I am devastated to see my president chastise and actively, purposefully alienate Israel, while being so snowed by Iranian good tidings.
This is an important deal. This is a bad deal. The Senate should reject it.
Compromise is the essence of negotiation – and the deal as it stands represents surprising compromises by Iran.
The fundamental flaw of the Vienna nuclear deal is that it does not demand the regime to strictly comply with universal human rights.
Rejection of the agreement would open the way for Iran to expand its nuclear capacity and deny us the option for tougher inspections.
The right choice is for Congress to codify those sanctions in place immediately.
Americans seem largely detached from international challenges not named ISIS.
If Iran can clandestinely build 4 or 5 nuclear bombs, then that would dramatically change the balance of power to the benefit of the rulers of Iran.
Deterrence has been eroded by the administration’s eagerness to get across the finish line.
As China struggles to right its economic ship, we must not allow China to artificially suppress the value of the Yuan.