Monthly Archives: June 2006

A Mother Tortured

    This morning I attended a teach-in at the Georgetown University Law Center on Torture and Extraordinary Rendition. The panelists discussed the issue of torture, current torture cases, and pending legislation that will attempt to stop the Bush Administration … Continue reading

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What Would Jack Bauer Do?

On Friday, while the Attorney General of the United States was preparing to announce the indictments of seven alleged terrorists in Miami, where was Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff? Of course, you say, he was engaged on the issue of … Continue reading

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Extraordinary Rendition And Torture Teach-In In Washington, DC

    As part of Torture Awareness Month, Georgetown University in Washington DC will host a teach-in on Extraordinary Rendition and Torture this Sunday, June 25th, 2006. I will be attending. I encourage anyone who lives in the Washington DC … Continue reading

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Rick Santorum, WMD Hunter

Senator Rick Santorum, together with Congressman Peter Hoekstra, announced today that newly declassified evidence proves the existence of Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq after the 2003 Iraq invasion. Senator Santorum went on the Senate floor and touted this "new" … Continue reading

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Suicide Bombing Can Be Hazardous To Your Health

    This has got to be one of the dumbest ideas I have seen during this entire Iraq war fiasco. A new American Public Service Announcement is currently in production. The PSA will urge Iraqis not to resort to … Continue reading

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