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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Monday, November 28, 2005
Two views on torture: You've got one from columnist Charles Krauthammer, and another from law professor David Luban.

Luban's is little more than a treatise against the U.S. government using any sort of physical, emotional or mental distress against terrorists plotting to attack the U.S. Krauthammer, on the other hand, does an excellent job of laying out all of the pitfalls and creating some sort of workable framework for debate on the issue.

Read them both.

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Matt,

My favorite line I hear is that [insert silliness here] is "tantamount to torture." Not torture, but "tantamount" to it, like my girlfriend's beauty is "tantamount" to a Playboy centerfold.

Here at my law school, you would laugh if you heard what the liberal Professors think is torture. My favorites. Torture to deny them internet access so they can communicate with family members back home. (As if they were IM'ing Momma from their mountain hideouts).
 
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