"Former President George W. Bush knew about and authorized the CIA's use of harsh interrogation techniques, such as waterboarding, sleep deprivation and other controversial tactics, according to Karl Rove, Bush's former top political adviser.
WTF ?...."Why doesn't Warren understand that the odd mass shooting, unaffordable health insurance, and leaving wages at the whim of corporate overlords are simply the prices we pay for precious liberty?" stated O'Reilly.
Last week the Assembly State and Local Government Committee passed a bill that would fast track water privatizations in New Jersey, a move that would eliminate requirements to hold a public vote on short-sighted plans to sell off your public water systems
And so Chelsea will spend 35 birthdays in prison, punished for an ideological argument rather than the charges she admitted to. Punished, it ought to be noted, by the same authorities who have not held military personnel to account for their part in...
To me, the details in the Senate report concerning the abuse of often totally innocent people are less damning than the evidence that a key reason for the torture was to produce "intelligence" that could be used to build the case for war on Iraq.
More than 70 tribal nations have urged the US Senate not to transfer sacred land from the Tonto National Forest, via a defense bill, to unprotected private land only for a UK corporation to build an environmentally devastating copper mine.
CIA health professionals may have committed war crimes by collecting and analyzing data on brutally interrogated detainees in potential violation of U.S. and international bans on research on human subjects without their consent, a human rights organiz