Stop the Madness

Despite all the hype, Iran's nuclear program has yet to violate international law.

This isn't the first time that hawks have raised the alarm about Iran's nuclear program, claiming that the sky is falling. Breathless, hypothetical timelines to an Iranian bomb have continued almost unabated since the time of the shah. Full Story »

Posted by Ben Ross - via Foreign Policy
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Posted by: Posted by Ben Ross - Jan 23, 2012 - 4:11 PM PST
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by Ben Ross - Jan. 23, 2012

Good ...offers facts based overview of issue. Looks at the warmongers history of inflated Iran nuke assessments and the actual wording of the nuke regulatory commis. the link to the time line is vgood.

What would be reported in MSM if hard facting check was used....with only comments of those with actual knowledge and not just bluster.

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