Tom Maertens

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Served as Deputy Coordinator for Counterterrorism, U.S. Dept of State, on 9/11; Previously served as White House NSC Director under George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. More complete bio available on www.tommaertens.com

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Occupation: retired Foreign Service officer, adjunct university instructor
Expertise: foreign policy, diplomacy, terrorism, WMD, proliferation, nuclear issues, science issues, arms control, technology
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Tom reviewed this story - Apr 4, 2010
Tom's Rating
3.2

Either David Petraeus is among the greatest generals we have ever produced, or Mark Bowden is in the tank for Petraeus. Given Bowden's record, including Blackhawk Down and numerous middle of the road interviews I've seen, I'm inclined to give him the benefit of the doubt. What makes one skeptical is the manner in which Bowden portrays the "bad guys" -- anybody who criticized or doubted Petraeus. "The last thing they [the Democrats] wanted to hear was that things were looking up—that President George W. Bush’s so-called surge was working." How about..."The last thing they were prepared to believe was another Bush administration spokesman saying, 'we are making progress.'" Or this one: "You could almost hear the trap ... More »

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Tom reviewed this story - May 23, 2009
Tom's Rating
3.8

Ignatius points to some worthwhile insights about terrorism in this piece, including the observation that when fighting a political war, public opinion -- make that world opinion -- is important. He is probably correct in stating that this MAY be a long war. It certainly would be a long war under Bush, but Obama's election is a game changer, especially in the ME. Attacking Obama's America won't make Jihadis the same kind of local hero that attacking Bush's America did. As for the efficacy of torture, Ignatius ignores the costs of false confessions extracted under torture, which sent the FBI and CIA on hundreds of wild goose chases. The most egregious example of a costly false confession is that of ibn al-shaykh al-Libi, ... More »

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Tom reviewed this story - Dec 27, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.6

Krauthammer is going against (conservative) type here by advocating a large increase in the gas tax, but then offsetting it by lowering the payroll tax an equivalent amount. The idea is clever, and has the benefit of making the payroll tax more progressive while encouraging energy conservation. That in turn will lower the price of crude and the financial windfall that accrues to exporting nations, some of whom -- Krauthammer would say, many of whom -- do not wish us well. While Krauthammer emphasizes the geopolitical advantages of conserving oil, he goes very lightly over the fact that world oil production either has peaked or is about to peak. A post-petroleum world is likely to be very nasty; anything we can do to ... More »

A tax at the pump is the most efficient way to achieve conservation but should be combined with a broader program of conservation and transition to a post-petroleum world.

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Tom reviewed this story - Dec 13, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.4

Stiglitz is one of the best around, from his analysis of the 'true cost' of the Iraq debacle to this penetrating analysis of the causes of the current economic meltdown. He resolutely -- here and elsewhere -- debunks the favorite Republican paradigm, that there is a free lunch somewhere out there, if only taxes are cut enough. Unfortunately, the country will take years, maybe decades, to work its way out of the current mess, which was exacerbated by the "deficits don't matter" idiocy of the Bush/Cheney cabal.

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Tom reviewed this story - Nov 13, 2008
Tom's Rating
3.7

Hitch is always fun to read even when he is totally full of shit. He's the quintessential contrarian and a master of the snark, which is worth the price of admission right there. His perspective is always unique and usually he has some historical facts to back up his story, as well. This is however a guy who has gone from far left to far right and then who knows where. He can't figure out from day to day what he really believes...although he has consistently supported the occupation of Iraq, possibly because of his skeptical view of religion, theocracies and Islam in particularly. In this piece, he makes some interesting points about Obama's election but then swerves off into the same unwarranted certainty that we ... More »

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 28, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.0

This is a good explanation of how journalists attempt to report "objectively" on both sides of the debate. Few journalists can resist reporting on the "horse race" aspects of the campaign, or avoid the tendency to get caught up in the dynamics, but the greater problem is the "false balance" that many journalists fall for. The classic example is reporting that some believe the earth is round, others believe it is flat. We report, you decide. What is missing from this article is the journalists' general revulsion at the sleazy, deceptive campaigns run by the Republican party, starting with Lee Atwater's dirty tricks under Richard Nixon. His protege Karl Rove continued the practice and John McCain has done more of the ... More »

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 26, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.9

The fact checkers have a hard time keeping up with the misinformation and disinformation spread by the McCain campaign and their surrogates, but this article tries. The facts closely correspond to the information provided by non-partisan sources such as the Center for Tax Policy. The McCain campaign will no doubt continue to scare people as much as they can. They are at a serious disadvantage, however, because the Obama campaign has more money with which to correct the record.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 17, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.4

