WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. Rand Paul will offer a response address to President Obama's remarks this evening regarding the situation in Libya. A video and transcript will be available following the President's remarks.
Last week the Obama Administration took the United States to war against Libya without bothering to notify Congress, much less obtain a Constitutionally-mandated declaration of war.
The 400-year-old Peace of Westphalia goes glimmering into the night; but relax, the United Nations has found something to put in its place.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice says the Obama administration has not ruled out military support for the Libyan rebels.
Ignores End Game, Touts Speed of Starting War
Hillary Clinton says coalition strikes will continue until Gaddafi complies with UN resolution as talks begin in London.
There may be less than meets the eye to President Barack Obama's statements Monday night that NATO is taking over from the U.S. in Libya and that U.S. action is limited to defending people under attack there by Moammar Gadhafi's forces.
The United States gave a green light to sales of Libyan crude oil from rebel-held territory, giving a potential boost to forces battling Muammar Gaddafi. A U.S. Treasury Department official said Libyan rebels would not be subject to U.S. sanctions if
Twenty-two hundred Marines and sailors from Camp Lejeune are preparing to deploy off the coast of Libya in northern Africa. They said goodbye to their families Monday afternoon, and they'll be leaving in the days ahead.
The top Democrat and Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee say President Obama was right to use military force in Libya. Democratic Sen. Carl Levin and Republican John McCain made the comments at a congressional hearing
The founder of Focus on Peace, Darren Wolfe, speaks about the new organization at the Agora I/O unconference in Valley Forge, PA on March 26, 2011. He explains why there is a need for a peace movement that isn't part of the political left. Darren go
The Iranian government sees the current unrest in the Middle East as a sign that the Twelfth Imam, Mahdi or Islamic messiah is about to appear! And that is not necessarily being viewed as a bad thing! So while we in the west believe that war is a
President Obama delivered a broad defense Monday of his decision to intervene in Libya and of his leadership style, arguing that the United States has a strategic interest in preventing the killing of civilians around the world and that it must do so
The 17 additional photos published by Rolling Stone Sunday (without blurring out the faces of victims) took the horror to the next level. The Rolling Stone article accompanying the graphic photos is titled simply, "The Kill Team."
Obama laced his speech of March 27, 2009, with nine uses of the words “clear” or “clearly,” but his protestations about clarity looked more like a smokescreen to obscure the image of him lurching naively into a Vietnam-style quagmire.
Matt Bruce: "Captain America" 9/11 First Responder, Retired Fire-Rescue Captain, Vietnam Veteran, National Radio Host - Libya and Japan / Les Rayburn: Political Realist - U.S. Military involvement in Libya
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Says Syrian 'Police Actions' Haven't Sparked Global Condemnation Yet
Libya accused NATO on Sunday of "terrorising" and killing its people as part of a global plot to humiliate and weaken the North African country.
Libya Posed No Threat to US Before War
This was announced as the real objective the moment French president Nicolas Sarkozy took the extraordinary step of recognizing the rebels in Benghazi as “the only legitimate representative of the Libyan people”.
In the first 24 hours of the Libyan attack, US B-2s dropped forty-five 2,000-pound bombs. These massive bombs, along with the Cruise missiles launched from British and French planes and ships, all contained depleted uranium (DU) warheads.
David Cameron is the leader of Britain, a nation state that represents the hopes and dreams of a hundred million. Thus Britain is in a sense a person too.
A newsreader on a pro-Gaddafi Libya state TV channel appeared on air brandishing a rifle and finger-wagged his way through a rant of support for Gaddafi and condemnation for the opposition.
Texas Republican Rep. Ron Paul will be co-sponsoring an amendment announced Tuesday by Ohio Democratic Rep. Dennis Kucinich that would defund the American military intervention in Libya.
With déjà vu we see US cruise missiles being launched from the sea, Libyan AA firing helplessly into the night sky at invisible B-2 heavy bombers, and the burning wreckage of armor and vehicles on desert roads.
Ten Syrian security personnel and two gunmen were killed in clashes in the coastal city of Latakia, the state-run news agency said, as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the U.S. won’t intervene there as it has in Libya.
Two documents suggest northeast Libya, centre of rebellion, is an al-Qaeda hotspot
Even as the Obama administration defends the NATO-led air war in Libya, the latest violent clashes in Syria and Jordan are raising new alarm among senior officials who view those countries, in the heartland of the Arab world, as far more vital to Ame
In his weekly address to the nation, President Barack Obama said Saturday that the joint military operation in Libya is succeeding and that his decision to deploy U.S. military firepower against dictator Muammar Qadhafi’s brutal regime saved lives.