Yes. There's Indefinite Detention in the Bill.

The National Defense Authorization Act does, in fact, include indefinite detention in there.

And, as we all complained about during the Bush years, the war against terrorism -- "hostilities" -- could ostensibly continue forever because there will always be terrorism and political/religious zealots who want to kill lots of people. Always.

By the way, yes, I horked the above passage from Greenwald's blog -- and he's correct about this section. It's right there in the conference report. As hyperbolic as some of the left-wing reactions have been, there's reason to be upset about this particular aspect of the bill.

The president shouldn't sign this bill into law -- that is unless he adds a signing statement that declares an end to the "war on terrorism."