Kurt Eichenwald's piece in Newsweek has struck a nerve at Trump HQ.
It wouldn't be the end of the Reagan Years without some good old Libyan saber-rattling. News on this day in January of 1989 (also a Thursday) was mostly about the U.S. downing of two Libyan Air Force MIG's in what became known as the "Second Gulf
After watching the Republican Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham come out and criticize President Obama for his handling of our involvement in Libya as Ed Schultz discussed in his show this Tuesday, he decided to take us for a little trip down
While much about the future of post-Qaddafi Libya remains murky, some things are already quite clear. For starters, Republican leaders and GOP White House hopefuls simply cannot bring themselves to credit President Obama in any way for the
Well, if anyone wanted to know what the spin from the right is going to be on the recent events in Libya now that it looks like Tripoli may be falling to the rebels, and that Gadhafi's son has been arrested, here's some of the initial reporting from
On Friday, Senator John McCain became the highest ranking American political figure to meet with the Libyan rebels. But while his declaration that "they are my heroes" doubtless was well received in by the anti-Qaddafi fighters in Benghazi,