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Saturday, December 20, 2014

‘National & World News’ Archives

A vision of a democratic Libya

A vision of a democratic Libya

The political and international affairs committee of Libya's interim national council presents its eight-point plan for the country The interim national council, formed by opposition groups in Libya, has said it will hold free and fair elections and draft a national constitution. Here is its eight-point plan in full.   A vision of a democratic Libya The interim national council hereby presents its vision for rebuilding the democratic state of Libya. This vision responds to the ... Full Story

Libya, Afghan War, Ukraine

Libya, Afghan War, Ukraine

    Friends in High Places Judy Bachrach With their invasion of Libya, the US, France, and Britain have entered into a risky, multi-dimensional conflict that could stretch well beyond a few weeks. Where, wonders Judy Bachrach, is the military assistance that the Arab League, who so vehemently petitioned the allies to launch their attack and who will be so clearly affected by the fallout from the Libya crisis? Read More       Fantasies ... Full Story

Free program to schools on Internet safety

Free program to schools on Internet safety

Dangerous Cyber Activities lead notMYkid & the FBI Citizen’s Academy Alumni Association to Deliver a Free Program to Schools on Internet Safety Scottsdale, AZ – notMYkid, www.notmykid.org is distributing a new program for middle school and high school students and parents, developed in collaboration with the FBI Citizens’ Academy Alumni Association (CAAA), www.fbica.org  that focuses awareness on the dangers of being online. With the rise of Internet dangers including ... Full Story

Zero Tolerance Victory

Zero Tolerance Victory

School Officials Agree to Rescind Suspension of 7th Grade Honor Student Over Possession of Oregano CHESAPEAKE, Va. — After being criticized by The Rutherford Institute for misapplying zero tolerance policies and suspending a seventh grade honor student over allegations that he was in possession of the Italian herb oregano, school officials at Hickory Middle School have agreed to rescind the 10-day suspension and the recommendation for expulsion for “possession of an imitation ... Full Story

Obama, Afghanistan, France

Obama, Afghanistan, France

                          Obama Doctrine: A Modesty of Ambitions Michael Singh BLOG A drifting, placating foreign policy that disappoints friends and emboldens foes. Read More                   AfPak: Looking at Year 2020 Hanson, et al.Essay A group of experts peer into Afghanistan and Pakistan's future and ... Full Story

World Affairs Daily, March 10

World Affairs Daily, March 10

  China's Nervous Neighbors Play the America Card By Richard Weitz China's increasing military power and aggressiveness has raised alarms in Southeast Asia. Richard Weitz explains how the region, together with the US, has begun to recalculate, adjust, and realign policies and relationships to counter China's increasingly menacing posture.  Read More   The Arms Trade, Dictators, and the Innocent Dead Michael Zantovsky Blog As Qaddafi murders his subjects, the moral ... Full Story

BLM to Webcast Meeting of Wild Horse and Burro

BLM to Webcast Two-day Meeting in Phoenix of Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board The Bureau of Land Management announced today that the March 10-11 meeting of the Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board in Phoenix will be accessible as a Webcast on the Internet for anyone interested in observing the meeting but unable to attend in person. The live meeting Webcast will be available at: http://blm.gov/webcast on Thursday, March 10, from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Mountain Standard Time (3 p. m. to 7 p. ... Full Story

World Affairs: March 8, 2011

World Affairs: March 8, 2011

  Save Libya by Joshua Muravchik From Spain to Poland to Bosnia to Rwanda, the twentieth century was marked by disgraceful betrayals on the part of the West. Libya could be the first such episode of the new century unless the US acts now to prevent Benghazi from becoming the new Guernica, writes Joshua Muravchik. Read More   Steve Coll: Dead Wrong on the Taliban by Ann Marlowe  The New Yorker's Steve Coll is dead wrong to advocate negotiating with the Taliban -- at least ... Full Story

Operation Honor Guard

Operation Honor Guard

  Operation Honor Guard Established by SupportOurTroops.Org to Protect Military Funerals Against Protestors SupportOurTroops.Org Upholds the Honor and Dignity of Fallen Soldiers and Families at Military Funerals       Daytona Beach, FL – This past Tuesday, March 2, 2011, the Supreme Court in Snyder v. Phelps, et al, 562 U.S. ___ (2011), ruled that the First Amendment protects the right of ne’er-do-wells to visibly and audibly protest in the face of family ... Full Story

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