As you might expect, Tom "40 Traitors" Cotton took to Twitter (yeah) to oppose closing Guantanamo.
Elizabeth May caused a bit of a stir with her 'edgy' performance during the national press gallery dinner.
(CBC) "After a longwinded and meandering speech, which included a few funny jabs, May ended with a shout-out to Omar Khadr, who was freed on bail in Edmonton last week." -Khadr had spent over a decade in Guantanamo, and the Conservatives would like to keep him incarcerated.
John McCain was invited onto Candy Crowley's last show on CNN to rebut President Obama's vow to do everything he could to close Guantanamo.
Couch: "The rest of the lights in the room were out, but from the flashes of the strobe light, I could see a detainee in orange sitting on the—seated on the floor and shackled, hand to feet, and rocking back and forth."
Fox News took a break from their BENGHAZIGATE! and ZOMG FISCALCLIFF!!!! coverage this morning for a little EEEEEK TERRISTS!!! update. The Democratic chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence committee commissioned a federal report to identify
Today is the 10th anniversary of the prison opening at Guantanamo Bay. On a day where protesters are marching in Washington to protest the fact that it remains open (thanks to Congress), it might be fitting to see what Mitt Romney thinks about
Alternate Brain: BWA HAHAHAHA...Rethugs claim they're upholding the legacy of MLK Scott Horton: The Guantanamo "Suicides": A Camp Delta sergeant blow
his vorpal sword: Indiana racist email story expolodes Andy Worthington: Three innocent men released from Gitmo Shakesville: What's wrong with (not
[media id=10079] (h/t David at VideoCafe.) On This Week with George Stephanopoulus: The Obama Administration is trying to engineer a soft-landing f
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