From the January 3 edition of Fox News' Hannity:
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May's December 31 post on National Review Online's blog The Corner, headlined "A Bipartisan Proposal":
Step (1): Return all Gitmo detainees to Yemen.
Step (2): Use Predator missiles to strike the baggage-claim area 20 minutes after they arrive.
Just an idea.
From Glenn Greenwald's August 6 blog post at Salon.com:
UPDATE: I've sent emails to many of the people and groups referenced here -- which I've posted here -- and will post any responses if and when I receive them.
UPDATE II: National Review's Cliff May: "It is wrong, outrageous and damaging for Rush Limbaugh to compare Obama to Hitler. ... Such hyperbole only serves to confuse and trivialize issues much more grave than tax rates and health-care plans."
Media figures have pointed to a 2005 Justice Department memo to claim that the use of waterboarding on Khalid Shaikh Mohammed caused him to reveal information intelligence officials used to foil a plot to attack the Library Tower in Los Angeles. But according to the Bush administration, the plot was broken up more than a year before Mohammed's capture.
Former Republican National Committee official Clifford D. May has appeared in the media several times to defend the administration's conduct of the Iraq war, but in none of his columns or on-air appearances has May disclosed that the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, an organization of which he is the president, has received at least $1.2 million in State Department grants since 2004, or that May himself is a member of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's Advisory Committee on Democracy Promotion.