Jim Lobe has kept up with the story over the years, for all the good it has done. The U.S. spends more on national security than the rest of the world combined...and the Neocons would like to spend more. DOD has a constituency on Capitol Hill, in part because of the Neocons running the country, and in part because DOD spends money around the country...in every Congressional district. State, on the other hand, has no constituency on the Hill to speak of and spends most of its money overseas. Furthermore, the nature of diplomacy is to seek common ground through compromise. That has a bad odor under the Neocons, among which number I count John McCain. So the story is all true. The only prospect for State retaking ... More »

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 12, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.0

The article gives a factual recounting of the recent problems the McCain campaign has had with rapid followers at rallies, many of them apparently whipped up by Sarah Palin. The interpretive part -- that Palin is setting herself up for 2012 -- seems well-founded, although nobody in the Palin camp is likely to confirm that. What the article doesn't mention is the baggage following Palin out of Alaska, including the so-called "Troopergate" report recently. By the time this campaign is over, Palin's reputation in Alaska may be entirely different than it is today.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 6, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.5

This is a very careful, well-considered evaluation of the two candidates, and well-written to boot. McCain supporters won't agree with the bottom line, but as the campaign has gone on, even staunch conservatives have recognized that McCain is erratic and lacks a presidential temperament. His most cynical and desperate move was his appointment of Sarah Palin as his number two without, apparently, even the most cursory of vetting. In contrast, as even that hard-line neocon Charles Krauthammer noted, Obama has a first-class intelligence and a first-class temperament. McCain has neither, as the New Yorker pointed out.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 5, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.1

The article punctures the myths that McCain has developed over the years based primarily on his loyal following among the press. It reports accurately the facts of McCain's background, some of which have been misstated or obscured by campaign spin and the McCain family media management. For example most people don't know that McCain cooperated with North Vietnam's anti-US propaganda campaign, and may would actively deny that he had done so. Cindy McCain has also gotten a free pass from the press, which long repeated her (false) assertion that Mother Teresa urged her to adopt her Bangladeshi daughter, and used a double standard in its treatment of her theft of drugs from a charity she supported. Had a single black mother done ... More »

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 5, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.9

This story presents unique information gathered through the Economist's resources. The views and political preferences of the respondents are identified, and the case for (and against) both candidates' economic policies are well presented. At the same time, anyone who has followed the economic debate might well have arrived at the conclusions this survey describes based on the disastrous policies followed by George Bush, which are essentially the same that McCain advocates.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.6

McClatchey has a reputation for getting it right about Iraq and about the abuses of power by the Bush Administration. They are right about this story as well, for all the difference it makes.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.6

Glenn Greenwald is one of the best bloggers/journalists around, with a broad perspective and a thorough knowledge of the facts before he begins writing. He almost always gets it right...and he does again this time.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
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4.0

One more McCain ad, one more blizzard of factual misstatements and outright lies. FactCheck.org is one of only a handful of non-partisan fact police, and generally ignored by the public. The MSM occasionally quotes them but it doesn't seem to make much different. Many voters seem to make decisions based on some emotional connection, and once they've decided, they don't want to hear any criticism of their choice, which can cause cognitive dissonance.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.7

This article pulls together the checkered history of John McCain and his notorious temper. Some of this material came from a list compiled by Mitt Romney's campaign and released earlier this year. McClatchy included the McCain campaign's responses to the charges, and not unexpectedly, they discount the claims. When a senator of one's own party (Thad Cochran) openly attacks a colleague for his temper, go with the charges and not the denials.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.0

The Republicans are claiming that Palin is ready to be president from day one, she just isn't ready to meet the press, unless of course they treat here with "respect and deference." In short, don't ask any hard questions. Selecting a pin-up girl for running mate, with zero international experience and zero national experience, is consistent with the McCain campaign's statement that this election is not about issues. Marshall has it right, however much the Republican faithful might protest.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
3.0

Any story that makes as many generalizations as this one, with little in the way of supporting evidence, must be read with caution. The author's claims about evangelicals moving in this or that direction, no longer supporting this or that, and so on, may be true. But it is almost equally plausible that the opposite is true. The author has only marginal evidence to support her assertions.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.0

A story that quotes Jeffrey Toobin, one of the best analysts on TV, cannot be wholly bad. And in fact, this piece presents a generally balanced account of what occurred that night, or as Gertrude Stein once said of Oakland, there was no there there. The bio pieces were amusing however, including the part where the handsome swabbie John McCain met the beautiful wealthy debutante at a cocktail party and they immediately fell in love and got married. The only fly in the ointment was that McCain was already married when this whirlwind courtship occurred. But I guess they wouldn't want reality to intrude on this fantasy.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.2

The McCain campaign has now begun an all-out assault on the press for questioning Sarah Palin's bona fides, which include no national experience and no international experience. If you can't argue the facts, attack the messenger. The story accurately recounts what occurred, providing video footage for skeptics, and quoted both sides in the debate. The McCain campaign's response has been similar to the Bush adminstration's practice: retaliate against the offending outlet.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.5

