#47Patriots

Sen. Cotton: Why we wrote the letter to Iran

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR)

The Obama administration has so far completely bypassed Congress in its negotiations with Iran. It appears the deal President Obama is negotiating with Iran will not be a good one. In fact, if reports are correct, it will be a bad one that will ultimately allow Iran to continue its nuclear program and ultimately develop a nuclear weapon. Our constituents elected us to the Senate, in part, to protect them from bad agreements like this and to help ensure their safety and security. And that is what we intend to do.

Kerry to GOP Senate: you cannot modify Iran-U.S. nuclear deal

Lesley Wroughton, Reuters

Secretary of State John Kerry told Republicans who control Congress on Wednesday they would not be able to modify any nuclear agreement struck between the United States and Iran. But Sen. Rand Paul told Kerry that any deal would need approval by Congress if it affected U.S. sanctions against Iran.

CONSERVATIVE ACTION ALERT: Secure America Now Features CHQ #47Patriots In Social Media Campaign

Secure America Now has launched a new social media campaign featuring the article #47Patriots by CHQ Editor George Rasley. The campaign, in support of the 47 Republican Senators who wrote an open letter to Iran's leaders, is intended to built grassroots support for the the 47 who are being attacked mercilessly in the media for opposing an agreement that puts Iran on course to build a nuclear weapon, and is being negotiated in secret in flagrant violation of ARTICLE II, SECTION 2, CLAUSE 2 of the Constitution that requires the President to submit treaties to the Senate for its advise and consent. We urge you to support Sen. Tom Cotton and the rest of the patriots who oppose the radical Islamists of Iran obtaining a nuclear weapon by using the hashtag #47Patriots in social media, letters to the editor and calls to talk radio to educate your fellow Americans about the existential danger a nuclear armed radical Islamist Iran poses to America and the West.