Iranian Nuclear Program on Townhall

Cal Thomas - Tue Nov 26

Cliff May - Thu Nov 21

Nicole Bailey - Sun Nov 17

In Washington DC, panelists at the Middle East Institute’s annual conference clashed on the topic of a US-Iran rapprochement. Dr. Mohsen Milani of the University of South Florida remarked that a US-Iran rapprochement would more profoundly influence the Middle East in the future than either the Syrian conflict or sectarianism, but Dr. F. Gregory Gause of the Brookings Doha Center countered that Dr. Milani and others were “getting ahead of themselves.” ... more

Daniel Pipes - Wed Nov 13

Paul Greenberg - Wed Nov 13

Cal Thomas - Tue Nov 12

Cliff May - Thu Oct 24

Night Watch - Thu Oct 17

Night Watch - Thu Sep 26

Daniel Pipes - Mon Sep 9

Pat Buchanan - Thu Mar 21

As President Obama departed for Israel, there came a startling report. Bashar Assad's regime had used poison gas on Syrian rebels. ... more

Washington, D.C. - Thu Mar 21

Renewing U.S. support for the difficult "work of generations," President Barack Obama assured Israel that his administration would pursue a Mideast peace that would allow residents of the Jewish state to live free from the threat of terror. ... more

Night Watch - Sun Feb 10

The majority of Iranians (63%) said that Iran should continue to develop its nuclear program, even given the scale of sanctions. ... more

Bob Barr - Wed Oct 24

The manner in which talk of going to war with Iran is being bandied about this election cycle, might lead an observer to conclude such an act would have consequences no more serious than a family squabble over the Holiday dinner table. As Pat Buchanan noted in his column here at yesterday, some war advocates, such as David Rothkopf, suggest that a so-called “surgical strike” against Iranian nuclear facilities and its consequences, would last no longer than “a day or two at most” and would be without any “civilian casualties.” ... more

Pat Buchanan - Tue Oct 9

In diplomacy, always leave your adversary an honorable avenue of retreat. ... more

Armstrong Williams - Wed Oct 3

With the focus of the presidential race turning sharply toward foreign policy, the topic of Iran and competing visions for what to do about the rogue regime’s pursuit of nuclear weapons are likely to take center stage in the coming days. ... more