America is weary of war and this war has been a psychic trauma on the United States that has shaken core beliefs of many. Now that it is over we must work to end other wars and start nation building here at home.
Assuming a civil war is inevitable in Libya, stopping certain massacres and protecting civilians is the priority, even knowing that you have to figure the rest out later. This is the pro-peace argument for our intervention.
While a lot of the news you will hear about over the next few days will focus on the next "iPad Killer" device or what's around the corner for television, one of the often-overlooked growth areas in consumer electronics is Green Tech.
After all that has happened with the financial crisis and the role that short-sellers played in dragging big companies down into the muck, you'd hope the U.S. Senate wouldn't play this role. But it is going on today.
The irony of a grassroots movement -- supposedly angry about being victimized by the financial crisis -- supporting the Wall Street candidate in the special election in upstate New York couldn't be more obvious.
Independent journalists have tried to shine a spotlight on how groups like the Center for American Progress and MoveOn are now supporting the continuation of wars because their guy is now commander-in-chief.