Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Torture's future

Glenn Reynolds has a post up referring to the ongoing discussion of McCain's proposed torture legislation that I mentioned earlier, but Tom Holsinger now has a guest editorial post up there on some implications if the bill were to become law and Glenn has a roundup of some other points of view to consider, particularly reminding of his peeve with lack of torture's definition.

Don't you wish the drivel coming out of Washington were a fraction of what can be found on web? Ditto, the reporting by the main stream advocacy media.

Just as the blogosphere has nudged it's way into the news and comment of record pack, it may be that the World's Greatest Deliberative Body will get a run for it's money, too.


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