Netanyahu speech to Congress

Netanyahu warns Congress: Deal will lead to Iranian nuclear bomb

Stephen Collinson, CNN

"We have been told that no deal is better than a bad deal. Well this is a bad deal. It is a very bad deal. We are better off without it," Netanyahu said, building a case that Iran was not just bent on developing nuclear weapons but was determined to "gobble" up defenseless countries in a wider play for dominance in the Middle East.

Netanyahu knows we can't trust Iran

The Orange County Register

The Obama administration wants Israel and the American people to accept – on faith – that Iran will be more compliant with the long-term nuclear agreement it is negotiating with the United States and the other five world powers than it has been with the short-term nuclear pact agreed to in 2013, and which it already has violated.

The Real Message Prime Minister Netanyahu Will Deliver

Here's the question Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech to Congress will ask, no matter what words he says: Right now, because of your long range nuclear strike capability the United States is, whether you want the role or not, the dominant military power in the Middle East. Why would you give that role up to Iran to the detriment of your allies and your own national survival? Use this link to watch this important speech live online at 11:00 a.m. TODAY, March 3, 2015