The Tyranny of Words — Bruce Barton on Aggression (1951)

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The semantics of human aggression assessed by famed ad executive and former Republican Congressman Bruce Barton in his Oct. 1951 column, “The Tyranny of Words”.
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The Shooting of Iran Air Flight 655 by the USS Vincennes (July 3, 1988)

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July 3, 1988: The U.S. Navy warship Vincennes shoots down Iran Air Flight 655 over the Persian Gulf, killing all 290 passengers. The United States claimed it was an accident, yet President Ronald Reagan awarded the crew with medals.

National Review’s Josh Gelernter Gets Schooled On Iran (OOPS!)

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National Review’s smugly rewritten “history lesson” by Josh Gelernter countering the accepted narrative about the 1953 coup in Iran, the Shah and Mossadegh was so flimsy, even they had to concede fault after we corrected them.

Jill Stein Blasts U.S. Foreign Policy, 1953 Coup in Iran

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Jill Stein of the Green Party was one of three 2016 Presidential candidates to conjure up Premier Mohammad Mossadegh and the “tyrannical regime” that replaced him. Though most Americans think an authoritarian state “can’t happen here”, with the rise of Donald Trump, that assumption is now being tested in a major way… Jill Stein Blasts U.S. Foreign Policy, 1953 Coup in Iran

Barack Obama: U.S. Overthrew A Democratically Elected Iranian Government

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In 2009, Barack Obama became the first sitting U.S. President to acknowledge the 1953 coup in Iran. In his eight years in office, Obama brought up the matter three more times, including a speech at the U.N. General Assembly.