What was this deal Kerry made that would have prevented Iran from developing a nuclear weapon? Because it certainly couldn’t be the Iran deal.
Defense Secretary James Mattis squandered an opportunity to start molding a strategic doctrine that would focus on the goal of isolating political Islam.
Iran has captured two U.S. Navy vessels and at least 10 Navy personnel, according to multiple news reports. Meanwhile, John Kerry’s tweeting about cheese.
If the president ignores Congress and executes his Iran deal no matter what, it’s just going create an even bigger problem for Democrats.
According to a new poll from Monmouth University, Obama can’t even get majority support for his Iran deal from his own party.
Would Schumer have opposed the Iran deal if there were any legitimate shot at overriding President Obama’s veto of a motion disapproving the deal? Doubtful.
The rumored release of Jonathan Pollard, a convicted Israeli spy, has far more to do with Hillary Clinton than the Knesset.
Obama scolds Major Garrett for having the audacity to question his priorities on Iran. We’ll see who knows better.
President Obama is not an idiot. When he negotiates away U.S. security, he’s doing it on purpose.
Obama was willing to pay almost any price to get any agreement with Iran, and he gave them exactly what they wanted.
Wednesday’s deal shows the Obama administration has accepted a future with a nuclear Iran.
Progressives have accused GOP senators opposed to an Iran nuke deal of committing treason, but Ted Kennedy created the roadmap for treasonous meddling.
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