nuclear weapons

GOP Sen. Corker’s Treason Gets Worse – Iran’s Nuclear Missile Program

Republican Senator Robert Corker of Tennessee has betrayed American interests and the interests of our allies in the greater Middle East. From Israel, to Saudi Arabia, to India no nation now within the range of Iran’s fast growing missile technology is secure from the threat of a nuclear armed Islamist Iran. And make no mistake – the combination of Iran’s expansionist Islamism and nuclear weapons technology is an existential threat to Western values and civilization.

U.S.-South Korea Alliance Treats Pentagon as Department of Foreign Welfare

The reason Washington accounts for more than 40 percent of the globe’s military spending is that Americans must pay an exorbitant price to project power far from the U.S. even when they have no vital interests at stake. But South Korea, like Japan and Europe, likes having American taxpayers pick up a big chunk of its defense tab.

Tea Party Patriots Back 'A Call to Action' to end the Iran Deal

Robert Wilde, Breitbart

Wednesday’s rally proved that the tea party movement is alive and well. Conservative radio show host Mark Levin, presidential candidates Donald Trump and Senator Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Glen Beck, Sarah Palin and another 25 congressman joined the rally as inspirational speakers for the event. There is much more to do.

Is the Obama – Corker Iran Nuclear Weapons Deal Falling Apart?

If Speaker Boehner and the other “leaders” of the House Republican Conference do not support Rep. Peter Roskam’s resolution it will prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that they have been in on this scam from the beginning and they never had any intention of actually giving Obama’s nuclear weapons agreement with Iran the kind of careful review it merits.

Senator Bob Corker Insults the Memory of 9/11 Victims & Middle East Vets

No matter what he says this Friday, Bob Corker’s shameless surrender of the Senate’s power to consent to treaties and his present phony opposition to the nuclear weapons agreement with Iran dishonors the victims of 9/11 and the thousands of Americans who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan and lost their lives in the battle with Islamists.

Bandow: Pyongyang Remembers Libya

It never was likely that North Korea would yield up its nuclear weapons. But the Obama administration’s Libyan misadventure makes that prospect even less likely.

This is Big: Trump, Cruz to Hold Joint Event to Defeat Iran Deal

The great – and most important message of a Trump – Cruz media event on the Iran nuclear weapons deal isn’t that two Republican presidential candidates are against it; it is that the two populist conservative message carriers are going to get together to let the American people know that we have been betrayed by Obama and the Capitol Hill Republican leadership.

A Proposal for Tough U.S. - China Cooperation On North Korea

Official Beijing’s unhappiness with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is evident, though China continues to bankroll the Kim Jong-un regime. It’s a position some Chinese would like to change, including a scholar in Shenyang, just a couple hours away from the North Korea - China border.

U.S. Should Say No When North Korea Comes Begging

Pyongyang has tended to take the money and ignore its promises to behave better. In fact, in early 2012 the North almost immediately violated a new agreement negotiated by Obama trading aid for nuclear restraint with a new rocket launch. Today the Kim regime is unlikely to abandon its core interests—preserving domestic power and international security—for a little extra food.

CHQ Endorsed Rep. Ron DeSantis: Congress Must Reject the Iran Deal

CHQ endorsed Congressman and U.S. Senate candidate Ron DeSantis (R-FL) called for Congress to reject the Iran Deal in an OpEd that appeared in Time Magazine. In the OpEd, DeSantis cited the fact that the Iran Deal would provide Iran with $150 billion in unfrozen assets and Iran’s history as the world’s biggest state sponsor of terrorism as reasons to reject the deal. The OpEd was co-written with Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton, who like Ron DeSantis served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and was also endorsed by CHQ.

The Syria Sham and the Iran Deal

Bret Stephens, The Wall Street Journal

Note the Journal’s Adam Entous and Naftali Bendavid in a deeply reported July 23 exposé that reveals as much about the sham disarmament process in Syria as it foretells about the sham we are getting with Iran.

North Korea’s Kim Dynasty Consumes Its Own: No Love in this Family

The communist Democratic People's Republic of Korea has long has been the land of no good options, the geopolitical problem with no good answers. And the ongoing leadership transition—whether solidified or unsettled—isn’t likely to bring peace or stability to the region.

Jaw-Jaw Versus War-War: Negotiating a Way Out of the North Korea Impasse

Today Washington policymakers are fixated on negotiations with Iran. While the ultimate success of negotiations remain in doubt, a more stable peace at least appears possible. Not so on the Korean peninsula. 

Iran Talks a Facade; Secret Deal Struck

Sharona Schwartz, The Blaze

An Israeli television network reported that Valerie Jarrett, senior Obama adviser, has been holding secret talks with the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, Ali Akbar Salehi, and that the int'l negotiations underway in Geneva are merely a “facade” covering up a deal whose terms have already been decided.

O’s Aim to Cut Nukes is Too Risky

Michaela Dodge, Heritage Foundation

Obama’s call for cuts in deployed nuclear weapons with Russia is rash and weakens national security.