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Jonathan Bernstein: Happy Hour Roundup

Let’s dive right in: 1. Adam Serwer explains what was wrong with Senator Kelly Ayotte’s torture amendment. 2. Spencer Ackerman on the disaster for civil liberties taking shape in the Senate. 3. Why the idea of bombing Iran is stupid, from Michael Cohen. 4. Great item on Frank Luntz’s pathetic magic words by Seth Michaels: “Take these talking points for what they are—calculated falsehoods, and a cheap, transparent attempt to use real economic worries to support the same old 1% agenda.
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