Like the rest of America, I cheered at the news of the killing of Osama bin Laden. I was thrilled. It made my night. And the next day, too. One of the great vile, evil villains of modern history had been eliminated. If you weren’t celebrating, there is a chip missing from your DNA.… Read more ...
Based on a national Green Party press release, as posted at onthewilderside.com:
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Green Party leaders on Monday expressed hope that news of the killing of Osama bin Laden marks a new stage, in which US troops are withdrawn from Iraq and Afghanistan; air assaults on Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Libya are halted; the US presses Israel to observe full human rights and justice for the Palestinian people; and violations of domestic civil liberties are overturned.
LNCC Chair Wayne Root on Killing Osama bin Laden
I want to congratulate the Navy Seal Team that tracked down and killed Osama bin Laden. I feel blessed for their courage.
Congratulations are due for all American military and intelligence on their RELENTLESS decade long battle to bring Osama bin Laden to justice.… Read more ...
Libertarianism and the Ron Paul Revolution
(excerpt from) Bin Laden is Dead but his Ghost still Haunts America
Osama bin Laden is dead, but his strategy to bankrupt America lives on. Don’t expect Obama to exit Afghanistan anytime soon
by Evan Mazur / Monday, May 2, 2011
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Osama bin Laden, founder and financier of the terrorist group responsible for the 9/11 attacks, has finally been killed and Americans are rejoicing.
Green Party Watch is a green politics blog which posts many official national and state Green Party press releases, and whose administrators are Green Party insiders. They have posted an open thread about the death of Bin Laden, where several greens have already left comments.
Open Thread at
Green Party Watch
“Now that bin Laden is dead, what do we do next?”
Green Party Watch also posted an article as the news was unfolding:
Sent via facebook on 9/11/10 from the Campaign of Jake Towne, independent libertarian for US House (PA-15):
Today is the ninth anniversary of a tragic day in American history. For all the turmoil, mourning, and strife, not much has come from the invasion of Afghanistan and the subsequent occupation of Iraq.… Read more ...
Posted at http://kristindavis2010.com/blog by Anti-Prohibition Party candidate for Governor of New York Kristin Davis. For a different opinion on the issue, and links to previous IPR coverage, see here.
This weekend I went on the record for opposing the mosque at Ground Zero. I wanted to bring attention to this issue at my birthday party at 49 Grove however one reporter interrupted my speech to call me a racist and say that I was against freedom of religion and scream obscenities at my friends.… Read more ...
Tonight, I will begin a series of posts entitled “Let’s look at the issues.”Â These will attempt to stay away from the superficial and divisive aspects of electioneering.Â They will hopefully offer readers a perspective on important issues at stake in this election, with background, candidate positions, and various opinions on the issues.Â Real problems facing our nation, and their solutions, are what an election should be about, after all.… Read more ...