I posted this as a comment at Doghouse Riley:
I have to say that the first time I heard or read a news item that employed the phrase "enhanced interrogation techniques," I found that I had a really neat measure for determining whether I thought that news organization had any moral credibility. Those who used it had no moral credibility. One result is that I no longer listen to NPR or watch television news. I find that the stink of this lie pervades everything else they do, and I feel like I'm countenancing a crime by listening to any of their other programming. "Oh, they're only cackling ghouls sometimes" just doesn't cut it for me.
(Couldn't fix the typos over there, though.)