Fiorina's claim that "waterboarding was used when there was no other way to get information that was necessary" contradicts the evidence
Former Republican Vice President Dick Cheney appeared on Fox News Wednesday night to defend the Bush Administration's use of "enhanced interrogation techniques" and dispute the findings of a Senate panel's report regarding torture. One problem -- he hadn't read the report.
As one would expect from criminals, many Republicans, George W. Bush, and former Bush administration officials in charge of the torture program condemned the Senate's report as a biased attempt to rewrite history.
In a tweet that was read live on the air by Joe's co-host Mika Brzezinski, Scarborough compared the Senate report to Rolling Stone's much-maligned campus rape story involving the University of Virginia.
The Senate Intelligence Committee's executive summary reveals that the CIA torture program was both brutal and ineffective.
Upon the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on the CIA's torture program, President Obama praised the work of those who keep us safe, but reminded us that we are safer when we adhere to our values.
During an interview on Meet the Press, Leon Panetta obliterated the mythology of torture enthusiasts and the inferred message of Zero Dark Thirty that torture led to Bin Laden's capture.
The torture debate is making an encore performance with the buzz around 'Zero Dark Thirty', a fictional account of Osama Bin Laden's capture, based on first-hand accounts reportedly from the CIA.
There is one policy area in which Mitt Romney has remained consistent: namely his support of the Bush era torture policy.