Barack Obama Admits He Joined Attack on Libya with No Plan for the Future

The NATO attack on Libya was a war crime, and naturally the U.S. Government was expected to join in. Barack Obama did not disappoint anyone. We overthrew Libya’s government by supporting Jihadists who are still tearing the country apart. It was a disgusting act of aggression, not merely against Gaddafi (who was not a good man), but against the people, and especially religious minorities, of Libya. They were left unprotected in a land of chaos. So Thomas Friedman interviewed Barack Obama with Read more […]

The Illogic of Oil Prohibitionists

Thomas Friedman writes in The New York Times that he hopes President Obama turns down further proposals to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline. After all, he says, “Who wants the U.S. to facilitate the dirtiest extraction of the dirtiest crude from tar sands in Canada’s far north?” What is with liberals making judgments of everything, from oil to people, based on color? Yes, oil is dirty. It’s black, it’s slimy, and takes a while to clean up. But that is why the Keystone pipeline is not the Read more […]

The Real Conservative Party?

Right on cue, Thomas Friedman, over at the New York Times, has written his most recent column on the need for a “real conservative party.” This idea sounds pretty good until you begin to understand what Friedman, centrist that he is, is actually talking about. To him, a real conservative is one who is not necessarily opposed to big government so long as it is serving what he calls “the four great issues of our day”: 1) budget and debt, 2) globalization and education, 3) energy and climate, Read more […]