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“Hysteria” or Not, the Iran Deal Will Happen

“Hysteria” or Not, the Iran Deal Will Happen

    By Thomas L. Knapp “There’s a lot of hysteria about this deal [with Iran over nuclear research],” US Secretary of State John Kerry told Israeli TV’s Channel 10 on May 3. “People really need to look at the facts, look at the science of what is behind those facts.” So let’s look at […]

Pointedly Questioning Talking Points or How The Honest Politician Went Extinct

Pointedly Questioning Talking Points or How The Honest Politician Went Extinct

By Phil Erwin Those of us who are old enough to actually remember the Cold War can also recall a time when it was possible to distinguish between honest politicians and liars. That is to say: There actually were some honest politicians. Nowadays, it seems as though there’s not much point in listening to what […]

Hubris Unlimited: Tom Cotton versus Reality

Hubris Unlimited: Tom Cotton versus Reality

By Thomas L. Knapp Freshman Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) wants the United States to pick a fight with Iran. Not an all-out brawl, unhealthy he says; just an itty-bitty bout along the lines of 1998’s Operation Desert Fox, link in which US aircraft carried out four days of airstrikes on Iraq. Setting aside the fact […]

Russia will supply Iran “game changing” S-300 missiles

Russia will supply Iran “game changing” S-300 missiles

President Vladimir Putin lifted, there on Monday, ed a ban on supplying Iran with sophisticated S-300 air defense missile systems. This in the aftermath of the very vague agreements between Iran and the West regarding Iran’s nuclear program.     Moscow had blocked delivery of the surface-to-air missiles to Tehran in 2010. But the new […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Ayatollah Advice

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Ayatollah Advice

Chip Bok, hospital Bokbluster.com April 13, order 2015 Ayatollah Khamenei recently held a fire and brimstone revival in Iran. He said there would be no nuclear deal unless sanctions are lifted immediately.The Supreme Leader then presided over a rousing chorus of Death to America chants. Editor’s note: Chip is a talented cartoonist as well as political […]

We Don’t Need No Stinking Deal

We Don’t Need No Stinking Deal

By Gregory J. Welborn Very few op-eds have been as easy to write as this one; in fact, seek the article almost wrote itself from the daily headlines of the last several days. The toughest thing for me to do was to come up with a catchy title. As for the article, well anyone who […]

5 Ways The Iran Deal Could Go Sour, And One Sign Of Hope

5 Ways The Iran Deal Could Go Sour, And One Sign Of Hope

By Ivan Plis . As Americans and Iranians weigh the consequences of the draft nuclear agreement announced Thursday, cialis a number of its provisions remain under close scrutiny. In the first full day since its announcement, Iranian and American authorities are already presenting conflicting interpretations of its rules. Where could the tentative agreement fall through […]

Treasonous Traitors, or True Patriots?

Treasonous Traitors, or True Patriots?

By Phil Erwin OK, now it’s official. The entire Democrat pantheon of Senators, ex-Presidential candidates, Secretaries of This & That, together with the national Press (ex-FOX) have gone way, way off the Deep End. And of course, they’re expecting the rest of the country to follow them. Straight into Oblivion. On Monday, 47 Republican Senators […]

How do you handle a problem like Iran?

How do you handle a problem like Iran?

By Debra Tash Dr. Behzad Tabatabaei was keynote speaker at the Thousand Oaks Republican Women, Federated on Thursday evening, March 12th.  Dr. Tabatabaei‘s talk titled, “Our Path to Victory,” outlined how the west should have, and now should be, addressing the threat of Iran as a state sponsor of terrorism. Dr. Tabatabaei earned two masters and […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Nukes for Iran

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Nukes for Iran

Chip Bok, nurse Bokbluster.com President Obama’s original line was no nukes for Iran. That may have changed. According to leaks, the administration is working on a ten year plan allowing enough centrifuges to have a nuclear infrastructure but not enough to build bombs. At the end of the ten years, thanks to Obama’s persuasive power, the mullahs […]