Slate: Fixing it: Repairing some of the worst Bush administration screw-ups.
End the war on terror as a legal paradigm; abolish military commissions, and restore FISA.
Vanity Fair: The Green Light As the first anniversary of 9/11 approached, and a prized Guantánamo detainee wouldn’t talk, the Bush administration’s highest-ranking lawyers argued for extreme interrogation techniques, circumventing international law, the Geneva Conventions, and the army’s own Field Manual. The attorneys would even fly to Guantánamo to ratchet up the pressure—then blame abuses on the military. Philippe Sands follows the torture trail, and holds out the possibility of war crimes charges.
Kirst's Earthship's Adventures in Taos
Larisa Alexandrovna: Torture Americana
TomGram: Howard Zinn: End of Empire
Figure out how to watch "Garbage Warrior" a documentary on Earthship builder Michael Reynolds...