What to do with lemons like Thomas Friedman

The world is not flat, but Thomas Friedman's latest proposal for peace very much is. Opting to either twist the facts or ignore them entirely, Friedman's proposal is riddled with holes and fallacies.

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June 23, 2011 20:54
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Thomas Friedman has a knack for garnering attention using provocative statements and inaccurate facts. His latest recipe for solving the Arab-Israeli conflict, penned for The New York Times and entitled “What to do with Lemons,” is a case in point.

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