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Negotiations between the US and Iran have never been more robust in the last 30 years than they are right now. So that would be why Krauthammer declared that Obama has given up on them altogether. It's the right-wing meme of the week: Obama will cave to Iran on nuclear power.
Except it's a lie.
I'm sure you're sick of me telling you to vote, but I am writing that for the people who might not regularly read what I write, but randomly land on an article I wrote. And I am hoping that by repeating myself over and over, there will not be a repeat performance of 2010.
Here's where things are right now.
Lifelong high achiever Maria Echaveste, a farmworkers kid shaped by Californias San Joaquin Valley, has now been tapped for her biggest job yet, as U. S. ambassador to Mexico.
Maria Echaveste (Courtesy of U. C. Berkeley School of Law)