By David Malcolm As protests continue to escalate in Iran, the vultures are beginning to circle. It is no secret that Iran has many enemies and the fall of its regime has been eagerly awaited and hoped for. The protests in Iran today have caught many by surprise and in
By David Malcolm Unrest has gripped Iran as anti-government protests have spread through major cities including the capital Tehran in the largest demonstrations since 2009. Other major cities such as Rasht, in the north, and Kermanshah, in the west, have seen large crowds of people gathered together with smaller protests in Isfahan
By Touché Another horrendously tragic earthquake has hit. This time the 7.3 quake shook the Iran/Iraq border. The preliminary numbers were modest to say the least. As time continued the true numbers were starting to become staggering. Official tells news agencies that Iran's death toll in powerful earthquake rises to 407.
By David Malcolm Dr. Samuel Johnson, creator of the first English Dictionary once remarked that the people of Southern Scotland knew as much as about their Highland neighbors as they did about New Zealand in that ‘They have heard a little and guess the rest.’ Iran and its recent nuclear
By Lynda Lamp It was a rough summer in America. Instead of playing we spent our days worrying. And we’re still worrying and watching as America’s international relationships with multiple countries fall into complete disarray, chaos and even threaten war. Sanctions Are Punishment The three countries the Trump Administration seems to have
By Michelle Scheeland Tensions are high as the Kurdish region of Northern Iraq took to the ballot boxes to vote for regional independence on September 25, 2017. The polls had an overwhelming response as over 5 million people, roughly 80% of the registered voters cast their ballots “yes” to independence.