Should we be outraged over the manner in which Muammar Gaddafi died? I’m not losing any sleep over it.
Gaddafi is dead, but it was still wrong for the United States to get involved in Libya.
The BBC is reporting that rebels claim to have captured the ousted leader of Libya.
This is looking less crazy, less sudden, and less an exercise in presidential whimsy than it seemed.
One thing is clear: anyone who tries to make cheap political hay over the LRA is a fool.
Obama is trying to get into Guinness under “US President with Most Simultaneous Wars”
Steve Clemons highlights former first lady Laura Bush’s continuing work in promoting education and international engagement.
Reports are coming out of Libya that paint the Libyan rebels in a very unkind light.
Success in Libya does not make the American mission any less unjustified than it was on the day President Obama announced it.
Leon Panetta has been brought in to oversee significant cuts to the U.S. Defense budget. Meanwhile, we’re in six wars.
The House GOP and the White House moved one step closer to a constitutional confrontation, but is it much ado about nothing?