The mortal peril from Iran

"Any president of the United States fit for the office should someday, soon, say to the American people that in his judgment Iran—because of its longstanding and implacable push for nuclear weapons, its express hostility to the U.S., Israel and the West, and its record of barbarity and terror—must be deprived of the capacity to wound this country and its allies such as they have never been wounded before." Mark Halprin  at the WSJ makes makes a compelling case for neutralizing Iran's nuclear threat imminently, while it's still possible.. Read it all.