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CNN's S.E. Cupp Battles Ralph Reed: GOP Should Make Conservative Case for Gay Marriage
Prompted by the escalating Cheney family feud, Crossfire co-host and conservative S.E. Cupp battled Faith and Freedom Coalition Chairman Ralph Reed on Tuesda…
Status: Submission Year 2011 Origin OccupyTogether.org Tags occupy wall street, protest, occupy together, slogan, events of 2011, occupy movement, crowdsourcing, protests of 2012, events of 2012 Overview Occupy protests (also known as Occupy Together) refer to an American grassroots movement and a series of demonstrations held across the nation to express solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street protestors in New York City. Occupy Together began on September 23rd, 2011, six days after the beginning of Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protests, with the help of two Nebraskan activists who were looking to collect information about offshoot protests that were being organized around the country.
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“Operation Freedom Falcon” redirects here. For the military operation in the Second Gulf War, see Operation Falcon Freedom.
On 19 March 2011, a multi-state coalition began a military intervention in Libya to implement United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which was taken in response to events during the Libyan civil war, and military operations began, with US and British naval forces firing over 110 Tomahawk cruise missiles, the French Air Force, British Royal Air Force, and Royal Canadian Air Force undertaking sorties across Libya and a naval blockade by Coalition forces. Air strikes against Libyan Army tanks and vehicles by French jets were since confirmed. The official names for the interventions by the coalition members are Opration Harmattan by France; Operation Ellamy by the United Kingdom; Operation Mobile for the Canadian participation and Operation Odyssey Dawn for the United States.
From the beginning of the intervention, the initial coalition of Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Italy, Norway, Qatar, Spain, UK and US expanded to nineteen states, with newer states mostly enforcing the no-fly zone and naval blockade or providing military logistical assistance. The effort was initially largely led by France and the United Kingdom, with command shared with the United States. NATO took control of the arms embargo on 23 March, named Operation Unified Protector. An attempt to unify the military command of the air campaign (whilst keeping political and strategic control with a small group), first failed over objections by the French, German, and Turkish governments. On 24 March, NATO agreed to take control of the no-fly zone, while command of targeting ground units remains with coalition forces. The handover occurred on 31 March 2011 at 06:00 UTC (08:00 local time). NATO flew 26,500 sorties since it took charge of the Libya mission on 31 March 2011.
Fighting in Libya ended in late October following the death of Muammar Gaddafi, and NATO stated it would end operations over Libya on 31 October 2011. Libya’s new government requested that its mission be extended to the end of the year, but on 27 October, the Security Council voted to end NATO’s mandate for military action on 31 October.
Both Libyan officials and international states and organizations called for a no-fly zone over Libya in light of allegations that Muammar Gaddafi’s military had conducted airstrikes against Libyan rebels in the Libyan civil war.
Initial NATO planning for a possible no-fly zone took place in late February and early March, especially by NATO members France and the United Kingdom. France and the UK were early supporters of a no-fly zone and have sufficient airpower to impose a no-fly zone over the rebel-held areas, although they might need additional assistance for a more extensive exclusion zone.
The US had the air assets necessary to enforce a no-fly zone, but was cautious to support such an action prior to obtaining a legal basis for violating Libya’s sovereignty. However, due to the sensitive nature of military action by the US against an Arab nation, the US sought Arab participation in the enforcement of a no-fly zone.
At a congressional hearing, United States Secretary of Defense Robert Gates explained that “a no-fly zone begins with an attack on Libya to destroy the air defences … and then you can fly planes around the country and not worry about our guys being shot down. But that’s the way it starts.”
On 19 March, the deployment of French fighter jets over Libya began, and other states began their individual operations. Phase One started the same day with the involvement of the United States, United Kingdom, France, Italy and Canada.
On 24 March, NATO ambassadors agreed that NATO would take command of the no-fly zone enforcement, while other military operations remained the responsibility of the group of states previously involved, with NATO expected to take control as early as 26 March. The decision was made after meetings of NATO members to resolve disagreements over whether military operations in Libya should include attacks on ground forces. The decision will create a two-level power structure overseeing military operations. In charge politically will be a committee, led by NATO, that includes all states participating in enforcing the no-fly zone, while NATO alone will be responsible for military action. Royal Canadian Air Force Lieutenant-General Charles Bouchard has been appointed to command the NATO military mission.
How Much Government Is Necessary Debate Part 1
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The Palestinian Wall of Lies
A short film by the David Horowitz Freedom Center that uncovers the lies of “Israel Apartheid Week”
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FREE PALESTINE pt 2, EX US Marine Ken on Israeli occupation, massacre, apartheid+more.
