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  • Iran deal deadline June 30, Obama administration works on in spite of Congress
    Iran deal deadline June 30, Obama administration works on in spite of Congress
    On April 20, it was reported that White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the "crux" of the next 10 weeks of negotiations would be bargaining over "what steps do they have to start taking in order to start receiving some of...
  • USS Theodore Roosevelt
    A naval battle with Iran off Yemen could scuttle the nuclear arms deal
    As Hot Air noted on Monday, Iran and the United States may be headed for a naval battle off the shores of Yemen. That prospect added to the impending sale of Russian made S-300 surface to air missiles to protect the nuclear bomb program Iran...
  • Get Congress in order before it blows the deal with Iran
    Get Congress in order before it blows deal with Iran
    If the United States of America, at this time, had a Congress whether Republican led or Democrat led that operated not out of ill-conceived notions or tendencies, nor prejudices, greed, ambition, personal idiosyncrasies---then maybe we could take...
  • Nicolas Maduro, during a visit to China to seek financial assistance.
    The strategic alliance of Iran, China, and Russia in Latin America
    Washington D.C. – It is no secret that the in the present-day China and Russia enjoy a significant amount of influence in Latin America. Likewise Iran has strong friendships that continue to be nurtured with the building of religious centers...
  • Russia sells missiles to Iran; Israel, U.S. are skeptical
    Russia sells missiles to Iran; Israel, U.S. are skeptical
    On Monday, April 13, Russian President Vladimir Putin lifted a 2010 ban on missile sales to Iran. The announcement comes less than two weeks after “Iran reached a framework agreement with world powers, including Russia and the United States,...
  • Unhappy with Congressional oversight
    Like it or not, Congress needs to review the Iran deal
    Obama doesn't want Congressional review. A free-range Obama in matters of foreign policy is too much to accept for a wary Congress. In something as sensitive as a nuclear deal with Iran, Congress must be included and should have been on board...
  •  Iran-U.S. nuclear deal must be kept real but not partisan
    Iran-U.S. nuclear deal must be kept real but not partisan
    Getting to the heart of the matter regarding the pending Iranian nuclear deal----what should we expect and/or what should we want as the United States of America, leader of the free world. To begin with, no deceptive thoughts and actions, both...
  • Launch
    Putin ups the ante; OKs advanced missile system for Iran's ayatollahs
    In what's being seen as both a military game changer as well as a Russian thumb poked directly in Barack Obama's eye, Russian strongman Vladimir Putin has authorized the sale of an unknown number of batteries of one of the most advanced...
  •  U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R) (R-KY) listens to his father Texas Congressman and Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul speak at a campaign stop August 10, 2011 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
    Ron Paul makes trouble for Rand Paul over Iranian nuclear weapons
    Sen. Rand Paul’s campaign for the presidency is not more than a few days old and already his mercurial father, former Rep. Ron Paul, himself a former presidential candidate, is starting to make trouble for his son. According to a Saturday...
  • Rand Paul had a bumpy campaign start filled with disagreements with journalists
    Rand Paul announces 2016 presidential bid then bumpy combative campaign start
    Kentucky Senator Rand Paul announced on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 that he is throwing his hat into the ring, and he win run for president in 2016 and the Republican nomination. After a successful launch announcing his presidential campaign first his...
  • Saudis air strike in Yemen
    To understand Yemen, ask the New York Times
    Boots-on-the ground journalists and a heavyweight analytical team makes it possible for the New York Times to cover the situation in Yemen as perhaps no other news corporation is able.As reported here before by the National Politics Examiner,...
  • Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
    Iran's 'supreme leader' sees the handwriting
    All through the negotiating process, all sides have expressed awareness of what a hard sell the outcome would be for their respective governments to accept the terms. First, there is the entire notion of free-world nations negotiating with a...
  • Rand Paul was for a nuclear Iran before he was against it
    Rand Paul was for a nuclear Iran before he was against it
    The media is already hammering Sen. Rand Paul because he allegedly gets testy with reporters, especially female ones. But, as the Washington Examiner pointed out on Thursday, his big problem is his “evolving” views on foreign policy,...
  • Cheney
    Dick Cheney opines on America's worst president
    Former Vice President Dick Cheney spoke his opinion on the current administration. Cheney’s opinions arose during a radio talk show hosted by Hugh Hewitt. Politico reports that Cheney’s opening comments concluded that the president...
  • Fundamental misunderstandings about American government
    Fundamental misunderstandings about American government
    Stand by for corrections in misunderstandings between the executive and legislative branches of government. One would think they might know better.If you cannot trust a Constitutional lawyer to know how the U.S. government is intended to work,...
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