I've been in a bit of a rut lately, and I don't see myself breaking out of it anytime soon.
At some point I'll be inspired to write the next great work of blog, but for now it's probably going to be piecemeal.
To give you some interesting reading material, though, I present you with this post at Obsidian Wings displaying the fallacy of Cheney's argument that because Kalid Sheikh Muhammad gave us information after he was tortured, then the torture was what made him cooperate. In a nutshell, it would be like saying that since all serial killers drank milk at some point in their lives that the drinking of milk made them serial killers.
Additionally, my good friend Just Wondering at Vim and Vinegar has a good post here calling out the attorney general for his recent (in)action.
Glenn Greenwald has a very important post here about the recently released torture memos (note that Dick Cheney ended up back on the TV just a week after these new pieces of information came out - this is not a coincidence).
Any of the links on my blog are well worth checking out - but I wanted to bring a couple to the forefront today. Good day, and good reading.