They called it the "water cure."
The United States "decided waterboarding was torture back when we court-martialed American soldiers for waterboarding Philippine insurgents in the Philippine revolution."
— Rhode Island
Answering the call time and again.
Rhode Island has the "the second-most heavily deployed National Guard in the United States."
Military experts say he's right
Says an amendment specifying when military members may use deadly force "does nothing to change existing rules of engagement for American service members."
Not even double
Michael J. Gardiner
"It costs us, logistically, three times more to fight in Afghanistan than it does in any other place."
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