Either the Pentagon bombs the hell out of Muammar Gaddafi's forces, or we want our money back (as in eastern Libyan oil marketed by Qatar).
When both selfish desires and a love for humanity encourage the same realizations, you can expect the most productive and inspired human beings to stand up... by just sitting down.
You’d think that an op-ed from three world leaders titled “Libya’s Pathway to Peace” would spell out how the western bombing campaign against Moammar Gadhafi will end.
Witnesses say security forces fired tear gas at protesters marching towards central Damascus from the suburb of Douma.
The pull back from outlawing Wefaq party comes after criticism from US, but probe into the main Shia group continues.
UN Security Council urges Côte d'Ivoire to form all-inclusive government ... United Nations Security Council on Wednesday urged President of Côte d'Ivoire Alassane Ouattara
Got Chic Chic Chickens?
The Fascist States of America, Jesse Ventura tells Lew Rockwell about the 63 Documents the US Government Doesn't Want You To Read - Are the Feds Trying To Limit Gold and Silver Sales?, Ron Paul - Heads Up, Mexico... You're next
Adam Kokesh and Tracey Harmon were kind enough to invite MHD into their home for a two-day stay. We’re starting to get spoiled by the generosity of the people in New Mexico. Again we were treated to indoor plumbing, home-cooked meals and our favorite
Another one of the epic moments from a historic day. "IRAQ VETERANS AGAINST the WAR" (In my opinion, this was the most impactful speech of the event)
I don't have anything to say here. I hope the video says it all.
Here’s an example of why Adam Kokesh’s bid to unseat U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján, D-N.M., next year is so interesting.
Budget Boogie, Let's not dance to their lying tune, says Lew Rockwell - I'm Tired of Lies, Robert Hamburger on tuning out the mainstream news - Another Tea Party Betrayal?, Joe Wolverton on the shutdown game of chicken - As Japan Goes…
In our How To Escape and Evade in an Urban Environment article, we briefly discussed escaping from zip ties. There are quite a few hasty methods of illegal restraint, and zip ties are a method that’s available to any would-be kidnapper.
Jesse speaks to RT America See video
Three journalists working for this network have been imprisoned illegally by Libyan authorities for weeks.
Not just the-boss-yelled-at-me, I'm-having-a-bad-day miserable. You're lost-my-job, behind-in-my-mortgage, can't-afford-gas miserable.
Every blog, every comment section, every forum where Atlas Shrugged is being discussed is being blanketed by postings in opposition to this movie :) ... Just as when she first released the book. And sales are continuing to climb!
Milgram researched the relationship between obedience and authority, and was at least partly motivated by the events of the Nazi Holocaust. It troubled him that so many supposedly good people could participate in such atrocities. How was that possibl
Ali Salman says he does not want Bahrain to "turn into a conflict zone" between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
As the situation in Syria escalates, we update you with the latest developments from our correspondents, news agencies and citizens across the globe.
An explosion ripped through crowds of looters in a munitions factory Monday, killing at least 78 and injuring scores in the latest sign of weakening government authority amid Yemen’s two-month-old populist uprising.
New Cabinet Expected on Wednesday
Wearing military uniforms over explosives belts, gunmen held a local Iraqi government center hostage Tuesday in a grisly siege that ended with the deaths of at least 56 people, including three councilmen who were executed with gunshots to the head.
Syrian President Bashar Assad blamed "conspirators" Wednesday for an extraordinary wave of dissent against his authoritarian rule, but he failed to lift the country's despised emergency law or offer any concessions in his first speech since the prote
The rebels in Libya are in the middle of a life or death civil war and Moammar Gadhafi is still in power and yet somehow the Libyan rebels have had enough time to establish a new Central Bank of Libya and form a new national oil company.
Yemeni protesters demanding an end to President Ali Abdullah Saleh's rule said on Tuesday they would insist he leave power soon, blaming him for violence that has raised U.S. fears of chaos that could benefit militants.
Government resigns as part of promised reforms after two weeks of protests, outgoing PM appointed caretaker premier.
Two documents suggest northeast Libya, centre of rebellion, is an al-Qaeda hotspot
Syrian security forces fired tear gas on thousands of protesters Monday in a restive southern city as President Bashar Assad faced down the most serious threat to his family's four decades of authoritarian rule.