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Even If Torture Works, It Is Still Immoral

Shared by Faith in Public Life (http://www.faithinpubliclife.org):   By Steven D. Martin and Richard Cizik – Washington Post, On Faith May 13, 2011   Like a recurring nightmare, the argument over whether America should torture detainees has once again gained … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to President Bush Regarding Torture

Shared by Faith in Public Life (http://www.faithinpubliclife.org):   By Rev. Richard Cizik – Huffington Post, Opinion November 18, 2010   Dear Mr. President:   Congratulations on the release of your new memoir, Decision Points, which helps me, as one of … Continue reading

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Bush’s Defense of Torture is ‘Incomprehensible,’ Writes NCC Chief in Huffington Post Blog

See http://www.ncccusa.org/news/101111kinnamonbush.html:   New Orleans, November 11, 2010 –The general secretary of the National Council of Churches has sharply challenged former President George W. Bush’s defense of torture during his administration.   His remarks appeared today via Religion News Service … Continue reading

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President Bush Admits to Waterboarding—Send a Letter to the Editor

From the National Religious Campaign Against Torture (http://www.nrcat.org):   In his new book, Decision Points, President Bush states that he responded “damn right” when the CIA asked for permission to torture Khalid Sheikh Mohammad by waterboarding him. He admits to … Continue reading

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