Conspiracy theorist and paranoid person Anthony Shaffer repeats the Fox News mantra that torture is both effective and necessary.
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade on Monday talked with John Yoo, the former DOJ Office of Legal Counsel deputy who wrote memos arguing President George W. Bush had unlimited power to use torture on detainees, to find out if President Barack Obama had a "manhood problem" when it came to dealing with terrorists.
George W. Bush's torture memo architect John Yoo has the audacity to call for NSA whistleblower, Eric Snowdent to be jailed for "as long as possible."
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Keith and John Dean discuss some of the recent revelations from the torture memos now that they've been declassified and no surprise it shows Dick C
I'm so glad Blitzer just thinks only "liberals" are going to be upset by this. And note to Wolf Blitzer, it's not "enhanced interrogation". Waterboard
Dick Cheney and his daughter have been on a literal media blitz calling for the release of memos they claim would prove torturing prisoners prevented
"Senator, that I don't recall remembering." With those six words uttered during the furor over his purge of U.S. prosecutors, former Attorney Genera
Will Bunch today writes that the Philadelphia Inquirer still won't admit they screwed up by hiring torture architect John Yoo as a columnist. It do
It's true. John Yoo got a job writing for the Philly Inquirer. One of the men responsible of the rotting of our American morals once again is given
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