October 27, 2020

State Dept Admits Iran Is Wrong, Trump Actually Can Rip Up Nuclear Deal

The State Department on Tuesday admitted that President-elect Trump can kill the Iran deal if he so chooses, despite Iran saying there was “no possibility” it could be overturned. “It’s not a formal treaty, and, of course, no one else can prevent any party to this agreement from walking away,” spokesman Mark Toner told reporters […]

I Don’t Give A RIP About Trump’s “Hot-Mic Moment”… And Here’s Why

As a traditional, Christian conservative, Donald Trump’s “hot-mic moment” from 2005 — in which he was caught in some serious “locker-room banter” making lewd comments about some females at the time, while also dropping a few not-so-nice words — should probably come as a shock to me. But it doesn’t — and frankly, I don’t care. “Why?” you might […]

WATCH Cruz RIP Into Obama For Ramming Through Proposal To Cede Control Of The Internet To Foreign Governments

Even though his presidential campaign is over, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is still leading the fight for liberty in the Senate, as he hammered President Barack Obama on Thursday for allowing the Internet to soon be under foreign jurisdiction. In a speech on the Senate floor, Cruz slammed Obama’s proposal as “a significant threat to our freedom.” […]

Independence Day, RIP

Someday soon, our progressive politicians will propose celebrating the first Monday in July as Global Interdependence Day, and no one will protest as long as it includes barbecues and fireworks. It’s sobering to ask, who is really celebrating independence? Our schools no longer teach our children the meaning of the Declaration of Independence. Our elected […]

Nuclear Experts Rip Iran Inspections Requirements, State Department Won’t Comment on Secret Side Deals

Team Smart Power claims the Iran deal, which they’re railroading through the UN as a potentially unconstitutional means of short-circuiting Congress, offers a robust regime of inspections — even as the Obama administration has embarrassingly retreated from its previous “anytime, anywhere” rhetoric. Critics say the built-in delay period of up to 24 days between requested […]

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