Thanks to everyone who contributed to our first-ever ACLU Blog of Rights symposium, and thanks to our readers for their thought-provoking comments. If you haven't had a chance to check out the symposium posts by our guest bloggers, here they are:
- Salon.com’s Glenn Greenwald, "Growing Responsibility for the Bush Torture Regime"
- Daily Kos’ Joan McCarter, "Torture: The "Professional Disease" of Our Nation"
- Eunomia/American Conservative’s Daniel Larison, "On the Necessity of an Irrational Enemy"
- Firedoglake’s Christy Hardin Smith, "Stand For Liberty And The Rule Of Law"
- Crooks & Liars’ Nicole Belle, "What Comes Around Goes Around Again"
- Omega Minor author Paul Verhaeghen, "We Are Not Immune to History. History Is Not Immune to Us."
- ACLU’s Chris Anders, "The Watchdog Bites at the Torture Administration"
- emptywheel’s Marcy Wheeler, "Hiding Abu Zubaydah, Hiding the Failures of the Torture Regime"
- TalkLeft’s Jeralyn Merritt, "The Unfriendly Skies of Ghost Air"
- Hullabaloo’s Digby, "Highest Ideals"
- ACLU’s Jameel Jaffer, "See No Evil"
- OpenLeft's Matt Stoller, How an Open Society Responds to Revelations of Torture
- ACLU's Caroline Fredrickson, "It’s Time to Turn on the Cameras and Stop Torture"
We will be hosting more symposiums in the future on other topics. We're also open to suggestions, so if you have an idea for a symposium topic, let us know by commenting or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.