feinstein torture report

McCain confirmed earlier this year to HuffPost that he was working to insert a torture provision into the NDAA, which his
Burr’s intent to continue pushing the issue -- despite an independent ruling in Feinstein’s favor -- isn’t likely to help
CIA Director John Brennan consulted the White House before directing agency personnel to sift through a walled-off computer drive being used by the Senate Intelligence Committee to construct its investigation of the agency’s torture program.
The Inspector General’s report, which was completed in July but only released by the agency on Wednesday, reveals that Brennan
The Best Idea for 2014 was requiring police to wear body cameras. This idea was so good it actually cut across the lines of the protestors and the supporters of police. Many on both sides of that divide support the idea, for what boils down to the same reason: the camera doesn't lie.
How do bad laws get made? Quickly, for the most part. No, that's not a joke. The worst laws nearly all have one thing in common: They are rushed through very quickly, usually because Congress is facing some self-imposed deadline.
We can't pretend it wasn't torture anymore, because the facts weren't swept under a historical rug this time.