American Bloodlust in the Age of Interventionism

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall felt the brunt of public outrage back in May of 2011 when he decided to weigh in on a matter of American foreign policy. Clearly disgusted with the jubilant nature of celebrations following Osama bin Laden’s death, Mendenhall took to twitter to voice his dissatisfaction: “What kind of person celebrates death? It’s […]

There are no “troops on the ground,” and a lot of this is being done by remotely piloted drones, and the pilots are sitting safely at Air Force bases back in Nevada. So you see, no Americans are in harm’s way, it’s just flying robots killing Libyans. You know. “Peace.”

Stephen Colbert on Obama’s claim that Libya conflict does not meet “hostilities threshold” of the War Powers Act. (via thelifetimenetwork)

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