Links 4/28/11

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It's going to be one of those weeks, so I don't know how much I'm going to get to post. I do, however, want to share the editorial from this week's Nation (emphasis mine): George W. Bush's decision to move Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and thirteen other "high value" Al Qaeda captives from secret CIA…
This week, many things have been happening up north. The most important being ... from the NY Times, Canadian Court Limits Detention in Terror Cases : Canada's highest court on Friday unanimously struck down a law that allows the Canadian government to detain foreign-born terrorism suspects…
One of the most astonishing things about the Bush administration, in my view, is how many former officials have come out and criticized things the administration has done, and how little impact it has had politically. This can partially be chalked up to an uninformed populace, of course, but also…
Apparently the Department of Defense’s claim this week that “61, in all, former Guantánamo detainees are confirmed or suspected of returning to the fight” is purely imaginary. States Professor Mark Denbeaux of Seton Hall University: They have included people who have never even set foot in GuantÃ…

What would Jesus cut?

You've got to be kidding!

Remember the story of the loaves and fishes? Jesus would feed the people.

And, lo and behold, we have just such a cornucopia. The Federal gov't can create as much money as we need. What looks like a deficiency is enough for everybody. :)