What’s Decent About Torture, Assassination, and Secret Surveillance?

What’s Decent About Torture, Assassination, and Secret Surveillance?

In a Los Angeles Times editorial predictably hyping up the extreme danger to “national security” arising from the January 6 Capitol protests, the Times quotes Capitol police officer Harry Dunn as saying, “We represent the good side of America, the people who believe in decency.” Really? So tell us, Officer Dunn, what is decent about…

The CIA, Kennedy, and the Haiti Assassination

The CIA, Kennedy, and the Haiti Assassination

The legal authorities have been rounding up suspects in the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse. Criminal prosecutions will follow. If those accused are found guilty, they were be punished  with long terms in jail. Ironically, however, if the CIA or the Pentagon had been the ones that assassinated Moïse, the situation would be completely…