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No War on Iran: National Day of Action Feb. 4

This Week’s Top News Stories

Israel Ramps Up Push for Attack on Iran: Israeli officials have been engaged in an aggressive public-relations offensive to broaden support for a military attack on Iran,

claiming that Iran possesses long-range missiles that could reach the United States and enough material to build four nuclear weapons.

West Rapidly Backpedals on Syria Resolution, Seeks Russia Deal: NATO and the Arab League have apparently yielded to Russia’s veto threat for a U.N. Security Council resolution on Syria, and now say they are dropping all calls for sanctions or Bashar al-Assad’s ouster and are looking for negotiations.

Obama Denies "Huge Number of Civilian Casualties" in Drone War: President Barack Obama broke with protocol and publicly acknowledged the drone war in Pakistan while downplaying the civilian casualties of the extrajudicial assassination program.

U.S. Dismisses Confusion Over Panetta’s Afghanistan Statements: Defense Secretary Leon Panetta hinted that the combat mission in Afghanistan could conclude by the end of 2013. His comments were labeled a gaffe, but Panetta and the administration made clear the war and occupation will go on for many years beyond 2013.

Columns and Viewpoints


A group of grassroots activists are putting together a billboard advertisement campaign against war with Iran. D.J. Schanz, a director for the Campaign for Liberty and the 10th Amendment Center in Utah and the founder of the Austrian Economics Society of Utah; Darcy Van Orden, national board member of the Republican Liberty Caucus and director of RLC Utah; and Connor Boyack, the most followed blogger in Utah ( and director of the 10th Amendment Center of Utah, have started a site to help support the campaign. Please visit Director of Operations Angela Keaton will be speaking at Freedom Law School’s 2012 Freedom Rally on March 16-19, 2012, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Irvine, Calif., along with Anthony Gregory, Butler Shaffer, and many others.


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  2. It is amazing to hear from President Obama, the leader of the world's most powerful nation in the world, to defy any logic and international law, and defend Israel and be in "lockstep" with her, violating all laws in attacking Iran. Israel is not faced with any threat from Iran (this cannot even be considered self-defense). Iran is the one faced with the threat to aggressive violation of its sovereignty by both Israel and the US. Read the editorial by WILLIAM H. LUERS and THOMAS R. PICKERING below which provides an easy blue print for further negotiation. Thanks

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