Nuts to Bush

by Gordon Prather -- Last November, France, Germany and the United Kingdom – as agents for the European Union – began negotiations with Iran on "a mutually acceptable long-term arrangement" that would more…

Another intelligence fiasco?

by Gordon Prather -- In announcing the president's decision to nominate John Bolton to be ambassador to the United Nations, Condi Rice noted that, as under-secretary of state for arms control and more…

On Jackie-baby's babbling

by Gordon Prather -- Addressing the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna last week, Jackie Sanders, the U.S. representative, warned the panel that it "cannot ignore forever more…

Playing fast and loose with Iran-nuke facts

by Gordon Prather -- "This notion that the United States is getting ready to attack Iran is simply ridiculous," President Bush said as he emerged from talks with European Union leaders. Ridiculous? more…

Targeting nonexistent nukes?

by Gordon Prather -- On March 19, 2003, President Bush informed Congress that Saddam posed "a continuing threat to the national security of the United States" by "continuing to possess and develop more…

Sandbagging the EU

by Gordon Prather -- Last November, the governments of France, Germany, the United Kingdom – supported by the High Representative of the European Union – and the Islamic Republic of Iran forwarded more…

If in doubt, blame
the North Koreans!

by Gordon Prather -- In an interview with The Washington Post-Newsweek's Lally Weymouth at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland last week, Mohamed ElBaradei, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, more…

Iran? Let the Israelis do it

by Gordon Prather -- Hours before his "ratification" inaugural, Vice President Dick Cheney was chatting with Don Imus on MSNBC about Iraqi and Iranian "nuclear programs." Now, Cheney appears to know the more…

Who's next on Bush's hit list?

by Gordon Prather -- According to the Washington Post, on the eve of President Bush's second inaugural, he believed his re-election constituted a "ratification" of his "approach toward Iraq." Far from being more…

Bush on WMD:
Tragedy or farce?

by Gordon Prather -- Sometimes you don't know whether to laugh or cry. Like when you heard President Bush tell ABC's Barbara Walters: I felt like we'd find weapons of mass destruction more…