If a Senate report is signed unanimously by one party and rejected unanimously the other, it's a good bet. If that report makes clear that the committee did not talk to anyone at the agency critiqued (and accused of torture) by the report, then it's all but certain.
The proper punishment for Senatress Feinstein and the Democrats on the committee is, of course, waterboarding. The problem is, of course, that the result of waterboarding is in general confusion, and the Democrats are showing plenty of that these days without being subjected to "enhanced interrogation." Who would notice the difference?
Another example; Jonathan Goober (oops, Gruber) has apparently been caught on tape saying the very things he denied in sworn testimony before Congress. Just like I said. Or, like I said elsewhere, what exactly does it take before a professor loses tenure? Lying for fun and profit is not supposed to be protected behavior, and it got Ward Churchill removed at Colorado.
Finally, apparently in the NFL, it's OK if you knock your girlfriend unconscious--the same injury that is suspected in many suicides of former football players--but if you leave bruises on your son during discipline, that's completely wrong. Not excusing AP here, but seriously....?