Daily Archives: July 22, 2015
An Endless Litany
I have been trying to provide you, my readers, with sufficient solid information on the Iran deal so that you can grasp its horrors – without overwhelming you with enormous technical minutiae, which can make the head spin.
However, every time I think I have provided enough, some other fact is exposed that simply must be written about. And here we are again today. Here, once more, we have Omri Ceren of The Israel Project, who cites BBC:
“Zarif said that restriction on Iran’s missile programme has been removed from Chapter 7 of UN Resolution 1929 and ‘has turned into a non-binding restriction.’”
And, says Ceren, “he’s absolutely right about how the new United Nations Security Council resolution (UNSCR)…turns what used to be a total ban on ballistic missile development into a ‘non-binding restriction.’” (“Emphasis added here and following)
“Here is the now-outdated UNSCR 1929, which used mandatory language that ‘Iran shall not undertake’:
‘Decides that Iran shall not undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons, including launches using ballistic missile technology, and that States shall take all necessary measures to prevent the transfer of technology or technical assistance to Iran related to such activities;’
“Here is the new UNSCR 2231, which uses non-binding language that ‘Iran is called upon not to undertake’:
‘Iran is called upon not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons, including launches using such ballistic missile technology, until the date eight years after the JCPOA Adoption Day or until the date on which the IAEA submits a report confirming the Broader Conclusion, whichever is earlier.’”
Try to wrap your heads around this, my friends. It was already a disaster that Obama went along with removing the UN sanctions against Iranian use of ballistic missiles. The point has been made repeatedly that this should not have been part of the deal at all, because the negotiations were about nuclear development not conventional weapons. In the end, Obama tried to soften this by representing it as a victory because there was an eight-year delay in Iran’s ability to use ballistic missiles. But as it turns out, this is a lie. Iran just may have the leeway to start now.
ZOA (Zionist Organization of America) picked up similarly hedged wording yesterday. In a press release, ZOA asks, “Deal Repeatedly Refers to Iran’s ‘Voluntary Measures.’ Does Iran Have No Real Obligations?” (emphasis added):
”Virtually every treaty and agreement contains language clearly binding the parties to definitive terms, such as ‘the parties agree to the following terms.’ However, the Iran deal – formally called the ‘Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action’ (or JCPOA) – is different. Strangely, supposed obligations are merely called ‘voluntary measures.’
“It is frightening and of great concern that even the minimal supposed obligations of the Islamic Republic of Iran in this disastrous, lopsided deal may not be binding on Iran.
“Right at the outset, the introduction to the Iran deal’s provisions calls these provisions ‘voluntary measures.’ At the end of the introductory ‘Preamble and General Provisions,’ which is immediately prior to key Section A (entitled ‘Nuclear’), the JCPOA states:
“’Iran and E3/EU-3 [that is, P5 + 1] will take the following voluntary measures’ within the timeframe as detailed in this JCPOA and its Annexes.
“The phrase ‘voluntary measures’ is also repeated elsewhere in the JCPOA….
“The JCPOA also uses the terms Iran’s ‘intention’ and ‘plan’ and ‘voluntary commitments’ in other key paragraphs. ‘Intentions’ and ‘plans’ and “voluntary commitments” do not have the force of binding agreements. For instance:
“The very title of the deal, “Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action” – merely indicates a plan – not a binding agreement. The term JCPOA is used throughout.
I have the feeling that this whole fiasco is imploding. What P5 + 1 has is not a “deal” with Iran, a binding accord, but a whole lot of words that sound technical but are merely cover to present to the world, while allowing Iran to do pretty much as it pleases.
And Iran is not even pretending to be conciliatory – not playing the game. Yesterday, for the first time, Kerry alluded to the hostile tone of the statements of Iranian leaders, and declared himself bewildered:
“I don’t know how to interpret it at this point in time, except to take it at face value, that that’s his policy,” he said, referring to a recent statement by Khaminei that “Even after this deal our policy towards the arrogant US will not change.”
“It’s very disturbing,” admitted Kerry.
Then we have the comment yesterday by Brig. Gen. Mohammad Reza Naqdi, Commander of Iran’s paramilitary Basij Force, that, “Any Iranian who reads the Vienna documents will hate the US 100 times more…All paragraphs of the resolution that the US proposed to the UNSC are full of enmity towards Iran and show the US deep grudge against the Iranian nation.”
