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Category Archives: Torture
Obama and Cheney on the World: Who’s Living in the Real World?
Answer: NEITHER OF THEM! Although Obama seems to be more practical, he’s still holding on to an ideology and we can see this through the whole torture debates. Here is their philosophical positions as I can see it: OBAMA: Since … Continue reading
Posted in Government, Torture 3 Comments
Torture is to Our Disadvantage
Two articles from Newsweek. The first one deals with how implementing torture has made us hardened. For example, ten years ago, you would’ve thought that water boarding is torture, just plain wrong. But now, most Americans find water boarding acceptable, … Continue reading
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Torture and Religiousity
Taken from a survey which you can read here. Apparently. . . The more often Americans go to church, the more likely they are to support the torture of suspected terrorists, according to a new survey. Indeed, the more religious … Continue reading
Posted in Religion, Torture 7 Comments