The administration and its press poodles are trying to normalize Iranian plots to kill Americans on U.S. soil in the pursuit of a nuclear deal that has long outlived any plausible arguments for its usefulness
How much should America pay to maintain the fraying fabric?
The Iran deal was never meant to stop Iran from building a bomb—it was supposed to delay it until disaster happened on someone else’s watch
Donald Trump cuts off Iran’s terror arm in Iraq, while Israel braces for Iranian retaliation
The roots and legacy of Iranian resentment of the West, part of a weeklong look at 40 years of the revolution
The PLO’s greatest single contribution to the Iranian Revolution was the formation of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, but the Palestinian leader’s involvement with Iran didn’t end there
More than just providing Assad with military support, the Islamic Republic supplies Syria with anything from blood drives to sporting events
Anatomy of a very tense night
A brief history of the Islamic Republic’s assaults on journalism
Plus how to survive a bar fight using Krav Maga
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