For John, BLUF: The question is, when we surrender our civil liberties in wartime, can we get them back? Nothing to see here; just move along.
It may not be as bad as it sounds, but US Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia told the University of Hawaii Law School that the US Supreme Court could again approve internment camps during wartime. This came up while he was discussing Korematsu v. United States. An appropriate venue for such a discussion.
In wartime we give the President wide latitude in his actions to keep us safe from subversion. That is not likely to change, per Justice Scalia.
UPDATE: Professor Althouse weighs in.
Regards — Cliff