Joe Biden is busy destroying credibility with Middle East allies as well cozying up to a nuclear Iran, an al-Qaeda terrorism supporter.
Physicist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, head of Iran’s nuclear program, died under a mushroom cloud rising from the metal shards of what was once his car.
The first step to defending our future is to deny Iran its ballistic missile capability. And under no circumstances allow them to develop nuclear weapons.
A pre-emptive strike against Pyongyang would end the Kim regime and send the message that America will not tolerate being threatened by North Korea.
Americans should be concerned about Israel meddling in our domestic political conversation
Like it or not, war with Iran is inevitable, all wishful thinking and diplomatic overtures to the contrary. No paper agreement will stop Iran’s totalitarian ambitions than it did Hitler’s.
When viewed through the lens of reality, this deal places America and its’ allies in grave danger and will be seen as a historic mistake.
Presidents that follow Obama will need to sort out the chaos, and war, that will follow the Iran deal
President Obama, Raul Castor and Ayatollah Khamenei on the way to being Facebook friends
Not unlike President Obama and Iran, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain believed he had the ability to talk a madman into becoming peaceful using only the force of his personality.
Obama had a choice between war and dishonor. He chose dishonor. And, like it or not, America will have war.
America’s unhinged, lunatic left is beside itself over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s scheduled March 3rd speech before a joint session of Congress.
We are about three weeks away from the imposed deadline to reach a deal with Iran to halt their nuclear program.
Aiming towards 100% Clean Energy, California energy strategists urge state to go cold turkey on nukes and fossil fuels
The museum’s collection includes more than 12,000 artifacts; “Ground Zero Theater” simulates the detonation of an atomic bomb.
Shia Muslims across the globe have consistently insisted that they should not be associated with Iran just because Iran is a predominantly Shia country.
Despite the doubt and skepticism, there is strong reason to give the nuclear deal with Iran a chance.
Democrats broke over 200 years of tradition by unilaterally gutting the filibuster. When Republicans gain control, payback could be brutal.