Libya

CBS Frets Over 'Dark Stain' of Bush CIA's 'Troubling' Actions in Libya

On Saturday's CBS Evening News, correspondent Barry Petersen filed a report which highlighted Human Rights Watch's analysis of government records in Libya which document that, during the Bush ...

CNN's Don Lemon Compares Libya 'Atrocities' with LGBT Discrimination

In a Thursday NPR interview, CNN's openly-gay anchor Don Lemon lumped discrimination against gays and lesbians in with atrocities committed in Libya.

Times Suddenly OK With Warring President: Is Obama Intervention in Syria Next?

Today Libya, tomorrow Syria? Times reporters railed against the Iraq War, but are copacetic about possible Obama intervention in Syria: "But the very fact that the administration has joined with ...

Did CNN's Piers Morgan Forget About U.S. Military Action In Libya?

While Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) was calling for troop withdrawal in Iraq and Afghanistan, and for that military spending to go to deficit reduction, CNN's Piers Morgan would not press him about ...

No Lefty Label for Rep. Dennis Kucinich, But Republicans Are 'Conservative'?

Reporter Jennifer Steinhauer: "But the disagreements over Libya have made for some odd bedfellows, including antiwar lawmakers like Mr. Kucinich and right-of-center representatives, as well as ...

Loathing U.S. Wars Is So 2003: Libyans Love America

Libyans love America and the Obama administration, says reporter Rod Nordland: "Americans and, for that matter, all Westerners are treated hereabouts with a warmth and gratitude rarely seen in any ...

Obama's 'Deliberate, Almost Scholarly, Approach' to His Middle East Muddle

"At night in the family residence, an adviser said, Mr. Obama often surfs the blogs of experts on Arab affairs or regional news sites to get a local flavor for events. He has sounded out prominent ...

Times Anti-Bush Foreign Policy Voice Doubts Obama on Libya: 'Is This Any Way to Fight a War?'

NYT foreign policy maven David Sanger was a harsh critic of Bush's foreign policy philosophy, mocking him as an incurious George overseas, making his blunt lack of confidence in Obama's Libya ...

Tax Me Please, Says Columnist Kristof, While Calling for Defense Cuts as Libya Hawk

Kristof: "President Obama in his speech on Wednesday confronted a topic that is harder to address seriously in public than sex or flatulence: America needs higher taxes....We need to have a frank ...
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