On Sept. 2, the woman dubbed Blue Girl set herself on fire in front of an Iranian courthouse. She later died in a hospital from severe burns.
Tehran’s provocations feed a war scare, masking the realization that Iran has no choice but to eventually negotiate on America’s terms.
It’s completely shocking that this isn’t obvious to laymen and Washington insiders. After four decades of aggression from Iran, we should look at options.
The foiled terrorist plot takes place amidst a backdrop of growing discontent within Iran. For more than six months, Iranians have been protesting and in some cases, striking.
The 2015 Iran nuclear deal effectively has no provision for international inspections of military installations, which Tehran has said it won’t allow.
Since the Iran deal, Tehran has not slipped into a passive role—instead, it’s pursued a blatantly aggressive approach to Middle Eastern and world affairs.
Wednesday’s attacks in Iran seem not to have been spontaneously inspired by ISIS, but carefully planned to hit a nerve and grab international attention.
While the GOP rationalizes and cleans up its nominee’s mess, Democrats have the field to themselves.
Mass murder is never justified, either in Star Wars’ Alderaan or our Tehran.
Perhaps some Americans would better understand the sociopathic nature of the regime we’re promoting by glimpsing its attitude on dogs.
Obama was willing to pay almost any price to get any agreement with Iran, and he gave them exactly what they wanted.
Contrary to the president’s State of the Union assurances, Iran has exploited loopholes to keep progress on its nuclear program very much un-halted.
Enabling the Shia Axis to do our dirty work in the Middle East offers Western policymakers honey laced with poison.
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