Libya, that shining example of Human Rights
Although in the throes of civil war, Libya has never been much of a beacon of human rights. Now, having to deal with a threat to his leadership, Gadhafi’s only solution is to kill everyone. Although the estimates are at around 1,000 casualties, I’m going to bet it’s a lot higher. All of this begs the questions:
Should Libya still be on the United Nations Commission on Human Rights?
- March 16, 2011 -- Still pondering that no-fly zone over Libya? (2)
Get this straight, then we'll talk about the rest:
U.S. Secretary of State meets with Libyan rebels
OK, we have openly sided, once again, with one side in a civil war. Granted no one seems t...
- March 22, 2011 -- Is Libya all about the oil? (0)
That's not my poll, but it's a dead-on appropriate question. Obama says it's about the intended genocide Khadafi threatened. Well, that's been going on unabated i...
- March 28, 2011 -- Obama’s kinetic military action (0)
I'd like to start with a question,
So, what's the difference between a "war" and a "kinetic military action"? Does the mere fact a president changes the wording all...
- December 28, 2006 -- Landmine Soccer (4)
The United Nations has released this advertisement for US consumption:
I really don't want my kid seeing this advertisement. You think he'd want to play soccer if he saw it? Once aga...
- March 18, 2011 -- (Name removed) blames President Obama for high gas prices, do you? (0)
What's that you say? I left something out? Oh yeah. How many people would have answered differently if they had known it was Sarah Palin? Be h...