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The Grounds for Opposing the American–Iranian Nuclear Deal

Well-meaning opinion all over the world has applauded President Obama’s diplomacy. His move towards easing the American–Iranian hostility is being welcomed.

Vigorous opposition, however, is voiced by the leaders of Israel, by large sections of Israeli public opinion, by Iran’s rivals in the Middle East and by those who for other reasons oppose any strengthening of Teheran’s power. 246 more words

The Empire's Next Queen

On April 12th former First Lady, senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced her bid for the US presidency in 2016; and in all likelihood she will be the selected candidate by the corporate state. 861 more words

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Has the Next President Already Been Chosen—and is the election just going through the motions?

By Al Benson Jr.

If you looked at the last two presidential “elections” and, upon sober reflection, decided it was all an elaborate sham, then you and I are on the same page. 1,250 more words

Political Smears in U.S. Never Change: the NYT’s 1967 Attack on MLK’s Anti-War Speech

 The attack of the NYT editors on King for that speech is strikingly familiar, because it’s completely identical to how anti-war advocates in the U.S. are maligned today.

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Constitutional Rights

Memo to Marie Harf: Sometimes "Stop It!" IS the Better Idea

Bob Newhart used to do this skit where he played a psychiatrist who charged only five dollars (he didn’t make change) for a session, would listen at length to his patients’ problems and then offer exactly the same advice to all of them. 510 more words

Charles Krauthammer: The Iran deal -- Anatomy of a disaster

Washington Post: “Negotiations . . . to prevent an Iranian capability to develop a nuclear arsenal are ending with an agreement that concedes this very capability .  173 more words

International Relations