Libya

US ambassador to Libya killed

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration, roiled by the first killing of a U.S. ambassador in more than 30 years, is investigating whether the assault on the U.S. Consulate in ...

Seventh grader not impressed

When candidates have little or no knowledge of the facts and issues of our country it seems obvious they’re running for office not for what they can do for our country, but for w ...

A big cheer for people of Libya

I have been hearing a lot about the civil war going on in Libya currently, and I would like to voice my opinion. I think it is great that the citizens of Libya are standing up for ...

Nations abuse, use, accuse USA

In a recent news publication there is a large photograph of a joyous celebration. Written below it in bold print was “Tripoli, Libya has declared the country liberated” after a ...

Why hike near Iraq/Iran?

Is the hiking of the three Berkeley grads aggressive conceit or is the UC at Berkeley graduating mindless, ill-equipped mush-heads into our midst (Journal, Sept. 26)? Did it ever c ...

US entered Libya wrongly

Now that forces supported by the U.S. military are closing in on Qaddafi, I think it is again time to revisit the manner in which we became involved in this war. Yes, it is a war, ...

We are all children of God

Don’t underestimate the rebels in Libya or the power of the people who want freedom. Every human being deserves life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We are all children o ...

President a great leader

Kudos to our president, Barack Obama, for joining the international community to help protect the people of Libya protesting an insane and inhumane dictator. Shame on those who, f ...

When will our leaders listen?

Each time I try to voice my concern to the people who we elect that work for us, it seems to fall on deaf ears. They can’t reply but seem to be able to hang on to my address, pho ...

Say a few prayers

Prayers are needed for Japan, Libya and Charlie Sheen. More good is brought by prayer than this world dreams of. CAROL WALLGREN, Auburn