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Barbara Lee Gets Itnew

But why isn't there more anti-war activity from progressives? There should be.
East Bay Express  |  Jay Youngdahl  |  03-31-2012  |  Commentary

Progress Report: The Arab Autumnnew

The long march for change continues in the Middle East.
Fast Forward Weekly  |  Gwynne Dyer  |  11-30-2011  |  International

San Antonio Dissident Plays Advisor to the Libyan rebelsnew

Before he fled Libya 30 years ago, Mansour El-Kikhia remembers driving past bodies strung up in town squares across Benghazi.
San Antonio Current  |  Michael Barajas  |  08-31-2011  |  International

Liberals & Libya: Democrats Make the Same Arguments for War Republicans Once Didnew

After reading my recent column "Obama's Libyan War," a liberal friend took me to task. "Jack, you just don't understand," he began as he explained the important humanitarian reasons for the president's recent intervention.
Charleston City Paper  |  Jack Hunter  |  04-13-2011  |  Commentary

After Being Captured and Released in Libya, Journo Anthony Shadid Feels Lucky to be Alivenew

"I think I'm getting too old for it," Shadid tells the Gazette. "I've never been lucky in anything except journalism, and I wonder if my luck in journalism is running out."
Oklahoma Gazette  |  Clifton Adcock  |  04-06-2011  |  Media

Libya: The Devils We Don't Know

Give George W. Bush credit: he respected the American people enough to lie us into war. Obama wants us sign a blank check on Libya, no questions asked.
Maui Time  |  Ted Rall  |  03-31-2011  |  Commentary

Libya: Another War We Shouldn't Believe In

We're broke. Our military is overextended, losing two wars against the people of Afghanistan and Iraq. The President might be able to lie his way into a third war against Libya, but he and his party must explain why we're attacking a nation that poses no threat to the United States.
Maui Time  |  Ted Rall  |  03-21-2011  |  War

Where Are the Egyptians When Libya Needs Them?new

The collapse of the democratic revolution in Libya will gravely damage the prospects of the “Arab spring” elsewhere. Rulers in other Arab countries where the army is also largely made up of foreign mercenaries, will conclude that they can safely kill enough of their own protesters to “restore order”.
The Georgia Straight  |  Gwynne Dyer  |  03-14-2011  |  International

Midnight at the Oasisnew

How the madman of Libya is advancing energy progress in South Texas.
San Antonio Current  |  Michael Wurth  |  03-11-2011  |  Environment

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