sanctions

Neocon John Bolton Calls Russian Sanctions 'Meaningless'
Never mind the next round of hostage taking by the Republicans in Congress, Fox is going to continue to give the neocons a platform to attack President Obama as "weak" for not doing more to counter Putin's actions in Ukraine. Read more...
John McCain Attacks Obama For Not Offering Military Assistance To Ukraine
Sen. John McCain was back on the airways this Monday, carping about President Obama doing exactly what he was demanding he should do about the crisis in Ukraine the week before. Read more...
Joe Lieberman Predicts Military Action Against Iran Before The End Of 2014
The neocons continue to beat the war drums on Iran. Read more...
Senate Sanctions Bill Could Draw U.S. Into Iran War
The Nuclear Weapon Free Iran Act essentially empowers Israel to decide whether the United States will go to war against Tehran. Read more...
Rep. Duncan Hunter: U.S. Should Use Nukes If It Attacks Iran
The apple sure as hell didn't fall too far from the tree here, did it? It seems this CA Congressman is just as irresponsible as his father: Read more...

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Corker Claims Iran Is Taking Advantage Of 'Weak' Obama Administration
Because we all know "tough" guys just invade countries instead of talking to them: Read more...
The final episode of this series explores what happens when oil becomes more and more inaccessible, while at the same time, new powers like China and India try to fulfill their growing energy needs. Read more...
Not only do the FBI and Secret Service have standing authority to jam signals, but they along with state and local authorities can also push for the shutdown of cell towers, thanks to a little-known legacy of the Bush administration: "Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) 303," which lays out the nation's official "Emergency Wireless Protocols." Read more...
Seven United Nations observers have been deployed in Syria to ensure compliance with a brokered ceasefire that the government has largely failed to uphold, a spokesman for U.N. envoy Kofi Annan said Friday. The rest of an advanced team of Read more...
December 27, 1979 - "Two Votes Shy".
News of the day for December 27, 1979 - Jimmy Carter getting personally involved with Iran sanctions, just two votes shy in UN. Clergymen who visited hostages say they're okay. Soviet News agency Tass reports coup in Kabul, Afghanistan. U.S. has right to check Iranian student visas and deport. and Living standards expected to go down in the 1980's. Read more...