There are 164 technically acceptable transliterations of the name of Libya’s soon-to-be-former dictator.
The groups we supported were defeated by the Taliban in the civil war that followed Soviet withdrawal. The Taliban and Usama bin Laden were supported by the separate “Sayyaf” group of Mujahideen supported by Saudi Arabia and Deobandi fanatics in Pakistan.
Now that gays will be allowed to serve openly in the military, the command will have some new issues to address.
The namesake of “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” is no hunter, no matter what she might pretend.
Wayne State has canceled the Helen Thomas Spirit of Diversity in the Media Award, citing its namesake’s controversial remarks.
Did President Obama degrade his office by appearing on “The Daily Show”? Or is that notion a relic of a bygone era?
Perhaps the biggest insight from Bob Woodward’s latest book is the sharpness of the split between the military and civilian leadership.
Retired Special Forces colonel and Defense Senior Executive Pat Lang joins us to talk about — well, you know damned well what we’ll be talking about.