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'Hostilities' or Something Else in Libya

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

The definition of what the conflict actually is in Libya is up for debate. "Hostilities" or "civil war" or something else? David Fahrenthold, reporter for the Washington Post, discusses.

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Comments [2]

eva

At 1:15 pm ET, there are 67 comments on this page on gay marriage and only one comment on the page for war powers act/hostilities.
You want to know what killed American liberalism? The steadfast refusal of the practitioners to distinguish real issues from malarkey.
A pox on both sides of the gay marriage "debate" while our democracy is destroyed by the ongoing Bush/Obama imperial presidency.

Jun. 21 2011 01:23 PM
Ignacio Serrano from Madrid, Spain

Hi Brian,

I'm a listener from Madrid, Spain. I know that it may not be the right place to say this but, ¿did you consider to make a report about the current social movement in Spain, called 15-M?

Thank you, your show is great!!!

Jun. 21 2011 10:36 AM

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