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May 21, 2010

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Cecil Turner

Geez, and all the lawyers who would have done pro bono work for these guys have been hired by Eric Holder's Justice Department.

Did we ever get names for those guys? I take it from videos like this (and Holder's non-response) that we didn't.

Ignatz

--Geez, and all the lawyers who would have done pro bono work for these guys have been hired by Eric Holder's Justice Department.--

Since the story doesn't mention it are we sure Eric Holder's Justice Department wasn't representing the detainees?

NK

"Since the story doesn't mention it are we sure Eric Holder's Justice Department wasn't representing the detainees? "--

Ignatz -- you're right, the detainees lost, that makes it a good chance Holder's DOJ repped them.

Balad's not bad.

Is there a Popeye's?
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narciso

All in all, a good decision, although I don't see why it doesn't override at least Hamdi if not Boumedienne, in the LUN. step toward reality

Clarice

Very good, TM.

I'd also mention Congress is not letting Obama close Gitmo and start a new green penitentiary construction program stateside for jihadis.

matt

let's try them using Sharia law, then.....after all, it it's what they really want anyway....

daddy

Kim,

Climatewise,

Was pleased to read the comments at Richard Black's latest BBC column on the IPCC review. IPCC">http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/richardblack/2010/05/ipcc_review_friend_or_foe.html">IPCC review: friend or foe?

As normal Black's column is relatively useless, but its nice to see so many posters over there now being so critical of the IPCC, and of reporters like Black and their bias towards the bogus pseudo-science. Back in the days before the ClimateGate data dump, the comments to Black's post were much much different, and very heavily in favor of AGW and the IPCC's posted findings. Its great to see that the corrupt IPCC has self-squandered that trust.

As an aside, recently read somewhere a nice comment from a Brit where the poster mentioned that from viewing the Brit Elections a big point lost in the shuffle was the collapse of the Green Party as a legitimate choice. He mentioned that the BBC and media etc had been touting AGW as a major concern for many years, 24/7, in every media venue possible, which should have enhanced the Brit Green Party's Electoral chances, but the ClimateGate data-dump had completely cut the legs out from under that message, and their years of free BBC advertising and proselytizing had produced less than nothing at the Ballot Box. They got demolished. Seemed an interesting point to me.

That proud isle is in big trouble.

Skepticism is a rising flood in Great Britain, Peter would be proud. But all three largest parties are still in thrall to the AGW hobgoblin and left the Greenies little appeal anyway, except to the most extreme.
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daddy

Thanks Kim,

Please keep up the Climate Gate links in your LUN's. Love 'em.

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