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Entries by Renee Parsons from 02/2012

Bahrain Arms Sale Challenges Congress

| Posted 02.01.2012 | World

To approve the Bahrain request "sends the wrong message by giving any type of military equipment to Bahrain while the Bahraini government fails to meet its human rights obligations and promises."

Send Hillary to Stop War

| Posted 02.07.2012 | World

As U.S. rhetoric intensifies with the prediction that Israel will attack Iran sooner rather than later, the president has an opportunity to stop war with an ace in the cards he has yet to play.

George Washington and the 2012 Presidential Campaign

| Posted 02.09.2012 | Politics

With no George Washington on the horizon to save the country, it is more than discouraging that such a large, diverse country has yet to produce one, just one, individual worthy of Washington's mantle.

Who Will Feed the Children?

| Posted 02.15.2012 | Politics

Since Ted Kennedy's passing, not one member of Congress out of 525 has stepped up to champion poor children -- not one bleeding heart liberal, not one self-proclaimed Christian has come forward to be the voice for homeless and hungry children.

Sanctions, the Dollar and American Foreign Pollicy

| Posted 02.21.2012 | World

It may appear to the unobservant that an attack on Iran has faded somewhat into the background but the level of back-and-forth threats, PR maneuvering and back-channel messaging continues to intensify on a fast and furious track.

Britain, the CIA and the Iran Revolution

| Posted 02.27.2012 | World

As the U.S. tightens its three decades of sanctions now joined by Britain, that action must evoke bitter memories of an earlier time and place in Iran.