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Iran’s Pat Robertson

Instead of wallowing in the fearful magical formulas of the past, Iran could educate its citizens more effectively, so that a new generation of engineers could design buildings that are more earthquake resistant.

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Is US Government Behind Terrorism in Iran?

Violent attacks against nations we are unfriendly with, whether we are responsible for them or not, will only encourage those nations to become more hostile to us, as cynical politicians exploit the attacks to increase international divisions.

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North Korea And Iran Agree On Nuclear Weapons!

If we here in the USA are freaking out about the idea of North Korea or Iran having just a handful of nuclear weapons, then we cannot reasonably expect the world to be impressed with an agreement to reduce our nuclear arsenal to 1,500, plus a whole lot of spares in the atomic closet.

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Are We All Hondurans Now?

The Republicans are not demanding that Barack Obama get tough on Roberto Micheletti, the leader who appears to have seized power, and no Twitterers here in the United States are changing the color of their profile icons in solidarity with anyone there.

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Sharing Fundamentalism: A Purpose-Driven Assassination

What kind of moral values does this Inaugural Pastor Rick Warren invoke when he’s not invocating? December 4, 2008: Sean Hannity: Ahmadinejad denies the Holocaust, wants to wipe Israel off the map, is seeking nuclear weapons. Rick Warren: Yes. Sean Hannity: I think we need

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Read Hooman Majd: The Ayatollah Begs to Differ

I enthusiastically recommend Hooman Majd’s recent nonfiction book, The Ayatollah Begs to Differ. Majd is the grandson of an Iranian Ayatollah and the son of an exiled Iranian diplomat who is fluent in Farsi and English, who grew up in Britain and America and yet

Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?