Obama and Kerry have shown endless readiness to make concessions to Iran, likely assuming that this would bring them closer to Iranian officials, in a spirit of goodwill. But here is the lesson, writ bold: Concessions made in the Persian bazaar invite contempt, not gratitude. Big concessions yield huge contempt.
Will Congress tolerate this attitude? The American people?
I want to remind one and all to contact their elected members of Congress, if they have not done so yet, and to attend a “Stop Iran” rally, if possible. More information follows below.
In speaking with your Congresspersons and Senators, or their aides, remind them that the Founders of the United States envisioned three branches to the government, so that there would be checks and balances. If the elected officials on Capitol Hill merely cave to what the man in the White House wants, they are failing to fulfill their responsibilities as outlined in the Constitution. If America is to stay strong, this cannot be allowed to happen.
Carolyn Glick, in her column today, expresses the opinion that it may be possible for Congress to kill the Iran deal. What she writes ties directly to the issues I’ve been raising (emphasis added):
”As far as the Obama administration is concerned, now that the UN Security Council has anchored the agreement in a binding resolution and so given the force of international law to a deal that guarantees Iran will receives the bomb and $150b., the deal is done. It cannot be walked back.
”But this is not necessarily true. Congress may have more power than it realizes to kill the deal before Iran gets the money and before its other provisions are implemented.
”Over the months leading up to the conclusion of negotiations last Tuesday, Obama refused to acknowledge that he was negotiating a treaty. Rather he said it was nothing more than an executive agreement.
”Consequently, he argued, the US Senate’s sole authority to ratify treaties by two-thirds majority would be inapplicable to the deal with Iran.
”Obama also said he would further sideline Congress by anchoring the deal in a binding UN Security Council resolution. This resolution would force Obama’s successor to uphold the deal after he leaves office.
”Obama mitigated his position slightly when Senator Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, drafted the Corker-Cardin bill with veto-proof majorities in both houses. The bill, which Obama reluctantly signed into law, requires Obama to submit the deal to an up or down vote in both houses. If more than two thirds of Senators and Congressmen oppose it, then the US will not abrogate its unilateral sanctions against Iran.
”In other words, Obama agreed that if Congress turned the Constitution on its head by replacing the two-thirds Senate majority required to approve a treaty with a two-thirds bicameral majority necessary to disapprove his executive agreement – then he wouldn’t go to the Security Council until after Congress voted.
”When Obama betrayed his pledge and went to the Security Council on Monday, he gave Congress an opening to reconsider its position, ditch the restrictive Corker-Cardin law and reassert the Senate’s treaty approving authority.
”As former US federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy argued in National Review last week, by among other things canceling the weapons and missile embargoes on Iran, the six-power deal with Iran went well beyond the scope of the Corker-Cardin law, which dealt only with nuclear sanctions relief. As a consequence, Congress can claim that there is no reason to invoke it.
”Rather than invoke Corker-Cardin, Congress can pass a joint resolution determining that the deal with Iran is a treaty and announce that pursuant to the US Constitution, the Senate will schedule a vote on it within 30 days. Alternatively, Congress can condition the Iran deal’s legal stature on the passage of enabling legislation – that requires simple majorities in both houses.
”Dan Darling, foreign policy adviser to Republican Senator and presidential hopeful Rand Paul wrote Monday that senators can use Senate procedure to force the Foreign Relations Committee to act in this manner. Darling argued that House Speaker John Boehner can either refuse to consider the deal since it is a treaty, or insist on passing enabling legislation under normal legislative procedures.
”Monday Netanyahu explained that by keeping US sanctions in force, Congress can limit Iran’s capacity to move beyond the current sanctions regime even after it is canceled. Every state and firm considering business opportunities with Tehran will have to weigh them against the opportunity cost of being barred from doing business with the US.
”Iran for its part may walk away from the deal entirely if Congress acts in this manner. If it does, then the US will not be obligated by any of the deal’s requirements. The continued viability of the Security Council resolution will be something for the lawyers to argue over.
”The devil in Obama’s deal with Iran is not in the mind-numbing details, but in the big picture. The deal guarantees Iran will get the bomb. It gives the Iranian regime $150b.
”To secure these concessions, Obama has trampled congressional authority.
”If the American people think this doesn’t advance their national interest, they should encourage their congressional representatives to ditch Corker-Cardin and use their full authority, as a co-equal branch of the government, to scupper it.”
