It is the latest twist in an ongoing Republican battle with President Obama, who released once-secret Justice Department memos that outlined the interrogation techniques, but not what they produced.
In fact, according to the just-published budget report by the Senate Intelligence Committee, the Obama administration deliberately redacted, or blacked out, on the documents what the CIA learned from questioning Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the September 11 mastermind, and from other al Qaeda henchmen.
That, to Sen. Christopher "Kit" Bond of Missouri, top Republican on the intelligence committee, is unfair. He won passage 10-5 in committee of bill language that would order the CIA to produce an unclassified version of four secret reports that detail what the U.S. learned by using water-boarding and other harsh methods in the years after 9-11.
"Blue Dog Democrats" -- a formal group of 52 House members -- premise their campaigns on the idea that they are moderate or conservative and are independent of the liberal leadership of Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Ca) and Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md).
There have been three separate incidents of honor killing in the past week: seven women are dead in Canada, and one in Germany. All were Muslims. The world in the West is changing for women. This war being waged in our society by Islam is about women -- it's about power, it's about control.
Democrat censorship of House Republicans' constituent mailings has reached Orwellian levels. Republican members of the House Monday night took to the House floor during Special Orders speeches and gave examples of some of the censorship horror stories. (Continued Below)
There is much about President Obama's government-run health care plan that should have Americans alarmed. It would make health care more expensive. It would raise taxes on families and small businesses. It would let a government bureaucrat determine what treatments patients can receive. And it could force 88 million Americans off of the private health insurance they now have.
Just as small men can be great, the important can be small. Barack Obama, who strode the political world last year as a new Colossus, is shrinking before our eyes. His proclamation that the Cambridge, Mass., police “acted stupidly" in arresting his personal friend, Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., was one of those “teachable moments" the president is so fond of creating.
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