"Washington Post Confirms We Are No Longer Capturing & Interrogating High-Value Terrorists," - Marc Thiessen, the day before news broke of the capture and interrogation of the top Taliban commander.

By 'interrogate', of course, Thiessen means torture, as understood by every legal authority in this country and the world before John Yoo's brilliance transformed the legal field. It is this kind of mediocrity, Orwellian newspeak - as well as brazen support of war crimes - that must have led Fred Hiatt to give him a weekly column in the fast-imploding Washington Post.

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