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Brian Phillips, a spokesman for Lee, said that the senator "will continue to push for the inclusion of the Due Process Guarantee
Before we start sending off troops to bring all the wonderful things we love about America to the rest of the world, maybe we should tend to our own affairs first. Let's take the log out of our own eye before we talk about the speck in the eye of other countries.
The House voted down a measure Thursday that would have ended the military's ability to indefinitely jail anyone without charge or trial, including U.S. citizens.
Civil liberties groups were not surprised the measure failed. Nevertheless, they were disappointed. Under the law, signed
Outside of the courts, activists and human rights advocates had their hopes of derailing indefinite detention dashed when
"The fundamental question is, do you believe that the president should have the power to indefinitely detain people who are
Already included in the bill are provisions to spend some $500 million to keep the Cuba prison facility running, and to make
Even if the judges in the case decide Hedges and his co-plaintiffs have reason to be fearful, however, they may find another
Obama's signature caps an intense sequence of events for opponents of indefinite detention. In November, a bipartisan group
"When you're accused of a crime in our country you get a trial, you get a trial by a jury of your peers, no matter how heinous