There is clear repudiation of the government's absolute position that the courts have no role. The Supreme Court did offer the executive a real change to balance how much procedure the detainees would get, it's not that they have all the rights of a U.S. citizen in every court case, but it does absolutely reject the president's claim that it is only his choice who gets to go to court and when.
We're certainly not celebrating her. We're repudiating her on International Women's Day. That's a slap on her. You cannot celebrate women's rights and welfare and the struggle to liberate women without denouncing this particular woman.
Requiring a judge to approve a wiretap is not a nicety that can be avoided by presidential decree -- it is a fundamental rule of American democracy. The government ignored the system authorized by Congress in favor of limitless power to spy on Americans.
In a democratic and sane environment, one's expression of an honest opinion on matters not necessarily affecting oneself but on the society in general, even if such is not solicited yet saving which he believes is being in jeopardy, is not at all a vexatious meddling but an exercise of social responsibility.