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Did Hillary’s carelessness with her emails have anything to do with the execution of a purported US asset in Iran? And what about that $400 million – was it a ransom or just standard US operating procedure? If you like the work here then please donate today. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Subscribe by […]
North Korea’s apparent test of a nuclear weapon yesterday is being greeted in the usual foreign policy circles as a case to do more of the same: more sanctions, more pressure, regime change. Is it wise to do the same thing and expect different results? Is there another possibility?
Israel’s Atomic Energy Commission has endorsed the Iran nuclear agreement, finding that on a technical level it will prevent Iran from getting a nuclear weapon. Are cooler heads beginning to prevail?
Civilians who had little control over their government were victims. Was it justified and have we learned anything from it?
by Ron Paul Last week’s successfully concluded Iran agreement is one of the two most important achievements of an otherwise pretty dismal Obama presidency. Along with the ongoing process of normalizing relations with Cuba, this move shows that diplomacy can produce peaceful, positive changes. It also shows that sometimes taking a principled position means facing […]
The Iran nuclear deal is being heartily denounced by the GOP presidential field, Rand Paul included. What does the deal say, and why does Rand Paul oppose it? How does he distinguish himself from the field now? Scott Horton returns to discuss these and other important questions. http://traffic.libsyn.com/tomwoodsshow/woods_07_17_2015_2.mp3 Source: Ep. 448 The Iran Deal and […]