On Gitmo - That whole situation is a mess. Are they military POWs? Then they should be following the Geneva Convention. Are they criminals? Then they should be charged and tried. It just seems un-American to hold someone against their will unless they are charged with a crime. As much as I want to see these people fry, it just doesn't sit well with me. If another country did the same to an American citizen, we'd be screaming and protesting.
The problem now is if you charged and tried them and they were given a fair trial, I think you'd have to acquit almost all of them since they were not given due process.
On the billionaires - I was really curious who turned them down? I knew they wouldn't say, but I'm still curious
I also think they kind of side stepped the question about them having too much power to decide "what is the right thing to do" because of their money. Their acts are noble, but they and we have to be careful that there are no real strings attached.
On the Paraguay story - nice human interest story, but sorry, I just didn't care.