If officials can't even call torture what it is, then you can bet it will happen again.
Is the president wavering on his opposition to "enhanced interrogation"?
In this November 5, 2003 column, Kaul compared George W. Bush to a failed baseball team manager in terms of the way he dealt with Iraq.
In this February 16, 2005 column, readers got an explanation of why President George W. Bush's privatization plan deserved to go nowhere.
Twelve years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks we're no safer but more of a police state.
At Bush's pharaonic "Presidential Center," we commoners can dig deep into the shallowness of his achievements.
Dirk Kempthorne was very big on protecting the privileges of his own office.
What will we say when other governments follow our example by providing immunity from prosecution to torturers?