They have announced it, but because Bush has vetoed the law that was passed in the U.S. Congress, prohibiting the “simulated” asphyxiation (throwing water on the head of the detainee in order to cause a sensation of drowning) and other “tough interrogations” performed on suspects of terrorism, it is terrible [Read more]
"He used millions to impede Bush’s reelection in 2004. With the same strong emotions he is spending millions for Barack Obama to win the presidency of the United States.'
Neither Adolph Hitler nor Joseph Stalin made mention of such a practice. Augusto Pinochet as well as General Jorge Rafael Videla were denied formulating reasons about the patriotic necessity of producing confessions from subjects by means of “illegal methods”. But finally, the governor of a great democracy had [Read more]
Europeans’ interest in this presidential election cannot mask the fact that what they expect from it is far from clear.
America, a people in the midst of change. A people whose past has caught up with them.
For many years, with very few exceptions all Americans have followed their president.
All of the decisions of the President were accepted unquestionably by most of the citizens and upheld. Often without even thinking about what [Read more]