PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

"What's most striking about the newly declassified Yoo memo is how naked it is in its aims. The administration wanted to give itself the permission to commit felonies and war crimes. And it listed them."

So, why was the Yoo torture memo classified in the first place? I mean, other than to keep the American public from finding out what was going on...

"Authorities say they removed 52 children, ages 6 months to 17 years, from a West Texas ranch occupied by followers of imprisoned polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs."

* New National Intelligence Estimate on the way.
* On Bush's obsession with missile defense.
* Classy. At John Hopkins, a reproductive health database was refusing searches on 'abortion'.
* Massachusetts struggles to deal with universal health coverage.
* Arizona goes it alone on the fight against illegal immigrants.
* Huh. pajama party protest in Beruit.
* Attention Death Note manga fans: no matter how funny it seems at the time, do not make your own death notebook, because other people won't think it's as funny. Though I am sure Adult Swim will get some entertaining bumps out of it.

Hee. The AVClub presents eighteen fictional drugs.

Tags: 2008, comic books, movies, news, tv

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