an example of how the Pledge of Allegiance is bs.
|By: JohnEly Tuesday August 25, 2009 10:49 am|
As long as the White House and US Government torture scandal continues its legal drip, drip, it is becoming clearer and clearer that unlike the difficult issue of health care, providing accountability for the Bush ‘war on terror’ torture regime is, politically, a winning proposition for the center-left as a process as well as an end. That is, the drip drip of its revelations strengthen the republic, the rule of law, and the Obama administration as it carries out other difficult reform projects.
|By: Jim White Thursday August 20, 2009 7:31 pm|
Colin Powell, John Ashcroft and Tom Ridge all resigned from the Bush cabinet immediately after the 2004 election. Each had significant differences with Bush policy and was replaced with a more “trusted” Bush insider. How much harm could have been presented if these three had resigned before the election and made public their differences with Bush?
|By: acquarius74 Monday May 18, 2009 11:31 am|
Supreme Court has ruled that Ashcroft and Mueller cannot be sued by detainees. Excerpts from page 1 of WAPO article.