Breaking News: Libya’s Gaddafi dies of wounds suffered in capture near Sirte: NTC official
Bin Laden, dead. Qaddafi will likely wish he was. Both came on Obama’s watch. He can take more credit for the former than the latter (the Libyan rebels defeated Qaddafi, with considerable assistance from NATO). But he did what W. and Reagan could not. Unfortunately for Obama, economic concerns have persisted. On his watch. … Continue reading How will the partisan right spin Qaddafi’s fall?
Watch the live stream as Libyans topple a tyrant.
There’s no debating whether Limbaugh is a buffoon. Further evidence: March 30 Obama and Mrs. Clinton are suggesting now that we make it official, that we start arming the rebels in Libya. They are suggesting that we arm Al-Qaeda – and yet, ladies and gentlemen, we, you and me, are the extremists. We are arming … Continue reading The crass insincerity of Rusty Limbo
Been moving all weekend so am totally out of the loop. Hear things are going well in Libya. That’s nice. Perhaps we can salvage some of Gaddafi’s muumuus for Newt, who needs the wiggle room (he was for intervening in Libya before and after he was against it).
As we know Newt’s passion can lead him astray. He would’ve never cheated on his wife had he not loved America so damn much (his words). March 7 VAN SUSTEREN: What would you do about Libya? GINGRICH: Exercise a no-fly zone this evening, communicate to the Libyan military that Gadhafi was gone and that the … Continue reading Did passion for younger women contribute to Newt’s Libya flip-flop?
Libya’s embattled dictator Moammar Gadhafi gave a bizarre speech by phone today to claim the revolt was the work of Osama bin Laden, that rebellious youth had been given hallucinogens, and to complain that the Queen of England has ruled longer than him and no one is asking her to step down.
How feckless is the United Nations? Libya’s seat on the U.N.’s top human rights body looks secure for now, as a Western-led initiative to condemn it for its violent response to anti-government protests stops short of calling for its expulsion.
Glad to see Anderson Cooper holding greedy celebrities accountable for accepting millions to perform for Gadaffi’s son. Better watch it, Anderson: Russell Simmons, who, in 2010, attended junior’s birthday party in St. Barts, might accuse you of Islamophobia.
The president today sounded as if he was discussing a pick-up basketball game with Jim Nantz — totally uninspired. He didn’t even mention Gaddafi by name and, unlike Angela Merkel, Obama wouldn’t commit to possible sanctions against the crumbling regime. Oh, but he’s sending Hillary Clinton to Geneva. On Monday. Libyans took note. “The Libyan … Continue reading The fierce urgency of next week
(How many spellings of Khadafy are there, anyway?) Did you know Col. Kurtz owns bit.ly? The ‘ly’ is for Lybia). John Borthwick, CEO, http://bit.ly Should Libya block Internet traffic, as Egypt did, it will not affect http://bit.ly or any .ly domain. Well that’s a relief. Meanwhile, the Colonel has ordered bombing raids on his own … Continue reading Shortened links and Gaddaffi