Apr 07, 2016

Iran Nuclear Deal -- State-Sponsored Terrorism Is Boosted by It, Not Hindered

False narratives are nothing new for the Obama administration. None, however, is more fantastic than the one fabricated in support of the Iran nuclear deal. It goes like this: Iran has seen the error of its ways, has modified its behavior, and wants desperately to rejoin the community of civilized nations. If we just give Iran the opportunity, it will evolve into a force for stability in the...

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