Ex American marine sets the record straight about the Freedom flotilla and the massacre on the mavi marmara. A very brave man who speaks truth about IsraHELL…
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SCRAP TRIDENT: LET SCOTLAND LEAD THE WAY TO A NUCLEAR FREE WORLD A Weekend of Protest and Action. Glasgow Demonstration Saturday 13th April. NVDA Training & Workshops Sunday 14th April. BIG BLOCKADE to SHUT DOWN FASLANE Monday 15th April. Save the Date. Spread the word. For more info see scraptrident.org
Scrap Trident Weekend of Action called initially by the following Groups: Trident Ploughshares Stop the War Scotland (&local groups) Scottish CND (& local CND groups) Radical Independence Conference Faslane Peace Camp Edinburgh Peace Justice Centre Scottish Greens Scottish Socialist Party Socialist Workers Party International Socialist Group Scottish Womens International League for Peace and Freedom Black Triangle
The SNP may have voted at its recent conference to switch to a pro- NATO policy but the question of an independent Scotlands membership of the alliance has not gone away.
For one thing, the vote was very close and many SNP members have spoken out strongly against NATO at the conference and later. We applaud the principled stance of the two MSPs, Jean Urquhart and John Finnie, who resigned over the issue. We also know that there are many SNP members and activists who are appalled by the outcome, who recognise the serious damage that has been done to the partys reputation and who will work for a reversal of the decision.
The issue is also more widely alive as people across the country and beyond hammer out their vision of what an independent Scotland might be like. There is a job to be done in making quite clear just how harmful NATO membership would be to a country hoping to play a peaceful and constructive role in the global community. The No To NATO Scotland Coalition is willing to play its part in that work by continuing to do what it can to keep the vision of a peaceful and peace-loving Scotland to the fore.
No To NATO Coalition Scotland -Press release: 7th October 2012
Members of the No To NATO Scotland Coalition have warmly welcomed the news that Alex Salmond is proposing that the constitution of an independent Scotland should include a ban on nuclear weapons, while calling on the SNP leadership to follow the logic of that principled stance and reject membership on the NATO military alliance. The Coalition has also welcomed the emergency resolution passed at the Scottish Green National Conference proposing a constitutional ban not only on nuclear weapons but on membership of any nuclear armed alliance. Continue reading
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By Dave Lindorff on Jun 27, 2013 Would you be shocked to learn that the FBI apparently knew that some organization, perhaps even a law enforcement agency or private security outfit, had contingency plans to assassinate peaceful protestors in a major American city and did nothing to intervene? Would you be surprised to learn that this intelligence comes not from a shadowy whistle-blower but from the FBI itself specifically, from a document obtained from Houston FBI office last December, as part of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed by the Washington, DC-based Partnership for Civil Justice Fund? To repeat: this comes from the FBI itself.
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We all want the same things in life. We want freedom; we want the chance for prosperity; we want as few people suffering as possible; we want healthy children; we want to have crime-free streets. The argument is how to achieve them
Liberalsbelieve in government action to achieve equal opportunity and equality for all. It is the duty of the government to alleviate social ills and to protect civil liberties and individual and human rights. Believe the role of the government should be to guarantee that no one is in need. Liberal policies generally emphasize the need for the government to solve problems.
Conservativesbelieve in personal responsibility, limited government, free markets, individual liberty, traditional American values and a strong national defense. Believe the role of government should be to provide people the freedom necessary to pursue their own goals. Conservative policies generally emphasize empowerment of the individual to solve problems.
NOTE: The terms left and right define opposite ends of the political spectrum. In the United States, liberals are referred to as the left or left-wing and conservatives are referred to as the right or right-wing. On the U.S. political map, blue represents the Democratic Party (which generally upholds liberal principles) and red represents the Republican party (which generally upholds conservative principles).
LiberalA woman has the right to decide what happens with her body. A fetus is not a human life, so it does not have separate individual rights. The government should provide taxpayer funded abortions for women who cannot afford them. The decision to have an abortion is a personal choice ofa woman regarding her own body and the government must protect this right. Women have the right to affordable, safe and legal abortions, including partial birth abortion.
ConservativeHuman life begins at conception. Abortion is the murder of a human being. An unborn baby, as a living human being, has separate rights from those of the mother. Oppose taxpayer-funded abortion. Taxpayer dollars should not be used for the government to provide abortions.Support legislation to prohibit partial birth abortions, called the “Partial Birth Abortion* Ban”(*Partial Birth Abortion: the killing of an unborn baby of at least 20 weeks by pulling it out of the birth canal with forceps, but leaving the head inside. An incision is made in the back of the baby’s neck and the brain tissue is suctioned out. The head is then removed from the uterus.)
LiberalDue to prevalent racism in the past, minorities were deprived of the same education and employment opportunities as whites. The government must work to make up for that. America is still a racist society, therefore a federal affirmative action law is necessary. Due to unequal opportunity, minorities still lag behind whites in all statistical measurements of success.
ConservativeIndividuals should be admitted to schools and hired for jobs based on their ability. It is unfair to use race as a factor in the selection process. Reverse-discrimination is not a solution for racism. Some individuals in society are racist, but American society as a whole is not. Preferential treatment of certain races through affirmative action is wrong.
LiberalThe death penalty should be abolished. It is inhumane and is cruel and unusual’ punishment. Imprisonment is the appropriate punishment for murder. Every execution risks killing an innocent person.
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