The statute of limitations for conspiracy to torture re the Jan. 9, 2002 Yoo-Delahunty memo, which said the Geneva Conventions do not apply, will soon expire. The clock is ticking.
|By: TheCallUp Sunday December 13, 2009 7:12 am|
President Barack Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize Speech, in my opinion, was an attempt to somehow mesh Candidate Obama — the principled, compassionate, mindful leader who won the Nobel Peace Prize — to President Obama — torch bearer of the neo-con commitment to open-ended warring.
|By: scribe Thursday May 28, 2009 7:42 pm|
Early in 2002, before the earliest incidences of torture (at least those we know of), Gonzo went further than any of the pixie dust we’ve seen so far. He told Bushie that Bush could pixie dust the War Crimes Act out of the way.
|By: alank Friday May 15, 2009 10:03 am|
President Obama before the election and after. Exhibit R?
|By: TimEinenkel1 Monday March 16, 2009 12:32 pm|
Why was Mark Danner able to get hold of a classified report detailing torture of “high value” detainees and publish an article about it in The New York Review of Books before leading newspapers like the New York Times and the Washington Post?
|By: Casual Observer Wednesday February 25, 2009 12:31 pm|
Admiral Patrick Walsh recently offered his assessment regarding Guantanamo prison and compliance with the Geneva Conventions. His conclusion that Gitmo is fully compliant is both flawed and misleading—and the Obama administration designed it to be that way.
|By: DavidModel Monday November 3, 2008 8:28 am|
Senator Obama has committed to closing Guantonamo and abiding by the Geneva Conventions. I am asking him to abide by the UN Charter as well which would require withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan.