This May 2013 issue was completed under unusual and painful circumstances. First, we learned of the Boston slaughter taking at least three lives and injuring more than one hundred others, including several emergency amputations. Second, we read a report by The Constitution’s Project’s task force showing rather persuasively that the USA engaged in the brutal torture of detainees during the Iraq war years of President George W. Bush’s administration. Egypt’s Mubarak is being tried; might that be the fate of USA’s G. W. Bush? Should it be?
— Bill Hanna, Faculty Voice Editor, UMCP