Sen. McCain flip flops on another issue. I guess he figured out which way he thinks the wind blows and changed his position, again. So, let’s see: He was against Torture and then for it, (and when asked about America torturing people, he got confused…) Now he was against indefinite detention and now is for it. Me, oddly, I believe in the rule of law and am against indefinite detention without charges and no right of appeal.
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- The Met in NY says it has a plan to root out looted art from its collection
- 'Manhattanhenge' is back; there's still time to catch it, but watch the traffic
- Arrest in Newark hit-and-run in January that killed 5-year-old girl crossing the street
NY Times Feed
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