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  • Lapid: Netanyahu should quit if bad Iran nuclear deal signed - Jerusalem Post Israel News

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    6 Jul 2015 | 12:16 pm
    Jerusalem Post Israel NewsLapid: Netanyahu should quit if bad Iran nuclear deal signedJerusalem Post Israel NewsPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must resign from his post if the world's six leading countries reach a bad agreement with Iran in Vienna because it would be a personal failure for him, Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid told his faction in the Knesset Monday.Lapid: Netanyahu must quit if Iran deal goes throughThe Times of IsraelLapid: Netanyahu Should Resign if Bad Iran Deal is SignedJP Updatesall 7 news articles »
  • Iran Revives Embargo Debate as Nuclear Talks Near End

    NYT > Iran
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Bubbling just beneath the surface in the negotiations, the issue of lifting all United Nations sanctions could delay when the accord goes to Congress for review.
  • Obama says anti-Islamic State strategy unchanged even as airstrikes increase

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    Christi Parsons
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:34 pm
    President Obama acknowledged Monday that the Islamic State terrorists have been "particularly effective" at recruiting volunteers to fight in Iraq and Syria but pledged to stay on track with his current strategy even though it "will not be quick" in bringing about the group's defeat.
  • It Is Accomplished

    The Dish
    Andrew Sullivan
    26 Jun 2015 | 10:21 am
    As Gandhi never quite said, First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they attack you. Then you win. I remember one of the first TV debates I had on the then-strange question of civil marriage for gay couples. It was Crossfire, as I recall, and Gary Bauer’s response to my rather earnest argument after my TNR cover-story on the matter was laughter. “This is the loopiest idea ever to come down the pike,” he joked. “Why are we even discussing it?” Those were isolating  days. A young fellow named Evan Wolfson who had written a dissertation on the subject…
  • Comment on Ghosts of King George III: Top 5 Things that threaten American Independence Today by Jim Tacklind

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    Jim Tacklind
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:45 am
    I would add civil forfeiture, which is a scandal that should infuriate anyone who loves this country.
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  • Lapid: Netanyahu should quit if bad Iran nuclear deal signed - Jerusalem Post Israel News

    6 Jul 2015 | 12:16 pm
    Jerusalem Post Israel NewsLapid: Netanyahu should quit if bad Iran nuclear deal signedJerusalem Post Israel NewsPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must resign from his post if the world's six leading countries reach a bad agreement with Iran in Vienna because it would be a personal failure for him, Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid told his faction in the Knesset Monday.Lapid: Netanyahu must quit if Iran deal goes throughThe Times of IsraelLapid: Netanyahu Should Resign if Bad Iran Deal is SignedJP Updatesall 7 news articles »
  • Netanyahu again warns of 'bad deal' with Iran - WFMZ Allentown

    6 Jul 2015 | 8:01 am
    WFMZ AllentownNetanyahu again warns of 'bad deal' with IranWFMZ AllentownIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is once again raising the specter of a bad deal with Iran as nuclear talks this week enter what could be their final stage. "This deal as far as we can see comes on almost daily concessions from the P5+1 to Iran's Parliament Speaker Felicitates Turkish Counterpart on ElectionFars News AgencyDeadline in doubt in Iran talks final actYahoo NewsWorld powers begin talks to seal Iran nuclear dealBusiness InsiderWall Street Journal -Bismarck Tribuneall 2,825 news…
  • Obama seeks to expand legacy abroad - WFMZ Allentown

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    WFMZ AllentownObama seeks to expand legacy abroadWFMZ AllentownFor President Barack Obama, the risky road to history now runs through Iran and Cuba. As he basks in legacy-defining wins at home, the President's hopes of extending his hot streak rest on controversial gambits engaging U.S. enemies and reversing Marathon Iran nuclear talks enter final stretchChannel News AsiaFirst Draft | Today in Politics: Gaps Remain as Deadline Nears on Iran DealNew York TimesAs Iran nuclear deadline nears, analysts ask if better US relations will followMiami HeraldAl-Monitorall 268 news…
  • Clinton: Hopeful US can reach 'verifiable deal' with Iran - Centre Daily Times

    5 Jul 2015 | 6:07 pm
    Centre Daily TimesClinton: Hopeful US can reach 'verifiable deal' with IranCentre Daily TimesThe proposal has been assailed by Republican presidential candidates who say it does not go far enough to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, setting up a potential foreign policy clash in the election campaign. Clinton said Iran ramped up its ...Hillary Clinton Says Hopes Iran Talks Yield Deal in The Next WeekNDTVall 1,103 news articles »
  • Defected Iranian Diplomat Discloses How Tehran Rigged the 2009 Election - TheTower.org

    29 Jun 2015 | 5:26 am
    TheTower.orgDefected Iranian Diplomat Discloses How Tehran Rigged the 2009 ElectionTheTower.orgThe experience of Hossein Alizadeh, a former Iranian diplomat based in Finland, raised questions over whether a regime that cheats its own people can be trusted to keep an international agreement, Sohrab Ahmari wrote in his profile (Google link) of the ...and more »
 
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  • Obama says anti-Islamic State strategy unchanged even as airstrikes increase

    Christi Parsons
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:34 pm
    President Obama acknowledged Monday that the Islamic State terrorists have been "particularly effective" at recruiting volunteers to fight in Iraq and Syria but pledged to stay on track with his current strategy even though it "will not be quick" in bringing about the group's defeat.
  • What are Greece's options now?

