Engagement Ring
March 03, 2011

Oilmen have feelings, too. Take the industry executive who lobbied the White House last year to lift the ban on U.S. corporations doing business in Libya. When National Security Council officials rejected his plea, he broke down and wept. The Libyans, he sniffled, were a gentle people. They deserved better. White House officials offered him a tissue. That was then. If proponents of warmer relations with Libya are shedding tears today, they are tears of elation.

The Heir
July 20, 2010

Is Qaddafi's hip, globe-trotting son for real?

This Is Not Mercy. It Is Pandering.
August 20, 2009

The Associated Press reported yesterday that thousands of youths welcomed the return to Libya of the only man convicted for participation in the 1988 bombing of Pan American Flight 103. 270 people, mostly Americans, perished in the jetliner explosion over Lockerbie, Scotland. According to Ha'aretz, Hillary Clinton correctly criticized both the British government and Scottish authorities for the release of Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, who was met at the Tripoli airport by, aside from the young celebrants, Saif al-Islam Gadhafi, nutcase Moammar's son and likely successor. A civilized man, say the exp

Muammar Dearest
May 20, 1993

An interview with Qaddafi.