Yesterday, while almost three quarters of a million Americans were marching through the streets of Washington D.C. in opposition to the newly inaugurated Donald Trump, Trump was giving a speech to members of the Central Intelligence Agency. Mostly, the speech was a celebration of himself,
Q: In a democratic republic founded on the rights of the individual, with guarantees of due process and protection from cruel and unusual punishment, is it acceptable for the government to torture suspects and murder the families of its opponents? On November 8 2016, Election
Today, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan endorsed the use of torture by American government agents, in defiance of US law. Congressman Ryan also endorsed plans to ban American Muslims from leaving the country, and plans to put law-abiding Muslims into concentration camps.