One must review past behavior in order to learn anything, whether as an individual or a nation.
Like I said yesterday.
And the drumbeat for America's moral and legal reconciliation continues:
=> Frank Rich today in NYT;
=> And Glen Greenwald yesterday at Salon.
How can we not look back at, and ponder, our behavior as a nation when it included acts of torture (including waterboarding) for which we prosecuted Japanese soldiers, resulting in their execution?