From Democracy Now -- Former Financial Regulator William Black: Occupy Wall Street a Counter to White-Collar Fraud: Broadcasting on the road from Kansas City, Missouri, we’re joined by William Black, a white-collar criminologist, former
Turley: 'Torture Isn't A War Crime Because It's Never Beneficial. It's A War Crime Because It's Immoral'
While I commend Sen. John McCain for speaking out on the Senate floor this week condemning those who have come out since the death of Osama bin Laden defending the use of waterboarding, or as they want to call it, "enhanced interrogation" and claiming that the torture somehow worked to gain intelligence, McCain is still on the wrong side of the issue with saying he doesn't believe anyone should be prosecuted. Jonathan Turley rightfully pointed that out to Ed Schultz tonight.
MSNBC's Cenk Uygur talked to Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi about his new article on Wall Street and the revolving door preventing any of them from being prosecuted -- Why Isn't Wall Street in Jail?:
MAL Contends: U.S. Army Clears War of Wrongdoing Obsidian Wings: WTF? ANTI-Defamation League? Really? Really? Left in the West:Tester,
(That eternal conflict between First and Sixth Amendments) It seems the Press has always gotten into a certain amount of hot water where the subjec
Obviously, this is going to do wonders for our image in Iraq: WASHINGTON — In a significant blow to the Justice Department, a federal judge on Th
Jeremy Scahill weighs in on Dick Cheney's softball interview on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace and why there needs to be prosecutions of everyone
Jerrold Nadler: We're Getting Into Territory Where It's Taken For Granted That High Officials Can Violate The Law
From The Ed Schultz Show, Jerrold Nadler says the appointment of a Special Prosecutor doesn't go far enough and that the law is that when torture occu
[media id=9149] The Henry Louis Gates situation is mainly a distraction, where the media has decided to document a sideshow instead of the hundreds o
Oopsie, I guess we really can't count this as a mark for "out of the mouth of babes", but Liz Cheney, perhaps inadvertently, admitted that part of t
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