The article is entitled Reviving Privacy.
Here are a couple of excerpts:
Is there a revival of interest among Americans in protecting personal privacy? I believe that there is, and you can see the signs everywhere....
Since 2001, there has been a maturing of our attitudes towards combating terrorism and protecting civil liberties....
In the fall of 2001, 70% of Americans said they favored a mandatory national ID card. Just a few months later, support had ebbed to 26%, and in later years polls have shown that most Americans aren't so sure that a national ID is a good idea at all.
For Americans (left, center, and right) who care about the Constitution will be encouraged by Smith's commentary.
Smith includes the REAL ID Act in his ruminations.
Please read the entire article here.