Monday, April 21, 2008

monday reads

Former Catholic bishop Fernando Lugo was elected president in a landslide victory Sunday in Paraguay, putting an end to 61 years of rule by the Colorado Party.

The former head of interrogations at Guantánamo Bay found that records of an al-Qaida suspect tortured at the prison camp were mysteriously lost by the US military, according to a new book by one of Britain's top human rights lawyers.

Scott Horton: John Yoo's legal opinions and questions about culpability and timing.

My Vote's for Obama (if I could vote) Michael Moore

DownWithTyranny!: Impeaching Bush and Cheney Has Never Only Been About Retribution

World-O-Crap: Anti-Wankers of the Day

Matt Bors
Village Voice, Cleveland Free …
Apr 21, 2008

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