McCain visits Benghazi; Libyan rebels welcome armed drone aircraft

Libyan rebels welcomed President Obama‚Äôs deployment of armed Predator drones and received praise from their most prominent U.S. visitor Friday, as they expressed hope that increased American support would help turn the tide in a conflict that the top U.S. military officer acknowledged is becoming deadlocked. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Jon Mitchell - Apr 22, 2011 - 8:10 AM PDT
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Jon Mitchell
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by Jon Mitchell - Apr. 22, 2011

Sort of a weird story that doesn't fully, head-on address the fact that U.S. forces are not supposed to be engaged in this conflict anymore. But it's good storytelling; it shows, rather than tells, that things are a lot more complicated than the official story.

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Patrick McGuire
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by Patrick McGuire - Apr. 23, 2011

The article leads with John McCain and like all articles that tries to draw attention to him, there is hardly anything about the nincompoop for the Senate Foreign Relations committee.

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Daile Teramo
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by Daile Teramo - Apr. 23, 2011

This article is good journalism because it tells a good story. It is evident that things are a lot more complicated than the official story.

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