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New York Times Continues Media Blackout on Torture

The New York Times made space today for an article with the completely irrelevant news that Cindy McCain plagiarized her favorite recipes from the Food Network.

And yet, for the fifth day in a row, the New York Times has found no space whatsoever to share the news with its readers that George W. Bush has admitted the participation by himself and his cabinet in a conspiracy to commit acts of torture. Such participation is in violation of federal law and is punishable by up to 20 years in prison. But that news, apparently, is not fit to print.

Liberal media, my ass.

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