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.
The mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks said al-Qaeda didn’t launch a second wave of attacks because of ‘the ferocity and swiftness of George W. Bush’s response.’
Our nation’s first president had some direct things to say about torture, but its use in his time was different than its use today.
Majorities of Christians support the use of torture in some instances. And they’re not bad Christians for doing so.
It’s extremely difficult to draw the line between interrogation and torture, but doing so is essential.
It’s ethical, and not torture, to treat terrorists harshly to protect innocent lives.
Maybe the CIA interrogation program was a moral disaster for the country. But the Senate Democrats’ torture report didn’t bring us any closer to the truth.
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