Did you like last week’s disclosure of CIA interrogation memos? Plenty more, apparently, where that came from: “The Obama administration and senior national-security officials are reviewing whether to release additional Central Intelligence Agency memos on interrogation methods, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said.” Speaking on Meet the Press, Gibbs said the review process would take about three weeks. On Face the Nation, Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy continued to call for a 9/11-Commission-style look at the issue. “"I know some people say, 'Let's turn the page.' Frankly, I'd like to read the page before we turn it," he said.