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A provision that would grant President Bush the discretion of deciding what is and isn’t torture is likely to land on his desk by the weekend unless there’s a legislative miracle.
We can only hope that the Supreme Court will toss out this travesty.
A maverick U.S. Army major finds that some of his Iraqi counterparts have fewer scruples about going “over the line” while interrogating suspected insurgents. U.S. News & World Report has the story.
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