The peace plans and foreign policy moves of the past four years have not worked.
America’s excessively conciliatory position toward such a brutal regime is perhaps the deal’s most remarkable feature.
A cry for change gives the U.S. a window we can use to slow northern migration and help to bring stability to the region.
Neither the Saudis, the Kuwaitis, nor the United Arab Emirates or for that matter any of the other Persian Gulf states are too excited about the prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran.
The deal is a complete “win” for Iran, a country that sponsors terrorism.
The fact that a vast majority of Congress will reject the Iran nuclear deal next week means that those who support it will isolate themselves from Israel.
Obama appears to have miraculously brought together people of faith to denounce the catastrophic deal reached between the P5+1 and Iran.
Opponents to the agreement ignore the interconnectivity of the verification measures.
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.