv, put in your earbuds, and go for a nice walk while listening to the latest National Security Law Podcast! This week we have Professors Chesney and Vladeck discussing and debating:
- The DOJ OIG Report and its account of 17 significant errors associated with the FBI’s presentation of information in the series of FISA Title I applications concerning Carter Page. This, of course, leads to a larger discussion of FISA reform.
- SCOTUS designates March as Subpoena-palooza month! That’s right, oral argument in all three Trump-related subpoena cases will occur in consolidated fashion then, with an opinion then expected by the end of June.
- The National Defense Authorization Act for FY’20 is on its way to the President’s desk, and will soon be law.
But what you really want to know, of course, is … how was the Dear Evan Hansen performance the other night? Your cohosts were there, and have a report!