It seems only the U.S. Senate can rescue (Judeo-Christian) Western Civilization from Obama’s perfidy.
Tehran is so knee-deep in mud that, even if the sanctions are lifted, it will require a great deal of reengineering and modernization of the country’s infrastructure to pull them out.
Saudi officials appear to be gambling with an empty nuclear hand to put pressure on Washington for enhanced support.
The deal is too short to be thorough and too convoluted to achieve clarity.
For Syrians, Assad’s attacks are at least as devastating and enraging as ISIS’s horrifying stunt-killings—and possibly more so.
We should not buy into this false narrative or mullahs’ myth of moderation.
It is critical for lawmakers to understand there will be serious consequences for rejecting the Iran deal.
With the exception of its involvement in Iraq, Iran does not have a proven record in countering ISIS.
Surveys also suggest that the more people learn about the Iran deal, the less they like it.
Despite all the controversies, the deal offers a great opportunity for the international community to cap Iran’s nuclear ambition.