    Don Lee
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:25 pm
    Greek voters' resounding rejection of international creditors' demands may have strengthened the hand of their prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, who rose to power promising to halt painful austerity measures imposed in the bailout. But what options are open to the Greek leader when he meets with...
  • Greece to propose alternative bailout plan as banks face collapse

    Henry Chu
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:55 pm
    Greece intends to put forward new bailout proposals to its European partners at an emergency summit Tuesday, government sources here said, as officials sought to stave off a collapse of their country's banking system and its potential ejection from the Eurozone.
  • Pope Francis extols family to hundreds of thousands in Ecuador

    Pablo Jaramillo Viteri, Tracy Wilkinson
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:12 pm
    Hundreds of thousands of cheering people welcomed Pope Francis to Guayaquil, Ecuador, on Monday for the first Mass on the Argentine-born pontiff's landmark pilgrimage to Spanish-speaking Latin America.
  • Airstrike hits livestock market in Yemen; at least 42 people killed

    Zaid Al-Alayaa, Matt Pearce
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:34 am
    An airstrike hit a popular livestock market in Yemen on Monday, killing at least 42 people, witnesses and medical officials said, as a Saudi Arabian-led coalition continued aerial attacks against Houthi rebels for a fourth month. 
 
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  • It Is Accomplished

    Andrew Sullivan
    26 Jun 2015 | 10:21 am
    As Gandhi never quite said, First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they attack you. Then you win. I remember one of the first TV debates I had on the then-strange question of civil marriage for gay couples. It was Crossfire, as I recall, and Gary Bauer’s response to my rather earnest argument after my TNR cover-story on the matter was laughter. “This is the loopiest idea ever to come down the pike,” he joked. “Why are we even discussing it?” Those were isolating  days. A young fellow named Evan Wolfson who had written a dissertation on the subject…
  • The Years Of Writing Dangerously

    Andrew Sullivan
    6 Feb 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Thirteen years ago, as I was starting to experiment with this blogging thing, I wrote the following: [T]he speed with which an idea in your head reaches thousands of other people’s eyes has another deflating effect, this time in reverse: It ensures that you will occasionally blurt out things that are offensive, dumb, brilliant, or in tune with the way people actually think and speak in private. That means bloggers put themselves out there in far more ballsy fashion than many officially sanctioned pundits do, and they make fools of themselves more often, too. The only way to correct your…
  • The Miracle Of Francis

    Andrew Sullivan
    6 Feb 2015 | 11:30 am
    One sub-theme of the Dish has long been my passionate, tortured relationship with the Catholic Church. This decade and a half exposed the unspeakable child abuse epidemic in the church, leaving me utterly unmoored and gutted. My faith life during all these years sputtered, lingered, and at times opened onto a dry, bleak wasteland. I quit blogging (at least) once before in 2005 – but the election of Joseph Ratzinger as Pope Benedict XVI ended my premature retirement. I knew Ratzinger’s work intimately, and had wrestled with it for years. I knew instantly that the church I loved…
  • A Note To Our Readers, Ctd

    Andrew Sullivan
    6 Feb 2015 | 10:30 am
    One of countless readers asks: OK, no more begging for site to continue, EXCEPT can you please leave the site up for those of us who want to go back to read past weekend posts? These don’t have an expiration date. My weekends are so busy that I often don’t get a chance to explore all the excellent reads. I could probably spend a year going back and reading so much of what I missed. Also, how will we know where to go next if you don’t leave the site up for us to explore the “Blog Love” list? And some of the “Threads” have great significance (suicide, abortion – these have…
  • As The World Turns

    Andrew Sullivan
    6 Feb 2015 | 10:00 am
    Yesterday, this news broke: U.S. House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) declined to offer his hopes for litigation seeking marriage rights for same-sex couples before the U.S. Supreme Court, but said he doesn’t expect House Republicans will weigh in on the issue. “I don’t expect that we’re going to weigh in on this,” Boehner said. “The court will make its decision and that’s why they’re there, to be the highest court in the land.” The core sign of the entrenchment of social change is that the opposition eventually accepts it or acquiesces to it. When I started campaigning for…
 
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