I will issue two grades to this book. For those of you outside the USA this book is not for you. However if you live in the USA and are worried about Civil Rights for people at Gitmo start reading.
Levin's first point is that Judges are men. No man should be put up on a pedestal. Judges are subject to human frailties that the rest of us are. The original intent of the framers has been perverted by judicial activism.
The court has twisted the Commerce clause so it can rule on almost anything. My family (distant ) makes a cameo in Schecter vs the Supreme Court. Levin demonstrates that twisting the Commerce clause has allowed the court to impose socialism on the American people.
Most importantly Levin points out the power to conduct war is granted to the President. It is not unusual for the USA to house enemy combatants. However the Court has invented new rights to trial for ememy combatants. These rights were not granted in any previous war. In fact the court ignored its own precedent in Johnson vs Eisentrager. The court can not issue the writ of habeus corpus to people who have never set foot on American soil.
However liberals still are worried about Civil Rights for terrorists. One person X talks to known terrorist Y probable cause is established. Criminal acts were never
protected under the US Constitution. One can make a case that a Marxist by definition has established probable cause. Anyone who advocates Jihad may have also demonstrated probable cause.