If it’s old news, shouldn’t it be referred to as “olds” (it’s an AP story; all you get is a summary):
And this surprises us how?
Meanwhile, the Demon Princess points out that, in the Bush World, the wages of virtue is demotion:
Daniel Levin once worked for Alberto Gonzales’s Department of Justice ~ until he wrote a memo disagreeing with Bushco’s torture policies, whereupon he was asked to step down. “Too independent,” it was said, after he had himself subjected to waterboarding while researching the Bushco predetermined party line that waterboarding isn’t torture.