Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is Cartoon: Super-Fun-Pak Comix: Unlikely drone opponent: If there's anyone deeply familiar with the US's ongoing secretive drone campaign throughout the Middle East, it's former Army General Stanley McChrystal. Show More Summary
Retired Air Force Colonel Robert Freniere, a 30-year veteran and former Pentagon aide to retired General Stanley McChrystal, now lives out of his van. The post This Man Retired From Being A Pentagon Aide At The Rank Of Colonel. Now He’s Homeless. appeared first on ThinkProgress.
by Albert Mohler December 19, 2013 (Albert Mohler) - An interview can get you into big trouble. Remember General Stanley McChrystal? He was the commander of all U.S. forces in Afghanistan until he gave an interview to Rolling Stone magazine in 2010 and criticized his Commander in Chief. Soon thereafter, he was sacked.…
For weeks, rumors have flown about a "purge" of senior military officers by the Obama administration. The tone was set in 2010, when President Barack Obama fired General Stanley McChrystal, the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan,...Show More Summary
The Israel Action Network had adopted a new tack, using Stanley McChrystal. A fancy new red white and blue " US Joint Special Operations Command" wrapping paper on the anti-BDS messaging.
Reporter Michael Hastings is known to many for his scathing Rolling Stone exposé on General Stanley McChrystal. His death this week has, unfortunately, ignited the same debate that his original piece set off: whether he was right toShow More Summary
"Are they implying he was murdered?" Michael Hastings was a much admired freelance journalist who covered the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and helped to bring down General Stanley McChrystal. He was tragically killed this week in a car crash in Los Angeles, after his car hit a tree. Hastings is believed to have been alone in the vehicle.
Michael Hastings Los Angeles, CA—Award winning journalist Michael Hastingsreportedly was under investigation by the FBI after his explosive interview and news story that led to the resignation of General Stanley McChrystal. The sudden rash of conspiracy theories surrounding Hastings death seems to have serious merit. Show More Summary
In today's edition of Tweet Beat, Geraldo Rivera continues to be outstandingly distasteful by being upset at the now-deceased Michael Hastings for writing about Stanley McChrystal, Mia Farrow comes up with a cool lifehack for freshening one's breath, and Paula Deen gets served some delicious racial epithet casserole. Read more...
First, some sad news: Michael Hastings, the journalist whose Rolling Stone profile of General Stanley McChrystal resulted in the firing of the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, is dead at 33. In honor of journalists brave enough...Show More Summary
A Solider of Irreverence Lost. Michael Hastings, who passed away yesterday at the untimely age of 33, took down the high-flying General Stanley McChrystal in a 2010 profile. (Rolling Stone) Rooting For The Underdog. The Wizard of Oz,...Show More Summary
Michael Hastings, the award-winning journalist whose explosive 2010 Rolling Stone profile of U.S. Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal ("The Runaway General") led to McChrystal's resignation, died Tuesday in an early morning car accident in Los Angeles, the magazine said. Show More Summary
Journalist Michael Hastings, 33, died in a car crash on Tuesday. The Buzzfeed writer and Rolling Stone contributing editor fearlessly covered the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan — and American society in general — without pandering to power, while writing in ways that citizens could understand. Show More Summary
The death of Michael Hastings early yesterday morning leaves me rather shaken. I didn't know him, and was only somewhat familiar with his work. His most famous story was a controversial 2011 profile of General Stanley McChrystal, who...Show More Summary
Reporter Michael Hastings, whose career-making profile of U.S. General Stanley McChrystal spurred the top Afghanistan war commander to resign, has died in a car accident in Los Angeles.
The journalist Michael Hastings, best known for a Rolling Stone story that led to the resignation of Gen. Stanley McChrystal, died early Tuesday in a car crash in Los Angeles, his employer said. In a single-car crash that occurred about 4:25 a.m. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Journalist Michael Hastings, whose 2010 Rolling Stone magazine profile of the U.S. military chief in Afghanistan, Stanley McChrystal, led to the general being relieved of command, died on Tuesday in a car wreck in Los Angeles, h...
We're learning tonight that Michael Hastings -- the 33-year-old journalist whose 2010 Rolling Stone profile of a remarkably unguarded Gen. Stanley McChrystal cost the top commander in Afghanistan his job -- died in a tragic car crash on Tuesday morning in Los Angeles. Show More Summary
Michael Hastings is best known as the Rolling Stone contributor whose reporting ended the military career of Gen. Stanley McChrystal but more important, he was a fearless reporter who did not suffer bullshit answers. He died TuesdayShow More Summary
Michael Hastings died in a car crash in Los Angeles early this morning. He was 33. If you don't know, Michael Hastings is the journalist who, two years ago, took down Afghanistan commander and Army General Stanley McChrystal with a single piece in Rolling Stone magazine. Show More Summary