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MY TAKE ON U.S. ENGAGEMENT IN LIBYA

In the last month, Professor Alan J. Kuperman has become somewhat of the darling of the non-interventionist viewpoint on Libya. He is cited as academic authority for the proposition that President Obama overstated the case for humanitarian aid and that … Continue reading

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FLIGHT OF THE SORCERESS: THE LIBYAN CONNECTION, JEWS AND QADDAFI

One of the major theme points of my historical novel The Flight of the Sorceress resolves around Original Sin and its relationship with the Pelagian Heresy, the counter doctrine that good works alone can win the Kingdom of Heaven. St. … Continue reading

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A FLYING FORK TO LAWRENCE O’DONNELL

I like to watch Lawrence O’Donnell on MSNBC.  Usually he is funny, incisive and informative. But over the past several days, his coverage of the conflict in Libya has been anything but. In particular, he has incessantly informed us that … Continue reading

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WHO IS THIS QADDAFI GUY?

About a year and a half ago, I began research on a novel to be set in modern-day Libya. Of course I had no inkling of what was about to happen. So, the research was serendipitous. Now, there seems to … Continue reading

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