Iran's culture of death

by Jerome R. Corsi -- During December 2005 and January 2006, as the Iranian regime became increasingly defiant of international nuclear diplomacy, the litany of human-rights abuses continued as well. Here is a more…

Will Iran's 'petroeuro' threat lead to war?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Beginning in 2003, Iran began demanding oil payment in euros, not dollars, although the oil itself was still priced in U.S. currency. Now, Iran is seriously considering establishing more…

Iran has just bought more time

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Before we get too excited that the International Atomic Energy Agency is moving to vote on Iran before the Security Council, we should look at the fine print. more…

Iran plays Bush administration for fools

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Iran's recent reversal suddenly suggesting that the Russian proposal has merit should remind everyone how expert the Iranians are at gaming the international system and buying time. In more…

Iran's nuclear facility
staying open

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Iran is planning to wiggle out of an International Atomic Energy Agency referral to the Security Council. Unless the seals are put back on Natanz and the uranium more…

Sens. Clinton, Kerry are hypocrites on Iran

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Hillary Clinton last week blasted the Bush White House for downplaying the threat in Iran and for wasting time by outsourcing the negotiations to the E.U.-3. Last year, more…

ANWR's last stand?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Editor's note: WND columnist Craig R. Smith co-authored this column.As Congress pushes toward adjournment, Republicans in the Senate are fighting to keep alive the Bush administration's push to more…

Profitable new natural-gas technologies

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Devon Energy Corporation is the largest U.S.-based independent producer of natural gas in America. Almost all their natural gas production – approximately 86 percent – comes from North more…

Beyond the 'peak-oil production' hoax

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Craig Smith and I wrote "Black Gold Stranglehold: The Myth of Scarcity and the Politics of Oil" with the dual idea that we would not only further establish more…

Is oil peaking today?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- A key argument to "Black Gold Stranglehold: The Myth of Scarcity and the Politics of Oil," is that energy resources are infinite, not finite. Craig Smith and I more…