I have asked New Yorkers to contact their Senator Chuck Schumer, and urge him to oppose the Iran deal. Now I have acquired phone numbers, to simplify the process for you:
There are two rallies scheduled in California for Sunday, which is Tisha B’Av:
July 26, 2015, 2:00-4:00 pm at the Federal Building (Veteran and Wilshire)
July 26, 2015, 2:00-4:00 pm at Balboa Park (Park Boulevard and President`s Way Lawn)
I was particularly glad to share information today that had been put out by ZOA, for yesterday I mentioned EMET and AIPAC, which are both doing lobbying on the Hill with regard to the Iran deal, and inadvertently left out ZOA, which has been doing this work of lobbying on behalf of Israel longer than either of the other organizations. For this omission – startling because my co-chair in Legal Grounds Campaign is Jeff Daube, who heads the ZOA office in Israel – I sentenced myself to ten lashes with a wet noodle.
I close here with two items that are more upbeat in perspective:
Here we have Shabtai Shavit, who was director of the Mossad director from 1989 to 1996, voicing the opinion that the current situation brings with it the possibility of enhanced relationships with the Sunni Arab states of the region – notably Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt.
“I believe that in the present time there is a widow of opportunity for Israel in order to try and pursue a new order in the Middle East.”
He’s not the only one saying this. Perhaps a glimpse of a silver lining in the morass we must currently contend with.
And then, a most interesting perspective from Shoshana Bryen, who is currently Senior Director of the Israel Policy Center, and formerly served as Senior Director for Security Policy at JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs). This is “Israel: Security Asset for the United States” (emphasis added):
“…there is a reason military-to-military cooperation between the U.S. and Israel has remained almost untouchable, and the American military proudly touts its relationship with Israel.
“With the President of the United States behaving as if Iran can be an ally and a pro-Western player, it might help to recall the ‘quick reference guide’ to the capabilities Israel brings to U.S.-Israel security cooperation, first published by JINSA in 1979…”
I am not going to reproduce the entire list here, but suggest you look at it. It will boost your morale. Included are such items as:
 A secure location in a crucial part of the world
 A well-developed military infrastructure
 The ability to maintain, service, and repair U.S.-origin equipment
 Multilingual capabilities, including facility in English, Arabic, French, Farsi and the languages of the (former) Soviet Union
 Combat familiarity with Soviet/Russian style tactics and equipment
 The ability to assist U.S. naval fleets, including common equipment
 The ability to support American operations and to provide emergency air cover
Noting that “In 1996, R&D capabilities and intelligence cooperation were added. Post 9-11, urban counterterror training was added….Nothing has been deleted,” Bryen shares something she wrote in 20016:
“In a volatile region so vital to the U.S., where other states cannot be relied upon, it would be foolish to disengage — or denigrate — an ally such as Israel. The war against terrorists and the states that harbor and support them will be long and hard, and success will depend in no small measure on the allies who stand with us and with whom we stand.”
She says “the message is better yet in 2015.”
Watch the Astonishment on Gay Pride Event Attendees’ Faces When They Learn Which ‘Bigot’ Uttered These Anti-Gay Marriage Quotes
By: Mike Opelka
Hat Tip: Miles Himmel
Blaze Radio and San Diego talk show host Mike Slater attended last weekend’s Gay Pride event in his home town. And he stunned event-goers with some simple facts they couldn’t believe.
Slater took the opportunity to survey the attendees, asking them questions such as, “What percentage of the male population do you think is gay?” He received a wide variety of answers, the lowest being 28% and the highest, 70%
Using statistics from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Slater surprised virtually every person he encountered telling them the CDC says 1.8% of males are gay.
The radio talker also played a little game with the attendees called, “Which Bigot Said It?”
On a white board, Slater had photos of Donald Trump, Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee and Sarah Palin.
He also posted the following four quotes about gay marriage.
- “Marriage has got historic, religious and moral content that goes back to the beginning of time.”
- “I believe marriage is between a man and a woman. I am not in favor of gay marriage.”
- “I think marriage is as a marriage has always been, between a man and a woman.”
- “For me as a Christian, it is also a sacred union. God’s in the mix.”
Slater read the quotes and asked the gay pride parade supporters, “Which bigot said it?”
After they made their guesses, it was revealed the quotes came from Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
Watch the astonishment:
Watcher’s Council Nominations – ‘Nothing To Do With Islam’ Edition
Welcome to the Watcher’s Council, a blogging group consisting of some of the most incisive blogs in the ‘sphere and the longest running group of its kind in existence. Every week, the members nominate two posts each, one written by themselves and one written by someone from outside the group for consideration by the whole Council. Then we vote on the best two posts, with the results appearing on Friday morning.
