Military Evangelism Deeper, Wider Than First Thought

For US Army soldiers entering basic training at Fort Jackson Army base in Columbia, South Carolina, accepting Jesus Christ as their personal savior appears to be as much a part of the nine-week regimen as the vigorous physical and mental exercises the troops must endure.

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Chertoff Concealed Role In Tape Destruction

Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff advised the CIA between 2002 and 2003 that its agents had the legal authority to use techniques that included waterboarding on one of the agency’s so-called “high level detainees,” according to a little-known report published in January 2005.

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Jason Leopold Reviews “Pete Seeger: The Power of Song”

One of the sad truths about the Bush administration’s historic foreign policy failure, resulting in the occupation of Iraq and the numerous constitutional abuses that followed, is that it has not led to the type of artistry reminiscent of the Vietnam War era. That’s the feeling you’re left with after watching “Pete Seeger: The Power of Song,” an inspirational new documentary that pays tribute to the legendary folk singer and activist.

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