In a Townhall.com editorial by Thomas Sowell entitled " Tortured Reasoning " (Nov. 22, 2005), why does Sowell think that the United States should not categorically ban torture? Do you think most informed Americans would find Sowell's's comments about refusing to ban torture categorically acceptable? Provide examples from any of your reading, your conversations with other Americans or your experience to support your evaluation of the author's assertion.
Secretary Rice's Rendition, a New York Times editorial (Dec. 7, 2005)
World Opinion Roundup from The Washington Post
Outsourcing Torture by Jane Mayer from The New Yorker
What, Me Torture? by Tom Engelhardt for ZNet