From CNN's State of the Union, April, 6, 2014.
On Fox News Sunday, former head of the CIA, Michael Hayden, claimed that a statement made by Senator Diane Feinstein on the CIA's torture program made her "too emotionally unstable" to render an objective decision.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi placed at least some of the blame for the CIA's "interrogation methods" squarely on former Vice President Dick Cheney during an interview with CNN's Candy Crowley this Sunday.
A new Senate Report on torture has condemned the CIA as liars and criminals when it comes to the supposed successes they achieved while implementing enhanced interrogation techniques.
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."
Back in December 2005, John Yoo was asked if any law or treaty could prevent the President of the United States from torturing someone, "including by crushing the testicles of the person's child." Yoo, then head of President Bush's Office of
Here we go again. Apparently Bill-O wasn't happy just attacking Alan Colmes while he was around to defend himself, he decided to go after him again in his Talking Points Memo as well. I tell you what O'Reilly, if you want to continue to justify
Donald Rumsfeld headed to Hannity's show to clarify his opinion on waterboarding, information extraction, and the Bin Laden timeline. In the process, he manages to use careful language and sleight of hand to distort what he really said the day