3rd Congressional District - Election Guide 2012
Maryland Senate - Election Guide 2012
Attack on Iran not yet justified
Iran's potential for developing a nuclear weapon is not so far advanced to justify an attack by U.S. or Israel
No good options for Iran
Are sanctions working to persuade Iran to give up its nuclear ambitions?
The secret wars
Congress is worried about leaks of classified information, but the bigger concern is the questions they raise about U.S. drone and cyber attacks.
Iran's nuclear genie is out of the bottle
Further negotiations with Tehran are pointless; instead, America should back the Iranian opposition
Overstated Iranian 'threat' puts U.S. on path to war
Maryland's congressional leaders should take a stand for peace
Is reelection driving Obama's Israel policy?
The Obama administration's stated rationale for opposing an Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear sites is weak; could domestic politics be the real reason?
Iran won't change its ways no matter how much pressure is applied
Iran won't give up its drive to build nuclear weapons no matter how much economic and diplomatic pressure is applied by the West
Israel signals it won't wait forever before attacking Iran's nuclear weapons installations
Nearing a decision on Iran
Discovery of WWII shells at state park spurs search
Military bomb disposal teams have detonated the vintage munitions. The Army Corps of Engineers is combing land records and military archives to determine how they got here. The Maryland Park Service has closed Newtowne Neck until further notice.
Can sanity return from exile when it comes to Iran?
Iran nuclear weapons: Robert Koehler worries that the world is hurtling recklessly toward war with Tehran
Five steps to isolate Iran without dooming the economy
Iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons and aggressive policies threaten regional security and the global economy.
Back the Iranian opposition
Iranian nuclear program: Stop calling MEK a terrorist group, and let Iranians transform their own country
Iran and the bomb
A nuclear-armed Iran would be an intolerable threat to peace and stability in the Mideast
A funding cut that endangers America
House's move to slash funds to fight nuclear terrorism is the height of irresponsibility
Mayors outspoken on U.S. nuclear buildup, too
Afghanistan is not the only foreign policy interest of the nation's mayors; a desire to shrink the nuclear arsenal is a priority, too