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Obama's hidden Iran deal giveaway

by JOSH MEYER April 26, 2017

By dropping charges against major arms targets, the administration infuriated Justice Department officials — and undermined its own counterproliferation task forces.

Facing The Budget

by HERBERT LONDON April 24, 2017

Each year legislators sharpen their knives, consider key constituent needs and meet to pass a budget. This year isn’t very different except that when the Republicans could not unify to replace the Affordable Care Act, unexpected questions about the party emerged.

China - Paper Tiger or Fire Breathing Dragon

by DARLENE CASELLA April 17, 2017

The meeting between President Trump and Premier Xi has Pundits scratching their heads about inscrutable outcomes.

Syria tops Tillerson's agenda for first official visit

by DR. PETER BROOKES April 17, 2017

Naturally, the Russians aren’t happy at the American slap at its ally, in the form of U.S. warships raining down Tomahawk cruise missiles on the regime’s air force after Damascus’ criminal gassing last week of its own people with the chemical weapon, sarin.

U.N.'s Anti-Israel Bias -- Can It Get Worse?


On March 24, the United Nations’ top human rights body, the U.N. Human Rights Council (UNHRC), declared Israel the world’s worst human-rights violator.

Eleven Weeks In

by TOM MCLAUGHLIN April 13, 2017

Trump let the world know last week that he’s not Barack Obama, and that’s worth something. He’s not a wuss and he’s not predictable.

Just Who Was the Russian Agent After All?

by ACCURACY IN MEDIA April 12, 2017

The U.S. strike on a Syrian air base not only demonstrates that Trump will take decisive action against a Russian client state, but that his predecessor, President Obama, is the real Russian dupe, for making an admittedly flawed agreement with Russia that allowed Syria to keep (and use) some of its chemical weapons.

How to Oust Assad (If We Decide To)

by N. M. GUARIGLIA April 12, 2017

It would require cooperation from Russia.

Defying the Conscience of the World

by JUSTIN O. SMITH April 11, 2017

Making the only moral choice and protecting the U.S. vital interests, President Trump ordered the first direct U.S. attack on Syria in six years, in response to Syrian President Assad's use of a sarin gas nerve-agent on his own people and the images of little children dying and foaming at the mouth, on April 6th.

Syrian attacks: Lessons and repercussions

by BARRY SHAW April 10, 2017

On April 5, the same day as the Syrian chemical attack against civilians in the Khan Sheikhoun district of Idlib, the Syrian delegate to the United Nations Disarmament Commission accused Israel of “intolerable and immoral” practices of introducing “nuclear terrorism, chemical, biological and radioactive terrorism” into the region.

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