Yes, Benjamin Netanyahu is coming to address Congress – the entire event having been arranged behind the President Obama’s back. His goal: Sabotaging the peace talks now going on that could prevent war between the US and Iran.

Netanyahu does indeed have more influence on the vital question of war and peace than you do – but that’s only because Americans stay silent while the War Party loudly makes its case.

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