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Rational Security, Episode #9: The Homebrew Edition

This week on the show: National Security Adviser Susan Rice speaks to AIPAC and makes the administration’s case for negotiating with Iran on nukes. A Guantanamo detainee raises questions about whether the war in Afghanistan is really, officially over. 217 more words

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Garlic Boy, Guantanamo, and why no one needs to punish me. Ever.

There is no one in the universe (Well, that’s a lie. I don’t actually presume to know all of the universe’s beings and their abilities to influence me) who can reprimand me the way the inside of my head can. 1,459 more words

Secret Torture Prison Exposed In Chicago

In what can easily be the most major scandal in recent American history, short of the Snowden Leaks, a secret torture and interrogation facility was exposed in Homan Square, West Side of Chicago. 807 more words

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Garlic Boy, Guantanamo, and why no one needs to punish me. Ever.

There is no one in the universe (Well, that’s a lie. I don’t actually presume to know all of the universe’s beings and their abilities to influence me) who can reprimand me the way the inside of my head can. 1,473 more words

OBAMA SIDES WITH TERROR

Every American should ask themselves this question: “Do I feel safer with detainees IN or OUT of Guantanamo Bay?

If your answer is “IN” then you need to immediately contact your Congressional representatives and demand the U.S. 1,104 more words

Off site interrogation/unofficial detention by American Law Enforcement.

The link appearing below is to an article outlining the alleged existence of a warehouse in Chicago that is used as an unofficial location for interrogation in which detainees are allowed none of their constitutional rights to counsel.  60 more words

Lost amid fiery rhetoric: progress toward closing Guantanamo

GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba (AP) — Thirty-five-year-old Abdalmalik Wahab had been imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay for nearly 14 years without charge when he got some good news: The U.S. 1,015 more words