Here’s some good news from the New York Times:
The State Department on Monday reassigned Daniel Fried, the special envoy for closing the prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, and will not replace him, according to an internal personnel announcement. Mr. Fried’s office is being closed, and his former responsibilities will be “assumed” by the office of the department’s legal adviser, the notice said.
This is doubly encouraging. Not only does the Obama administration seem to have given up on its foolish plan to move terrorists to the U.S., but the president has finally found a government agency to close down.