The St. Petersburg Times has built a good reputation and widespread readership as a result of its fact-checking operation. It gets quoted on the cable news networks regularly, and its representatives are frequently interviewed on opinion shows. This piece does an excellent job of reporting the facts and then explaining the background to the vote that resulted in the first Gulf War. Too bad there aren't more such operations.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.0

Max Blumenthal is a terrier, or perhaps, a bulldog, who follows politicians with his camera and asks hard questions. That practice has gotten him thrown out of more than one political meeting, and angered many conservatives, who are usually not amused. In this case, Blumenthal lets the camera run while attendees at the convention explain their opposition to sex education, and Roy Blunt puts the most favorable spin on the issue he can.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.0

The Washington Post and other mainstream journals continue to dig into Palin's past, and it turns out, things are not necessarily as the McCain campaign has represented them. One telling quote from this piece is that Palin has been "working in the best interests of Alaska, working within the confines of the current system." This is an argument that any politician who brings home the pork can make and hardly justifies the assertion that Palin is a reformer who will change the earmark system and do away with the old boy network. If McCain thought that Palin's designation was a game-changer, he may yet be proven right: she may change the dynamics irreversibly in favor of Obama.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
1.5

Wherever John Hinderaker goes, his famous quote from the past will follow him: "It must be very strange to be President Bush. A man of extraordinary vision and brilliance approaching to genius, he can't get anyone to notice. He is like a great painter or musician who is ahead of his time, and who unveils one masterpiece after another to a reception that, when not bored, is hostile."—John Hinderaker, Power Line Blog, July 28, 2005. So here we have a puff piece by Hinderaker and his partner, Scott Johnson, trying to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. In doing so, he repeats all the Republican talking points except the funniest one, from Cindy McCain and Steve Doocy on Fox News. Here's the exchange on ABC's This Week: ... More »

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.0

This is factually unimpeachable but hardly news by now...with one exception: the mention that PBS's 3.5 million viewers were not part of the Nielsen survey. The reaction of both Democrats and Republicans has been reported elsewhere as well. The Monitor has a reputation for being non-partisan and balanced. This piece reflects that fact.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.1

Campaign workers campaigning is a regular story at election time, and this is one of the better ones. Partisan ideologues frequently forget that not every pair of ears listening to their exchanges has the same bent. In addition, they might think they are impressing some important outsider with their political wisdom and insight. It sounds as though Lizza simply recorded the byplay of Bounds and Goldfard and let them indict themselves. Good journalism.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.0

A well-balanced article that conveys reasons why -- and perhaps why not -- the Republican party may disappear. For the most part, it is now a southern regional party, although the article doesn't note that, consisting of anti-integrationists who fly other flags of convenience. The Bush crowd appealed to them and to right-wing Christians with promises of a free lunch for all and standing firm on the culture wars. The Bush tax cuts proved to be a free lunch for the wealthy at the expense of future generations, the evangelicals got nothing but words and two Supreme Court justices, and the entire country got a war waged under false pretenses. The small government promise was a charade, as the gov't grew almost twice as fast under ... More »

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
3.5

Cornwell has put together an insightful, balanced analysis of what Obama has done on the campaign trail, and what lies ahead. His bottom line is also right: Obama is an extraordinarily talented politician who may be more cerebral than Americans are used to seeing, and second, whether he hits one out of the park or not, the deciding factor will boil down to whether racism will determine the final outcome.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
2.6

This is opinion journalism and Dickerson sorta gets it, but not quite. The purpose of Michelle Obama's speech was to counteract the viral e-mails that misrepresent her background, her thesis and her statements. The most famous one was when she said that this was the first time she was REALLY proud of her country. The critics usually leave out the "really," which changes the statement. The idea was to show that the Obama's are the Huxtables, not some angry black racists who are secretly plotting a war on white America. Judged in those terms, the speech was a success, even though Dickerson seems unaware that the euphemistically-named "low-information voters" might be reluctant to vote for a (partially) black family.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.0

The piece presents the story informatively, using footage of McCain himself and of the other protagonists of the press. While accurate as far as it goes, the press -- even a blog such as TPM -- has trouble labelling double talk and outright lies for what they are. That will get them branded as partisan by the right wing, which of course is the source of most of the partisan smears. The MSM then feels compelled to replay the charges from Fox News et al as if there were substance to them. So it's a vicious circle; the organizations that propagate the double talk gin up the false outrage when others point out the obvious, cowing the MSM into compliance.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
5.0

A terrific story, right up Scientific American's alley. Makes good sense when you think about it, although the article is right, that most people seem unaware how important the sense of smell is in their daily lives. Older people who lose their ability to smell find that they have also lost their ability to taste most foods. Bet they find those sex pheromones in humans, as well....

