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Something Brewing in Iran

February 1, 2010

A couple of stories that have surfaced today make me wonder if something is brewing in Iran.  First, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced yesterday that Iran would “deliver a harsh blow to the ‘global arrogance’ on this year’s anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.” The anniversary, which takes place on February 11, marks the beginning of [...]

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Beat It and Iran’s Green Revolution

June 26, 2009

Most people would agree that the media has gone overboard in their coverage of Michael Jackson’s death.  That’s not to say his death isn’t newsworthy.  After all, no one can deny the impact Jackson had on our popular culture.  It’s just that the more important events unfolding at the moment, like the Iranian protests, deserve [...]

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