Nino weighs in on the debate over so-called "torture" of terrorist in a recent interview for the BBC. Via Newsmax.
Scalia Sees a Role for Physical Interrogations
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate on Wednesday confirmed Judge Leslie Southwick to the federal appeals court serving Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas despite some Democrats' complaints that decisions he supported were racially insensitive and inappropriate for a region still shadowed by civil rights struggles.
This Election Day, voters in eight states will go to the polls and decide whether or not to give the traditional definition of marriage, the union of one man and one woman, the protection of an amendment to their state constitutions. Amendments that are designed to protect traditional marriage from being redefined by radical state and federal judges, and to make sure that voters have a chance to be heard on this fundamental issue. read more »
The late Lee Atwater used to say that "issues win campaigns", and he was exactly right. While on their face those may not seem like the most brilliant words of political wisdom ever uttered, they are simple, profound and accurate. And much of the Republican leadership seems to have either forgotten them, or just refuse to pay heed. read more »
How is it that prayer in schools constitutes a violation of the "establishment" clause of the Constitution today when holding church services in the chamber of the US House of Representatives did not represent an "establishment of religion" to the people who wrote and ratified the Constitution?