Archive for the ‘Ahmadinejad’ Category

To go or NOT to go to war with Iran

Israeli Defense Minister, Ehud Barak, is on his way to the United States to argue, again, for a war with Iran. Plenty of US officials including the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey, National Security Adviser Tom Donilon and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper have also been in Israel to discuss […]

Iran and the Nuclear Weapons Club

Iran hedged its bets and lost. By turning a blind eye to this week’s violent assault on the British embassy, which had the distinct odor of spin, the regime plowed right over the edge of an already teetering tipping point. Outrage over the behavior of the international community and its endless war-drumming rhetoric and sanctions […]

The Saudi Ambassador, Iran, America and more war.

US officials broke up an alleged assassination attempt which supposedly targeted the Saudi Ambassador right here in the good ‘ol U.S. of A. In one of the most protected and secure areas of Washington, D.C., one or maybe two individuals with alleged connections to Iran were going to walk right in and, in the words […]

Ayatollah Khamenei: Saving Face is Never Worth Sacrificing Citizens

Trying to save face, the Iranian government is scrambling to blame the latest post-election unrest on everyone except their own ineptness to count ballots and treat the Iranian people with respect. The current government, fearful of its own survival, undercut the nation’s only ounce of democracy at the expense of everyone except themselves. Read the […]

To Meddle or Not to Meddle in Iran

Here is my Op-Ed in Today’s El Diario La Prensa. Read the full article in Spanish here El Diario La Prensa.