It’s been three weeks since President Obama ordered American intervention in Libya, and the early hope that outside involvement would be quick and cheap doesn’t seem to be panning out, according to Stephen Walt, Professor of International Affairs at the Harvard University’s John F.
U.S. Senator Mark Kirk, R-Illinois, said the country needs to make a number of changes to the oil industry to help bring the price of gasoline down. Around Chicago, the average price of gas is just over $4 per gallon. Kirk says the sooner the U.S.
On April 5, 1986, Libyan agents bombed a Berlin disco frequented by U.S. soldiers. Two Americans were killed and more than 50 servicemen were injured. Several days later President Ronald Reagan ordered a series of airstrikes on Libya.
Nation of Islam Min. Louis Farrakhan said the United States is a hypocrite for its current military action against Libya.Calling Col. Muammar Qaddafi "brother leader," Farrakhan said the embattled Libyan dictator has been a friend to him.