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Latest Libya Items
The world is at war, but Washington is eerily empty, devoid of all the power players who normally foster a soul-searching debate when the country goes on the attack.
Two Air Force aviators have been rescued and returned to their command after their fighter jet crashed late Monday during a mission to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya, U.S. military officials said.
President Obama still holds to a naive faith in the empty promises of the toy nations of the Third World. He's learning what almost any of us could have told him about embracing an ally from the Arab League.
There are many reasons to be worried about the bridge-leap the Obama administration has just undertaken in its war with Col. Moammar Gadhafi. How it will all end is just one of them.
Africa isn't called the Dark Continent for no reason. Africa has forever been a political nightmare full of overt corruption, tribal warfare, genocide, murderous regimes and brutal dictators.
The U.S. economy is still being held hostage to foreign oil. We still dance to - and cringe at - artificially set gas prices. This urgent topic seems lost amid the current Libya upheaval, yet while we bankroll our enemies via petrodollars, we have massive national debt, which continues to mount.
During its recent meeting in Cairo, the Arab League asked the United Nations to impose a no-fly zone. Unfortunately, this has led to war with Libya (" 'Odyssey Dawn starts: U.S. Navy fires cruise missiles at Libyan air defenses," Web, Saturday).
President Obama is being denounced by most of the developing world as an aggressor; protesters are demonstrating outside the White House charging America with committing torture; pictures have been released of American troops engaged in barbaric acts; and liberal Democrats have discovered the word impeachment. It seems like it is 2005 again, but this time Barack is playing the role of commander in chief instead of Senate floor heckler.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was hospitalized briefly in Rome on Monday after arriving from a fact-finding trip to Afghanistan.