Senate Outlaws Inhuman Confinement, Spontaneously Combusts

On to some belated acknowledgment of happier news. Last night, the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly approved the McCain-Graham amendment to the military spending bill prohibiting "cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment" of military detainees. The wracking sobs of Alberto Gonzales were audible from down the street. And we're also sure that it's pure coincidence that the Senate should take a hardline stand against inhuman and degrading confinement on the verge of another marathon interrogation of a Supreme Court nominee about as likely to deliver recognizably human opinions as a butterfly would deliver the Gettysburg Address. -- HOLLY MARTINS


Senate Votes to Restrict Military Interrogations [Washington Times]

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