I have such a difficult time with all the misinformation and propaganda surrounding Iran and any nuclear program that they may or may not be developing. It's impossible for an intellectually honest discussion to happen. And even when we have positive developments, members of the news corps are still fear mongering the great Iranian nuclear bogeyman:
Last Saturday—the same day the United States and Iran were having "constructive and useful" discussions on Iran's nuclear program in Istanbul, according to EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton -- the New York Times published a piece titled, "Seeking Nuclear Insight in Fog of the Ayatollah's Utterances," over the byline of James Risen.
The delegations of P5+1 countries and Iran, headed by political directors, gathered in Vienna Wednesday for another round of talks over Tehran's nuclear program as an end of June deadline looms.
The 47 Republican senators who wrote to Iranian leaders this month may have believed they were sabotaging the talks on a deal on Iran’s nuclear program, hoping it would exacerbate fears in Tehran that any such deal could be reversed...
US Secretary of State John Kerry held a rare meeting with his Iranian counterpart Sunday to discuss the next steps in resolving Western fears over Iran's contested nuclear program.
The P5+1 group of Russia, the United States, China, the United Kingdom, France and Germany, and Iran are working toward the end-of-June deadline to reach a final deal ensuring the peaceful nature of Tehran's nuclear energy program.