Thanks to Libertarian Jackass, I'm reminded of the existence of quintessential right-wing lunatic Adam Yoshida, who with a bit of artistic talent could be the right's answer to Ted Rall (if I didn't already suspect that Ted Rall was himself already the answer to something else). Anyway, I scrolled down Yoshida's main page a bit until I found this helpful bit of policy advice:
The Congress should suspend the writ of Habeus Corpus in all terror-related cases.
Surely there must be something to be learned from a person who can pack so much nuttiness into just one fourteen-word sentence.
(EDIT: Now the first link actually links something. Oy.)