The latest news on Libya
But most haven't said how they would address the latest international crisis if they were president.
The Joint Chiefs chairman is leading U.S. military operations in Libya.
Some say Obama's dithering was wise decision-making, others say it was a lack of leadership.
There's nothing more corrosive to national security than military alliances that have become ends in themselves.
Many complaints on Obama's handling of Libya seem rooted in politics, not foreign policy.
NATO agreed to take over command of the newly established no-fly zone over Libya.
Like the air traffic controller at Reagan Washington National Airport, Obama is asleep when he should be leading.
The United States has not committed its troops to protect a core security interest since the end of World War II.
Why haven't Tea Partyers and Congress spoken out more against Obama's Libya spending spree?
The president says the action in Libya is in the nation's best interest.