Syria

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 ...

CNN: Was Cheney 'More of a Hawk' Than We Thought?

Referencing Dick Cheney's revelation in his new memoir that he urged President Bush to bomb a Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007, CNN's Kyra Phillips posed this obnoxious question to her panel: "Was ...

NYT's Middle East Morality: Israel Border Defense Makes Front Page, Mass Syrian Massacres on A-12

While Israel's armed response to the attempted invasion on its border with Syria made Monday's front page, Syrian authorities themselves have slaughtered over 1,000 of its rebelling citizens, ...

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 ...

More Violence in Syria, Networks Still Refuse to Mention Clinton 'Reformer' Gaffe

As Syrian President Bashar al-Assad defiantly refused to implement democratic reforms and his security forces fired on protesters on Wednesday, the networks continued to ignore Secretary of State ...

Networks Skip Clinton's Assad 'Reformer' Excuse

Appearing on Sunday's Face the Nation on CBS, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton dismissed the idea of U.S. military action in Syria, claiming that unlike Libya's Qadhafi, Syria's Bashir Assad was ...

Putting the Boot In: Iraq Attack Kicks Off Front-Page Mockery of Bush

The editorial board blog harrumphs: "But we hope Mr. Bush does not only see the incident as a source of endless 'shoe' jokes." So why did the paper use the incident to mock Bush?

Fretting Over Bush's Criticism of "Appeasement" in Israel Speech

"The comments created an angry tussle back home, as Democrats accused Mr. Bush of breaching protocol by playing partisan politics overseas." As if Jimmy Carter and Al Gore have been models of ...

Defending Poor Nancy Pelosi from Presidential "Assault" over Syria

Defending the Speaker with pro-Democrat talking points.
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