By Anthony Gregory | Tuesday March 29, 2011 at 2:29 PM PST | 32 Comments
Because the population stands by its government and war machine, despite years of continuing murder, torture and unspeakable spectacles of inhumanity like this. If you don’t have the stomach to see the photos, here’s a bit of prose from the Rolling Stone feature to digest: [A] review of internal Army records and investigative files...
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Tags: Afghanistan, Libya, Philosophy, War
By David J. Theroux | at 11:39 AM PST | 1 Comment
Senior Fellow Charles V. Peña was interviewed by Judge Andrew Napolitano on Fox Business Channel’s “Freedom Watch” to critique President Barack Obama’s speech on and launching of U.S. military interventions in the war in Libya. See also Charles Peña’s new article on the war in Libya, “The Libya Folly”.
Tags: Barack Obama, Constitution, Defense, Freedom Watch, Gaddafi, Iran, Iraq, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Kirsten Powers, liberal interventionism, Libya, Media, Middle East, Military, Miseast, Peace, Presidential Power, Terrorism, United Nations, Video, War, war in Libya, Wilsonianism