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(Video) Andrew Klavan with the revolting truth about the Senate "torture report"

Writer and satirist Andrew Klavan takes a sober, dignified look at the recent report on torture and the CIA’s enhanced interrogation techniques from the Senate Intelligence Committee. 42 more words

War

Defining Torture?

Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary defines torture as the following:

1.) the act of causing severe physical pain as a form of punishment or as a way to force someone to do or say something… 875 more words

Applied Ethics

Senate ‘Torture’ Report Used Documents Covered by Attorney-Client Privilege

CSP, by Fred Fleitz, Jan. 5, 2015:

I wrote last week in a Breitbart.com article that the Senate Intelligence Committee report on the CIA enhanced interrogation program – a program its critics claim amounted to torture – is a flop with the American people. 879 more words

Counter Jihad Report

Start the Revolution

I went after Neal Asher hoping to get a blurb from him, but he’s not in the reading mood for excellent reasons. His Owner series… 280 more words

Books

POLICE, RESENTMENT, and DEATH - CRUISERS IN THE LEFT LANE

Jan. 5, 2015  By Jack Jodell (in association with Fair and Unbalanced.com – see my Blogroll in the lower right hand column),        

Happy New Year, everybody! 273 more words

Torture Report, "Full of Crap"

According to former US Vice-President Dick Cheney the Democrat written CIA report is, “full of crap.”

“We asked the agency to go take steps and put in place programs that were designed to catch the bastards who killed 3,000 of us on 9-11 and make sure it didn’t happen again, and that’s exactly what they did, and they deserve a lot of credit,” he said, “not the condemnation they are receiving from the Senate Democrats. 346 more words

C-Talk: Personal Opinion

Looking Back

The year is nearly over. This is the time when many of us look back on the year for various reasons. I was reviewing the news of 2014 on Wikipedia and found some things that were worthy of comment. 635 more words