This week, The Pirate’s Cove, Sharyl Attkisson, The People’s Cube and Right Reason earned honorable mention status with some great articles.
You can, too! Want to see your work appear on the Watcher’s Council homepage in our weekly contest listing? Didn’t get nominated by a Council member? No worries.
To bring something to my attention, simply head over to Joshuapundit and post the title and a link to the piece you want considered along with an email address (mandatory, but of course it won’t be published) in the comments section no later than Monday 6 PM PST in order to be considered for our honorable mention category. Then return the favor by creating a post on your site linking to the Watcher’s Council contest for the week when it comes out on Wednesday morning.
It’s a great way of exposing your best work to Watcher’s Council readers and Council members while grabbing the increased traffic and notoriety. And how good is that, eh?
So, let’s see what we have for you this week…
- The Noisy Room – Obama’s Diversity Police State and Government Mandated Racism
- Don Surber – Dekanawida and the Iroquois Confederacy
- Puma By Design – Dhimmitude: Empire State Building Towers Illuminated in Green for Eid
- Joshuapundit – The Roots Of The Jihad In Tennessee
- The Right Planet – If You Like Your Opinion, You Can Keep Your Opinion … to Yourself
- The Razor – Emperor Valerian: What’s Past is Prologue
- The Glittering Eye – When Iran Sells Oil
- VA Right! – This Veteran Says ‘Donald Trump is Right. John McCain is No Hero.’
- Rhymes With Right – The Time Has Come For GOP To Bitch-Slap Trump
- Nice Deb – Pentagon: No Guns, No Uniforms, and Closed Blinds At Recruitment Centers
- The Independent Sentinel – How A Red Diaper Baby President Is Rigging Future Elections With Illegal Immigrants
- Ask Marion – Trump, Truth and the McCain Factor
- Bookworm Room – Washington DC
- GrEaT sAtAn”S gIrLfRiEnD – Deterrance
- The Pirate’s Cove – Surprise: ISIS Quickly Becoming An Actual “State”
- Sharyl Attkisson – Fact Check: The Washington Post on Donald Trump and John McCain.
(hat tip, Puma By Design)
- The People’s Cube – Hitler takes selfie with Planned Parenthood hashtag
- Right Reason – Is Iran Treaty In Accordance With Shari’ah?
- Sultan Knish – Millions and Millions of Mohammeds submitted by The Noisy Room
- The Other McCain – Is the ‘Male Feminist’ Cuckold a Hoax? submitted by Don Surber
- Dennis Prager/Truth Revolt – 1938 and 2015: Only the Names Are Different submitted by Puma By Design
- Brett Stephens/WSJ – The Iran Deal’s Collapsing Rationale submitted by Joshuapundit
- Life News – 10-Eye-Opening Quotes From Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger submitted by The Right Planet
- Adam Garfinkle/The American Interest – The Real Debate submitted by The Razor
- Krebs On Security – Online Cheating Site Ashley Madison Hacked submitted by The Glittering Eye
- Canada Free Press – Obama admin: ‘We should expect’ Iran to use some of its nuke deal money to fund terrorism submitted by VA Right!
- Ilya Somin/Volokh Cospiracy – Obama, Anti-Semitism and Iran submitted by Rhymes With Right
- Mark Thiessen/WAPO – Obama’s Disturbing Pattern Of Playing Down Islamic Terror submitted by Nice Deb
- Gatestone Institute – Iran Deal: Europe’s Chief Negotiator Sympathized with Iran submitted by The Independent Sentinel
- FOX News – Florida Gun Shop Owner Declares Store a ‘Muslim-Free Zone,’ CAIR Members Visit submitted by Ask Marion
- Thomas Sowell – A Historic Catastrophe submitted by The Watcher
- Howie Carr/Gates Of Vienna – “The Evil That Men Do Lives After Them…” submitted by The Watcher
- Ideas.Ted.Com – How Language Can Affect The Way We Think submitted by The Watcher
- SE Cupp – The Planned Parenthood And Abortion Debate We Won’t Have submitted by The Watcher
Enjoy! And don’t forget to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter… ’cause we’re cool like that! And don’t forget to tune in Friday for the results!
The Media Love Affair with McCain
By: Cliff Kincaid
Accuracy in Media
In the fight between Donald Trump and John McCain (R-AZ) over the senator’s military service, the liberal media have taken McCain’s side. But since when did the media get concerned about the noble cause of fighting communism in Vietnam?
