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Truth and reality in Iran

Op-Ed

We’ve reached peak farce. On Friday, while signaling yet another extension of the Iran nuclear negotiations, Secretary of State John Kerry struck an optimistic note: “I think it’s safe to say…

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It’s North Korea, all over again

Op-Ed

We’ve seen this before. President Obama’s Iran nuclear deal looks increasingly like the disastrous deal the United States struck with the regime in North Korea. In 1994, the U.S. government…

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The sad truth about the Iran deal

Op-Ed

The outlines of a nuclear deal with Iran are in place. Unfortunately, it seems like too many in President Barack Obama’s administration have forgotten that the only reason this terrorist-supporting…

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Exporting US Drones

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A year before the Sept. 11 attacks, a US drone flew over an Afghan al-Qaeda training camp, beaming back video footage that showed a tall man in white. That figure, the CIA concluded, was Osama bin…

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What is needed to stop ISIS

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ISIS is on the march. Despite some battlefield setbacks in Iraq, the Islamist terrorist group remains unchallenged in Syria and holds sway over an area the size of Great Britain. The group has seized…

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