|During a manufacturing event in Pittsburgh, the president addressed the capture of one of the suspected leaders of the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya.
Every day more questions are being asked about the death of U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens. He was killed along with three other Americans in a brutal assault launched on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack.
One of the joys of my early life was to study English Literature at Cambridge in England back in the early 1960s. Nobel prize author and poet Rudyard Kipling was an early favorite. He did not bog the reader down with dense symbolism and complexity. He was easy to understand. Born in India, Kipling was tagged as the “Poet of the British Empire. It just might be a good idea for Republicans and Democrats, who fall over themselves espousing America’s continuing role in the Middle East, to take a breather and read a little Kipling.
''we find them (the pictures insulting to muslims) offensive, and we certainly understand why muslims would find these images offensive. anti-muslim images are as unacceptable as anti-semitic images, anti-christian images, or any other religious belief.”
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