Thursday, December 27, 2007

thursday reads

The former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated today, the Pakistani interior ministry has confirmed.

The FCC's Christmas Gift to Big Media

In 1946, the United States prosecuted two Justice Department lawyers for a peculiar crime. They had written memoranda which, in disregard of international law, facilitated the torture and abuse of prisoners. They were sentenced to ten years in prison, less time served. That was in the days when the Justice Department lived up to its name. The case is called United States v. Altstoetter. It would be a good case for Michael Mukasey to read; his underlings could benefit from a reading, too, since the time is approaching when it’s going to have some direct impact in their own lives.

There's nothing quite like pounding your chicken in a room full of naked men to get the old heterosexual juices flowing.

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