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The Iran Deal and ISIS?

Regardless of the debate over the broader merits of the plan, when I first heard about the controversial recent deal by the U.S. and other countries with Iran, lifting sanctions on Iran in exchange for a suspension of their nuclear efforts, I immediately thought of how ISIS (e.g. 938 more words

The Jewish Left Loves Israel to Death

by Jonathan Greenberg
July 7, 2015

Peter Beinart and other leftists believe American cultural tide is shifting against Israel, but there’s little evidence for that… 155 more words

Israel & Middle East

NIAC June 25 Discussion on Geopolitical Implications of Nuclear Deal with Iran

CSP, by Caitlin Anglemier, June 26, 2015:

The National Iranian American Council (NIAC) serves as de factor influence for Iranian interests in Washington politics, as previously… 949 more words


PETER BEINART: The Limits of Jeb Bush's Compassionate Conservatism

The Atlantic — The former Florida governor, like his brother before him, is using concern for the poor to distract attention from policies that favor the elite. 168 more words


Why Does Peter Beinart Despise Pro-Israel Jews?

by Shmuley Boteach
June 15, 2015

Peter Beinart has long had an unnatural obsession with me. To be honest, the amount of column space he’s devoted to promoting my name is something for which I should be compensating him.  80 more words

Israel & Middle East

JAMIE WEINSTEIN: Stop It, Liberals, Bush Didn’t Lie About Iraq Having WMDs

Daily Caller — Liberals, please stop it with the Iraq war lies.

There is plenty of criticism that can be leveled against George W. Bush’s decision to invade Iraq in 2003, but he didn’t deliberately mislead the country about Iraq possessing weapons of mass destruction (WMD). 101 more words


PETER BEINART: The Problem With Asking Republicans, 'Would You Have Invaded Iraq?'

The Atlantic — Here’s the better question: Is war the best response to dictators with WMD?

The “would you have invaded Iraq” saga continues. Sunday on Fox News, Chris Wallace tried again and again to get Marco Rubio to say whether, in hindsight, the Bush administration was right to invade a WMD-less Iraq. 193 more words