Posts Tagged ‘Iran’

Breitbart News Oped: IRAN’S LEADERS LAUGH AT OBAMA’S ‘MILITARY OPTION’ TO ENFORCE NUCLEAR DEAL

September 7th, 2015

Did you hear the one about President Obama claiming the U.S. can use military force against Iran if it breaks the terms of its nuclear deal? Such a claim—from a U.S. President whose red lines have been drawn, crossed and erased and who has otherwise shown those seeking to do us harm they can do

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Breitbart News Oped: A BETTER IRAN NUKE DEAL POSSIBLE? YES AND NO

September 7th, 2015

Pressuring Congress as its September vote approaches, President Obama says it is pure folly to think a better nuclear agreement with Iran can be negotiated. He is absolutely right. This deal is the best we can do—unless a new team is fielded to renegotiate. We had tremendous leverage going into the negotiations due to tough

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Breitbart Oped: THE IRANIAN NUCLEAR DEAL VIEWED THROUGH THE EYES OF ISIS AND IRAN’S CHILDREN

September 7th, 2015

As Congress votes next month on whether to support the nuclear agreement Team Obama has negotiated with Iran, two assessments are necessary. One is content-oriented—looking to the four corners of the document to understand exactly what Iran is being allowed legally to do, as well as the impact it will have on our national security. Fully

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KERRY’S ANSWER TO IRAN DEAL QUESTION EXPOSES DANGEROUS MINDSET IN TEAM OBAMA

August 4th, 2015

A member of the President’s own party—in the course of questioning Secretary of State John Kerry during hearings on the Iran nuclear deal—has exposed a disturbing mindset among Obama’s minions. Kerry’s response to a very clearly stated question places this mindset on center stage. During a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing, Representative Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) presented

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HOW WE GOT INTO SUCH A BAD NUCLEAR DEAL WITH IRAN

August 3rd, 2015

Last week, Congress kicked off hearings for its 60-day review of President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran. Despite Administration assurances—given even before the agreement was concluded—Congress would have this review time, Obama rushed the deal to judgment at the U.N. to bind the U.S. internationally before congressional review could be undertaken. The chief negotiator of an

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THE FRIEND OF MY ENEMY IS MY ENEMY — UNLESS IT’S IRAN

August 3rd, 2015

While it is said the enemy of my enemy is my friend, what status then attaches to the friend of my enemy? If our enemy has a friend who opts to give him shelter and support as well as a mandate to do us harm, does not his friend qualify as our enemy? Apparently not

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FOR IRAN’S NUCLEAR INTENTIONS, LOOK TO ITS CONSTITUTION

June 26th, 2015

Only a few days remain before the June 30th  deadline for a comprehensive agreement between Washington and Tehran on the latter’s nuclear program is to be reached. The defining issue remains Iranian intentions. While U.S. negotiators have struggled with intelligence assessments to gain a clearer focus on this, a document stating those intentions, in the mullahs’

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THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF: OUR LAST, BEST HOPE TO STOP A BAD NUCLEAR DEAL WITH IRAN

June 18th, 2015

We are days away from the June 30th deadline by which the U.S. and Iran are to have finalized a comprehensive nuclear agreement. The framework agreement President Obama announced in early April ignored the mandate of six U.N. Security Council resolutions as well as his own promise to prevent Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons. Nonetheless, he

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With a Second Chance After 2009, Obama Again Fails to Do Right by the Iranian People

June 15th, 2015

Last February’s Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks proved a thriller. Behind 28-24 with 26 seconds left, the Seahawks had a first down on the Patriots one-yard line. With one of the best running backs in the league, the Seahawks were expected to run. Surprisingly, Seattle’s coach called for a pass

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US DENIES TREATY-BOUND DUTY TO PROTECT MARSHALL ISLANDS FROM IRAN

June 15th, 2015

While details remain sketchy about the incident, Iranian patrol craft forcibly stopped and boarded a merchant ship under flag of the Marshall Islands. The incident raises two questions—what triggered it and what, if any, responsibility the U.S. may have, under its treaty with the Marshall Islands, to respond to this act of Iranian aggression. What is known

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