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NPR interview with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

All Things Considered co-host Mary Louise Kelly interviews Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about U.S. policy in Iran and about the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch. https://www.npr.org/2020/01/24/798579754/transcript-nprs-full-interview-with-secretary-of-state-mike-pompeo    

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Saudi Arabia attacked

I. F. Stone, (Isidor Feinstein Stone, December 24, 1907 – June 18, 1989) was a politically progressive American investigative journalist, writer, and author. He is best remembered for I. F. Stone’s Weekly (1953–71), a newsletter ranked 16th among the top hundred works of … Continue reading

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Reed on Iran

President Obama’s 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran was inherently flawed, dangerous and put American lives at risk. As a result, we have paid Iran tens of billions of dollars in virtually untraceable cash and gold, while Tehran continued to build … Continue reading

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Trump in Saudi Arabia

But let’s be clear about what the speech really was: A sop, soaked in platitudes, to the Saudi agenda in the Middle East.–Ishaan Tharoor Trump’s performance in Saudi Arabia reflects a U-turn in U.S. Foreign policy. Does this reflect State Department … Continue reading

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Militarism

We have the greatest military in the world…We have given them total authorization…If you look at what’s happened over the last eight weeks and compare that really with what’s happened over the last eight years, you’ll see there’s a tremendous … Continue reading

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Reed puts the cart before the horse

Tom Reed writes: Tom Reed continued to raise the alarm on Iranian aggression and took a stand against the rogue state by supporting two pieces of legislation that would continue sanctions, protecting the American people. “We care about keeping Americans … Continue reading

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Iran nuclear agreement

This article is by Cath Kestler, a Silver Creek resident. Twenty months of negotiations have yielded one of the most historic foreign policy agreements in modern history. In Vienna, on July 14th, representatives of the US and other world powers … Continue reading

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What Tom reports and what he keeps to himself

In his weekly e-mail Tom: Remembered those who lost their lives in defense of our country at Chattanooga last week. Pans the Iran deal. Reminds us he seeks to protect our fundamental rights regarding property ownership. Declares victory for Western … Continue reading

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Can President Obama save the Levant?

To stand a chance of success, the strategy will need regional buy-in to attempt to shut down financial support and fighter recruitment that provide the Islamic State group with its strategic depth. To this end, the US tabled a UN … Continue reading

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Rep. Reed’s Jerusalem Town Hall Meeting, December 18, 2013

On Wednesday night, December 18, Rep. Tom Reed had a Town Hall meeting at the Jerusalem (Yates County) Town Hall. Despite it was snowing, hard at times, there was about 40 in attendance. There was going to be a Town … Continue reading

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