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.5

The quasi-state funeral accorded to Russert was another self-aggrandizing promotion by the MSM, couched as an elegy to Russert. He was a decent journalist, but got manipulated by Cheney among others, and helped make a celebrity out of John McCain, having him on MTP more than twice as often as any other politician, even though McCain was not in the leadership of the Senate or the GOP at any (previous) point in his career. The lamentations went on for three long days as one main-stream mourner after another eulogized Russert, and by implication, shared in the glory that was supposedly reflected off him. Nobody seemed to point out that Russert, like most of the rest of the MSM, aided and abetted the administration's march to war ... More »

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.9

You don't always expect high-quality journalism from a writer at an obscure alternative publication in Moscow, like the eXile, but Ames -- and before him, Matt Taibbi -- used that publication as a platform to move on in the world of journalism. This story reflects a deeper understanding of the checkered history between Russia, Georgia and Ossetia than the knee-jerk belligerence of McCain and the Neocons. Most Americans probably couldn't locate Tbilisi on the map, and likely think the Georgian capital is really Atlanta. But that won't stop the Neocons from pushing their aggressive agenda, in Russia and elsewhere.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
3.8

The hotlinks in this brief article tell the story, but the facts are now being reported on CNN and elsewhere: two-thirds of U.S. corporations don't pay federal corporate taxes. The information has been on the public record for some time but occasionally resurfaces and then disappears below the radar again for a while before Congress actually does anything about it. One of the more notorious tax evaders has been Dick Cheney's old company Halliburton, which has offices in over 40 tax havens and hasn't paid taxes in the U.S. for over a decade, even though its corporate headquarters are in the U.S.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.0

The article reports on the changing dynamics with respect to guaranteed health care. Obama's plan appears to be less inclusive than the Clinton plan; now activistis seem to be pushing successfully for something closer to Clinton's plan. A single-payer plan, while successful in much of the developed world, faces tremendous resistance in this country from the insurance companies. Even the Republicans are nominally on board with a national health care plan, even though McCain's plan sounds very much like the existing system.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.5

Horton has done an excellent job of recounting the history of the Bush administration's politicization of the Justice Dept. There are any number of additional facts that could be cited, but this is a blog piece, not a novel. The open question is whether Rove and others will pay any price at all for what they've done. Mukasey obviously won't enforce the law, and the Democrats seem unwilling (except for Henry Waxman and John Conyers) to take any serious measures to hold the Bush administration accountable. Among other things, the House Dems control the budget and haven't made the slightest effort to use the power of the purse to enforce their subpoenas.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.5

This is an excellent review of a book that most other reviewers also consider excellent. Mayer herself has apparently filled in chapter and verse to the sordid history of torture and the violation of civil liberties perpetrated by the Bush administration. Over time, it has become clear that Dick Cheney is the real "decider" when it comes to detainees and forcible interrogation, with David Addington as his chief henchman. It was Cheney who termed the Guantanamo detainees "the worst of the worst." Yet two thirds of those detainees have been released, the victims of a bounty system the U.S. deployed in Afghanistan that resulted in numerous innocent people being turned in for the money. As Colin Powell once noted, the oldest ... More »

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.6

The NYT has picked up the story of McCain's switch to negative campaiging, reported in several other pubs, and carried it further, with greater elaboration and more sources, including Republican sources. It is stories like this one that fashion the campaign narrative and supply what is becoming conventional wisdom: McCain is desperate and can't win unless he can destroy Obama. The pattern of the McCain campaign is now established: attack Obama, and then when his campaign responds, feign outrage over the response. The question is whether Americans will buy another negative campaign, a la Lee Atwater, Newt Gingrich and Karl Rove.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.8

This piece adds considerable information to the public record on the role of Neocons in McCain's campaign. Other stories, including in the NYT, point to the fact that Neocons dominate the McCain foreign policy team, as noted by Roth. Roth notes that the Neocons have been consistently wrong, which of course doesn't mean they won't charge ahead with their plan to attack Iran. It was after all the Republicans who ran in 2004 as the stronger party on national security, even though they were putatively in charge when we were attacked in 2001.

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Tom reviewed this story - Oct 1, 2008
Tom's Rating
4.9

This is first-rate journalism, and a story that could never appear in the U.S. press. AIPAC and the Israel-first lobby would set up a howl that would portray the writer as anti-Semitic and -- as has happened in the U.S., agitate for his firing. However much the lame-duck Bush administration tries to push the story line that the peace process is working, Bush has been totally captured by Cheney and "the JINSA crowd," as Colin Powell used to say. Their goal is to stall for time so that the settlement process will virtually eliminate any possibility of a contiguous Palestinian state on the West Bank, and they are succeeding. Steele knows the facts on the ground and described the situation accurately, although most Americans will ... More »

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