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Many people oppose torture and they are upset that America might be reinstituting the practice as it was previously banned by the Obama administration. Should torture be put to use again by intelligence agencies?

Sheffield, Jamaica Correspondent-We all want to prevent mass destruction, terrorism, nuclear attacks, and whatever America fears. Preventing the aforementioned means having Intelligence at the right time. 1,318 more words

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Interrogation, Intelligence And Security

Title:                      Interrogation, Intelligence And Security

Author:                 Samantha Newbery

Newbery, Samantha (2015). Interrogation, Intelligence And Security: Controversial British Techniques. Manchester: Manchester University Press

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Democrats: An Unprincipled Motley Crew (Part 1)

As my profile indicates, I am neither a Republican nor a Democrat, so I don’t write this as a member of either party. I will give some of my reasons for rejecting the two parties in this series. 704 more words

New Book about the CIA’s Enhanced Interrogation (Torture) Program Fails the Sniff test

by Mark H Gaffney, author, Black 9/11 (2012, 2016, 2nd edition)

James Mitchell’s best-selling new book, Enhanced Interrogation, offers an invaluable insider’s account of the CIA’s enhanced interrogation program. 845 more words

World At War

The Dukes of Langley: On Law and Enhanced Interrogation

September 11, 2001, for all intents and purposes, redefined U.S. military and geopolitical strategy on a macroscopic scale. Indeed, by virtue of limited intelligence networks in the Middle East and in predominantly Islamic countries in general, the U.S. 2,998 more words


9/11 Mastermind Reveals Trump's Plan to Fight Terrorists Works

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed shows anti-war leftists were playing into Al Qaeda’s hands.

Front Page Magazine, by Daniel Greenfield,  December 2, 2016:

The left aided Islamic terrorists most not with street protests, but by embedding counterintuitive narratives into the framework of counterterrorism. 1,296 more words

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