Alan Gross CubaBungling Agent Alan Gross Becomes Change Agent in Cuba

His story reads like a script from the old spy spoof “Get Smart”

By Lou Dubose

Part of the deal to normalize relations with Cuba was the release of Alan Gross, who has been portrayed as a victim of a repressive regime. In fact, in this story, there are no heroes. Only villains and a cabal of duped ideologues. And losers: U.S. taxpayers picking up the tab for USAID contractors on the make. And the Cuban people, for whom the American counterrevolution has been counterproductive.

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The Treachery of Boehner and Bibi

BIBI artCongress just might scuttle Obama's negiotiations with Iran

Sixty-five senators (53 Republicans and 12 Democrats) are expected to vote for an Iran sanctions bill. All Netanyahu has to do is swing two senators and the bill imposing “trigger sanctions” on Iran will pass the Senate by a veto-proof margin. There is little doubt that the House would pass a companion bill.

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Supreme_Court_US_2010Judging the Supreme Court

There is only one possible verdict

By Erwin Chemerinsky Read

Syria Cockburn CobbanA Primer on ISIS, Iraq, and Syria

The “war on terror” has demonstrably failed. Until the fall of Mosul, nobody paid much attention

By Helena Cobban Read

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Ignored is the truly revolutionary emergence of new media

By Marc Cooper Read

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