Monthly Archives: September 2013

Iran’s Rouhani: “The World Has Changed”

by James M. Wall On July 30, 2009, conservative columnist Pat Buchanan  wrote a column in the American Conservative.  He called it, “Tell Israel No”. Here is a key paragaph: “Israel has been saying for years an Iranian bomb is months away. Where … Continue reading

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Peaceful Pause Delivers “Stunning” News

by James M. Wall No one ever said diplomacy was easy. Many have said it is messy. But one thing is certain: Diplomacy is better than destruction. Thanks to diplomacy, which weathered recent negative media cries of incompetence, the U.S. … Continue reading Continue reading

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Obama Pauses Again; Peace Wins, AIPAC Loses

by James M. Wall Monday, September 9, was planned as a day for the White House to persuade Congress to support military strikes on Syria. The highlight of the day’s “persuade Congress” plan was a White House appearance by former … Continue reading

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