Friday, Feb 25, 2011 20:35 GMT Neocon
Analysts Push for Invasion of Libya CNN reports the Pentagon and NATO are ready to send troops into
Libya under the cover of humanitarian assistance. CNN underscores the
situation by stating that reports say Gaddafi will fight to the end
and will seek martyrdom.
envoy’s name blocked in latest run-in with China China has blocked a microblog search of the
Chinese name of the U.S. ambassador after he was seen near a pro-democracy
gathering, the latest in a series of run-ins between a possible U.S.
presidential candidate and the Communist Party.
On Obama: "A Coward In a Cheap Suit" Amidst the controversy of his wild interview
on the Alex Jones Show yesterday, actor Charlie Sheen wasted little
time in confronting President Barack Obama on his failure to answer
Sheen's twenty questions concerning 9/11, calling Obama, "a coward
in a cheap suit."
rebels say control oil fields, honour deals Rebels in eastern Libya said on Friday they
now controlled most of the oil fields east of the town of Ras Lanuf,
and said they would honour oil deals as long as they were in the
interest of the people.
US Military Support For Libya Opposition Libya’s Qaddafi stands between
the United States and their campaign of destabilization and regime
change across the oil laden region. Not only does this stall the
Anglo-American agenda, it also sets a precedence of defiance other
sovereign nations may duplicate under similar US-backed instability.
Food Prices in India Lead to Protests
Food inflation continues unabated in India. Since 2009, the price
of milk, wheat, rice, pulses, and potatoes — staple food items
— have risen by double digit percentages, putting the average
urban household living on $4,000 per year under further strain.
skedaddle: Congress deserted as deadline looms With the clock ticking to a March 4 government
shutdown, you might imagine the Capitol would be buzzing with lawmakers
seeking to cut deals, make impassioned speeches and do everything
they could to strike a deal on spending.