Iran dead set on developing nukes

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The EU-3 of France, Germany and England continue to pursue an agreement with Iran to halt the enrichment of uranium. The goal of the EU-3 is to present more…

Iran goes nuclear: The handwriting is on the wall

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Events in Iran are moving fast. Immediately after the U.S. presidential election, the EU-3 – Britain, France and Germany – announced that they had reached an agreement with more…

Is the Democratic Party relevant anymore?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Kerry lost. But the real loser in this election was the Democratic Party. Not simply because Republicans retained the presidency and increased their control in the Congress. The more…

The silent majority has once again spoken

by Jerome R. Corsi -- John Kerry never thought it completely through when he decided at the Democratic National Convention to run for president as a hero of the Vietnam War. He miscalculated more…

Iran – John Kerry's next Vietnam?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- According to a report in Al Jazerra, Iran has decided to wait to see if John Kerry will win the presidential election on Nov. 2. Why? Iran would more…

John Kerry's Irangate?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- On Monday, Oct. 18, 2004, Hassan Nemazee, an Iranian-American, one of John Kerry's top fund-raisers, was deposed in New York City. Under oath, Nemazee acknowledged that he has more…

Just naive, or breathtakingly stupid?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- In the first presidential debate, John Kerry made a little noticed statement affirming his intention to provide Iran with nuclear fuel. "I think the United States should have more…

John Kerry's secret meeting with the enemy

by Jerome R. Corsi -- On Sept. 21, 2004, the Swift Boat Veterans for the Truth introduced a TV ad titled, "Friends," with the message that "John Kerry Secretly Met Enemy Leaders" during more…

John Kerry and the politics of betrayal

by Jerome R. Corsi -- John Kerry undoubtedly calculated he could have it both ways: For those who wanted to see a war hero, he could tout his decorations; for those who were more…