Celebrating the U.S.-Israeli alliance

Ted Cruz | 10:56 a.m. CST December 31, 2015 In August 1979, a Republican candidate for president named Ronald Reagan published an op-ed in the Washington Post titled “Recognizing the Israeli Asset.” The piece examined the Middle East from Reagan’s fundamental perspective on American foreign policy as a “We win, they lose” fight against totalitarian Communism; […]

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Lawmakers blast White House delay on Iran sanctions

(WSJ) Leading lawmakers, including supporters of President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, rapped the White House for delaying fresh sanctions on Tehran over its missile program, warning that the move would embolden it to further destabilize the Middle East. The abrupt reversal by the administration came as Iranian President Hassan Rouhani publicly ordered his military […]

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‘IAEA admitted Israel was right Iran tried to build bomb’

On Monday, as it announced it would be wrapping up its investigation into Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors in Vienna received a report from the IAEA Director General bringing evidence that Iran had indeed been working towards building a nuclear explosive device up until 2009. This was one […]

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Iran: We infiltrated the Mossad

The semi-official Fars News Agency of Iran outdid itself on Tuesday, posting claims that Tehran’s intelligence agents have infiltrated “those countries that have taken a hard line on the Islamic Republic.” The claims were made by Hojjatoleslam Gholamreza Safayee, chief of Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s Office for Ideological and Political Affairs. “We have infiltrated the enemy’s […]

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IAEA chief says can’t guarantee Iran nuclear programme is peaceful

The head of the international nuclear watchdog said yesterday that he is not in a position to guarantee that Iran’s nuclear activity is peaceful, despite July’s agreement with the international community. The July accord between Tehran and the P5+1 powers (US, UK, France, Russia, China and Germany) is likely to see Iran reduce its nuclear […]

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Iran stops dismantling centrifuges, despite nuclear deal

Iran has stopped dismantling centrifuges in the Natanz and Fordow uranium enrichment plants, despite the nuclear deal with the West, Reuters reported on Tuesday, citing state media. The move came after conservative lawmakers complained to President Hassan Rouhani that the process was too rushed. Iran had last week announced it had begun shutting down inactive […]

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Russia and Iran to strengthen cooperation in Middle East

Russia and Iran have agreed to strengthen their cooperation in order to bring stability and security to the Middle East, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Saturday, according to Reuters. Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov and his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif held a telephone conversation on Saturday at Moscow’s request, the ministry added. The […]

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Ted Cruz Is The ONLY Presidential Candidate Fighting Planned Parenthood, Iran Deal; Other Candidates Absent

Mark Levin interviewed Ted Cruz on October 2, 2015 and they discussed how every other Presidential candidate on the debate stage was absent from the fight.  Every one of them says they are against funding Planned Parenthood and the Catastrophic Iran Nuclear Deal, but none of them showed up.  Only Ted Cruz fought against it. […]

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