Theodore C. Sorensen

No Torture. No Exceptions.

1. is a violation of the United States Constitution, federal criminal statutes, and international law, and subject to the severest criminal penalty, even if done under orders from a superior; 3. has been repudiated by all knowledgeable law enforcement agencies and experts as an investigative tool wholly unproductive and unreliable, inasmuch as torture victims will… Read more »

The New Vision

On the 15th of July, 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy accepted his partys presidential nomination at the Democratic Convention in Los Angeles. In his remarks, made at a moment of high tension in the cold war, Kennedy asserted that the United States was at a turning point in history and called on his listeners to… Read more »