Mark Fallon’s book, ‘Unjustifiable Means: The Inside Story of How the CIA, Pentagon, and US Government Conspired to Torture,’ purports to be an exposé but only reveals his limited understanding of very controversial issues.
I never thought that something as simple as ‘I don’t like it when babies are murdered’ would qualify for censorship. Apparently that’s problematic, but not porn and self-starving.
Something has changed in how we perceive mishandling classified information, because the punishments are going from light to nonexistent to outright praise.
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A veteran reviews ‘American Sniper.’
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