America is in a race to stop Iran from making the world’s most dangerous weapons, and we are losing.
OUR VIEW: Don’t miscalculate pre-emptive strike Sadly, we have been behind the curve for years, and recent Obama administration claims about slowing Tehran down are little more than re-election propaganda. President Obama is still naively fixed on diplomacy with Iran, though it is laughable to believe our smooth-talking negotiators will chitchat Iran out of its nuclear ambitions. If Iran returns to talks, what is the compromise between our insistence that Iran cannot have nukes and Iran’s determination to get them? That Iran gets to keep a small nuclear weapons program?
Sanctions have long been touted as the answer, but they are not. Iran has
The truth may not always win, but it is always right!
Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister of Britain, called Israeli settlements “deliberate vandalism” at a press conference Tuesday, January 10, 2012. Nick Clegg is turning international law on its head - attempting to rewrite history.
The quotes below reflect the current degree of ignorance and occasional just plain anti-Semitism when it comes to Israel, the only free and democratic country in the Middle East.
Between 1967 and 1993, just a few hundred Palestinians from the West Bank or Gaza won the right to live in Israel by marrying Israeli Arabs (who constitute nearly one-fifth of Israel’s population) and acquiring Israeli citizenship. Then the Oslo Accords offered a little-noted family-reunification provision that turned this trickle into a river: 137,000 residents of the Palestinian Authority (PA) moved to Israel in 1994-2002, some of them engaged in either sham or polygamous marriages.
Iran’s threats to close the vital Strait of Hormuz, its naval exercises in nearby waters, and the ominous increase in tensions over its nuclear weapons program all point to a dangerous year ahead. Even worse, Iran’s belligerent rhetoric and behavior of late only foreshadow its behavior once it becomes a nuclear weapon-armed state. Iran undoubtedly wants to avoid further economic sanctions, and is threatening the weak and unstable global economy to magnify the potential effect of any interruption in vital oil