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July 25, 2007



Eyewitness testimony is increasingly under attack in criminal trials, since memory under a traumatizing incident turns out to not be so good. I guess what was said at the Gang of Eight meeting on the TSP (or TSP+, or TSP plus unknown) seems to fit this dilemma.

But Gonzales had to be lying, since he always does.

I'm not feeling good that Congress criters agree on an intelligence program not authorized by law and advise against a new law on security grounds, if that happened.

The road to hell really is paved with good intentions (sometimes). But engraving these words somewhere prominently doesn't somehow ring true: "We are a nation of men and women, not of laws".

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