Is it ethical to force-feed the prisoners at Guantanamo Bay?
An inmate at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, took to the pages of The New York Times to tell about the degradation and misery the hunger strikers are experiencing at the prison. His name is Samir Naji al Hasan Moqbel, and he can only "write" by dictating to his lawyers, through a translator, over the phone.
Calling it an act of Congress that infringed on constitutional rights, a New York federal judge blocks NDAA, the bill that allows Americans to be held indefinitely on vague grounds. Yes, we still have some principled judges left: A federal
Full message from the video: Dear brothers and sisters. Now is the time to open your eyes! In a stunning move that has civil libertarians stuttering with disbelief, the U.S. Senate has just passed a bill that effectively ends the Bill of
Benjamin Wittes at the Lawfare Blog has written a terrific explainer on what the NDAA does, and does not do. Key point rebutting the contention that the indefinite detention provisions apply to United States citizens: Section 1022 purports not
Friday marked the one-year anniversary of President Obama signing an executive order to close the detention center at Guantánamo Bay. We were all che
Maybe this sinking feeling in my gut would go away if anyone in the Obama administration bothered to explain the specifics of why they believe indef
Haven't we already seen this movie? Didn't we already reject this policy with Obama's election? I didn't vote for him because I wanted him to embrace
Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy: Open letter to Jeremy Lott and Mary Cheney’s bundle of joy. Meanwhile. at the Pundit Bar, George Packer, an Iraq expe
I just watched the new movie called " Jesus Camp,' where kids pray to a cardboard cut out of George Bush because he's a messianic/Jesus figure to