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Written on Jan, 19, 2017 by in | Leave a comment
Terrorist and an explosion

How do we gauge the effectiveness of the Iran agreement without sitting on our hands and hoping not to see a mushroom cloud over Israel? Inspections, forecasting and heartfelt prayers, are about all we can do. As we found out in Part 1 of this series (available HERE), real inspections are not allowed under the Obama administration’s agreement with Iran. …

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Kerry & Obama

How could a deal be bad if it stops an America-hating ruthless regime from making nuclear weapons? It can’t be. When we have one, let me know.  Right now, the Iran nuclear agreement is a politically-motivated exchange of promises that allows Iran to keep much the nuclear weapons technology they have, continue nuclear weapons development, forces the American tax payers to pay …

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Ransom to Iran

The US agreed to pay Iran $1.7 billion.  In return, Iran agreed to release six Americans they have been holding prisoner.  This, of course, violates long-standing and bi-partisan policy not to pay ransoms, but it happened anyway.  This policy of not paying ransoms is designed to protect Americans all over the world from becoming a prime target with a massive …

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Written on Jun, 24, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

Kidnapped, exploited and beheaded. This was the excruciating experience for Diana Foley’s journalist son at the hands of Islamic State. The family suffered every minute of this lengthy horror and our government neglected the Foley family to the point of groveling. “We had to beg…They really didn’t have time for us.” It was last September that the grieving mother told ABC News of how difficult the government …

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