Earlier today in Madison, Wisconsin, an edict was announced that unless pro-democracy protesters left the upper floor of the building, no more people would be allowed inside, specifically that the doors would be locked, limiting the contingent inside to the people currently there. Now there are affidavits stating that welders have been seen sealing the […]
As reported by Al-Jazeera. They also report that dozens of people protesting against Kadhafi are dead.
The King of Bahrain is a big US ally, and a bloody murderer. Will the media even ask the President about this situation and the difference, if any, in the US position compared to what happened in Egypt?
Hey Americans: This is how you do it.
For years I’ve been saying that Logan is an excellent reporter, and have posted her stories several times. Regardless of that, this is saddening news. Something makes me think we won’t be seeing many more replays of Anderson Cooper’s “bravery” in Tahrir square.
After the killing of over 300 innocent Egyptians to preserve his power, Hosni Mubarak has stepped down from his post as dictator of Egypt.
Scenes from Tahrir Square Today
Not going to be a good night in Egypt. Or week. Or month. Or year. El Baradei seems to think the same thing.The ultimate expression of contempt.
According to Richard Engel’s sources. The crowd in Tahrir square has grown enormously, and is spreading outside the square further into the business districts of the city.
BONUS: Senator Jon Kyl, wingnut-AZ, will resign the US Senate!