More Rice-related horror

Mark Danner on Democracy Now today talking about his recent articleson the ICRC reports. “You know, I suppose one could argue that he really believed what hesaid. You know, but at a certain point, as children find out at a

Voices from the Black Sites

From the most recent (post-dated!) NY Review of Books, on the ICRC report on US detainees and more. Absolutely damning. Also mentions (but does not focus on) Condoleezza Rice’s role — “decisive” in the NSC Principals committee, according to the

Recent articles

Interesting war / war crime related stories I’ve come across recently. 1. Afghanistan Afghan opinion hardens against US Obama’s War: US Involvement in Afghanistan, Past, Present & Future 2. Iraq Iraq’s queer underground railroad Despite Celebrated Speech, Has Obama Really

A not-very-impressive editorial

In response to a not-very-impressive editorial in the Stanford Daily… This argument is amazing: “rescinding tenure or failing to welcome Rice back will send a message to all Stanford professors who are now in or considering public service: do so

Recent poll agrees with international law

Poll: Most want inquiry into anti-terror tactics If we limit ourselves to the specific alleged crime (against Condoleezza Rice and others) of *torture* — and put aside for now the much worse crime of aggressive war as against Iraq —

Our new intelligence agency

From the Ultimate File, press clippings over the course of many years. We are promulgating this knowledge, through the wiki. Edits welcome, wikis are the way of the future. There is no mistake on a wiki that can’t be