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Saturday, March 2, 2024

Actually defending torture

Does anyone else ever wake up in the morning, thinking they’ve entered a parallel universe where up is down, good is evil, black is white, and–

–and Americans actually have a serious national debate about whether or not to torture captives?

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As Census Nears, How to Count Inmates Is Debated

NEW YORK — Elizabeth O’C. Little , a Republican state senator, represents a rural Upstate district larger in square miles than Rhode Island and Connecticut combined. But more than 13,500 of her constituents are not living there by choice, they could not vote for her if they wanted to, and most will…

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Effectiveness Of Harsh Questioning Is Unclear

During his first days in detention, senior al-Qaeda operative Khalid Sheik Mohammed was stripped of his clothes, beaten, given a forced enema and shackled with his arms chained above his head, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross. It was then, a Red Cross report says, that his…

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Obama Off to Solid Start, Poll Finds

Barack Obama’s performance in the first 100 days of his presidency draws strong public approval in a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, but there is decidedly less support for his recent decision to release previously secret government memos on the interrogation of terrorism suspects, an initiati…

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