All posts tagged "Iran Deal"

  • Politics
    Heck votes “NO” on Iran Deal Approval Bill

    (Greg Lemon) – WASHINGTON – Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03), on September 11, 2015, voted against H.R. 3461, a bill to Approve the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, signed at Vienna on July 14, 2015, relating to the nuclear program of Iran. Rep. Heck spoke on the House floor in opposition to the Iran...

  • Opinion
    Mitchell: Congress appears unable to block Iran deal … and that is troublesome

    (Thomas Mitchell) – On the day before the Sept. 11 anniversary of the attack on U.S. soil by...

  • Opinion
    Possible Pyrrhic Victories

    (Rich Galen, Mullings.com) – Two recent developments might lead to the dreaded unintended consequences: Pyrrhic victories. A Pyrrhic victory is defined by Wikipedia as a win that comes as such a high price that is tantamount to defeat. Pyrrhic victory number one. CNN has decided to change the rules as to which GOP...

  • Politics
    Rep. Joe Heck Statement on Iran Nuclear Deal

    (Greg Lemon) – LAS VEGAS — Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) today released the following statement regarding reports of the Iran nuclear deal receiving enough support from Senate Democrats to sustain a veto of the resolution of Congressional disapproval. “I have yet to hear a compelling argument for how this deal makes America...

  • Government
    The Iran Deal

    (Rich Galen, Mullings.com) – When the Congress comes back to work after Labor Day there will be a number of items on their to-do list. One that will generate a great deal of smoke and heat will be Congressional approval of the Iran deal. Officially it is known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan...

  • Opinion
    No Iranian Agreement

    An open letter to Senator Harry Reid (Robert Kessler) – Dear Senator Reid, on July 14, 2015, you said, concerning the Administration’s  agreement with Iran , “Now it is incumbent on Congress to review this agreement with the thoughtful, level-headed process an agreement of this magnitude deserves.” On August 12, 2015, the Las...

  • Politics
    Schumer deserves no credit for opposing Iran deal

    (Robert Romano, NetRightDaily.com) – Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) recently made headlines on August 6 when he announced his...

  • Politics
    If you disagree with Obama, you are a fool or a knave

    (Thomas Mitchell) – The Wall Street Journal’s Bret Stephens has aptly summed up Obama’s petulant speech defending his Iran nuclear deal: If you oppose it you are either a fool or a knave, no possibility of a rational alternative point of view. “And so before the ink was even dry on this deal...

  • Politics
    Hardy: Iran, Planned Parenthood, and more

    (Rep. Cresent Hardy) – July 25, 2015 — The news this week has not only been troubling...

  • Opinion
    What Iranian Nukes?

    (Robert Kessler) – Bay, I’m really glad that I’m not a Democrat. I just don’t know what I’d do. First, President Barack Obama and Secretary John Kerry both told Democrats in Congress that the Iranian deal was going to be good for the country. And good for Israel. No Iranian nukes for 10...

  • Politics
    Gingrich: John Kerry and Lies about Iran

    (Newt Gingrich) – Secretary of State John Kerry entered politics 45 years ago on a platform of opportunistic...

  • Politics
    Of Nevada delegation, only Harry stands with Obama on Iran deal

    (Thomas Mitchell) – Predictably, Nevada’s Washington delegation is toeing the party on Obama’s ill-advised Iran deal that has already been approved by the U.S. Security Council. Sen. Dean Heller was perhaps the most cautious on the GOP side. “I have some serious reservations regarding the deal reached on Iran’s nuclear program and will...

  • Politics
    Iran nuke deal is near total capitulation

    (Thomas Mitchell) – Obama’s deal with Iran not only allows the mullahs to immediately start spending $150 billion on conventional weapons to foment terror and unrest throughout the region and the world, but it hardly dampens their ability to develop nuclear weapons and even requires us to help them in some ways. The...

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