Today At Tnr (april 25, 2009)By The New Republic StaffApril 25, 2009Add to PocketSubscribe The Case For Patience: The People Who Made Torture An American Policy Deserve Punishment--But Not From The Federal Government. And Not Now. by John B. Judis How Did Kafka’s Day Jobs Influence His Writing? by Louis Begley From The Archives: The Abolition Of Torture, by Andrew Sullivan Dispatches From Durban II: A Week Of Israel-Haters, Human Rights Abusers, And Other UN Shenanigans, by Zvika Krieger Why Does A Former FBI Director (And Altar Boy!) Have A Shady Saudi Benefactor? by Michael Crowley 'The Soloist' Puts An Awful Lot Of Cheesy Weight On Robert Downey Jr.'s Shoulders, by Christopher Orr Liberalism's Moment: Barack Obama's New Theory Of The State, by Franklin Foer and Noam ScheiberAs always, be sure to check out the current issue of the print magazine, economic news on The Stash, environment and energy coverage on The Vine, the latest on health care at The Treatment, and Marty Peretz's The Spine. Also be sure to take a look at TNR's new blogs by William Galston, Damon Linker, John McWhorter, and Alan Wolfe.