Our media, led by CBS Evening News anchorman Walter Cronkite, who was then an influential media figure, protested the Vietnam War and prompted the U.S. withdrawal and communist takeover. His FBI file demonstrated Cronkite’s contacts with Soviet officials and how he was used as a dupe by the communists.
More than 58,000 Americans sacrificed and died to save that country from communism.
The liberal media never supported the war against communism in Vietnam. Yet they are now browbeating Trump over avoiding the war through deferments. Our media are full of hypocrites. They don’t admire McCain for fighting in Vietnam. They admire him because he is a “maverick” who frequently takes the liberal line, such as on “comprehensive immigration reform.”
If the liberals in the media are so enamored of McCain’s military service in Vietnam, let them revisit the history of the Vietnam War and express some outrage over the fact that it was a Democratic Congress that cut off aid to South Vietnam, leading to the communist takeover and the genocide in neighboring Cambodia.
What about some critical coverage of Obama’s recent meeting with Nguyen Phu Trong, the head of Vietnam’s Communist Party? Vietnam is one of the beneficiaries of Obama’s proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade agreement. If passed, it would benefit Vietnam’s communist rulers.
As we have pointed out, “Interestingly, Obama is trying to sell the agreement as a counter to China’s influence throughout the world. He wants us to believe that China and Vietnam somehow differ on their common objective of achieving world communism at the expense of America’s standing as the leader of what used to be the Free World. Both countries would gladly welcome the U.S. to help pay to accelerate the growth of their socialist economies and expand their markets.”
McCain supports the TPP; Trump does not.
We have pointed out that Vietnam is “a dictatorship with the blood of those Americans on its hands,” a reference to what the communists did to McCain and our soldiers, and “which has no respect for the human rights of its own people.”
A bipartisan congressional letter about Obama’s meeting with the Vietnamese communist reaffirmed this fact. It was signed by Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-CA), who represents one of the largest Vietnamese populations outside of Vietnam in the world, in Orange County, California. She said, “I am disappointed that the administration has chosen to host Nguyen Phu Trong, the General Secretary of the Vietnamese Communist Party. There continues to be egregious and systemic human rights abuses in Vietnam, including religious and political persecutions. As an advocate for human rights in Vietnam I cannot ignore the dismal state of freedom of the press and freedom of speech.”
This is precisely what McCain and tens of thousands of other Americans were fighting to prevent.
Yet, McCain issued a statement, saying that he “warmly” welcomed Trong’s “historic trip” to the United States. He added, “This visit demonstrates the growing strength of the U.S.-Vietnam partnership as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the normalization of relations between our countries.”
Why is McCain celebrating a “partnership” with a dictatorship that he and thousands of Americans fought against?
What’s more, McCain says the U.S. “must further ease the prohibition on the sale of lethal military equipment to Vietnam…” Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry had partially lifted a ban on lethal weapons sales to Vietnam in October of 2014.
If our media are so concerned about an American Vietnam veteran being the target of a perceived insult from Trump, why haven’t they put pressure on the Obama administration to clean up Vietnam’s human rights record before going ahead with another agreement to benefit that regime? After all, this is the same regime that captured and tortured Sen. McCain.
The answer is that our media are using the current McCain controversy to damage Trump, who has almost single-handedly made illegal immigration into a national issue. They don’t really care about McCain’s service in Vietnam.
When President Bill Clinton normalized relations with communist Vietnam in 1995, he thanked Senator McCain and then-Senator John Kerry (D-MA) for agreeing with the notion that America had to “move forward on Vietnam.”
What has happened in the meantime?
We pointed out 11 years ago that President Clinton’s lifting of the U.S. trade embargo on Vietnam in 1995 was followed by a bilateral trade agreement. Kerry and McCain supported that, too. The U.S. trade deficit with Vietnam has been consistently rising ever since, to the point where it was $19.6 billion in 2013.
In his statement on Trong’s visit to the United States, McCain said, “Since 1995, annual U.S.-Vietnam trade has increased from less than $500 million to $36 billion last year.” He conveniently ignored the trade deficits that have cost American jobs. For example, the communist regime has been dumping shrimp products into the United States at artificially low prices, and has become the fourth largest shrimp supplier to the U.S. market, even though several shipments have been detected with banned antibiotics.
At the time he extended diplomatic relations, Clinton said, “Whatever we may think about the political decisions of the Vietnam era, the brave Americans who fought and died there had noble motives. They fought for the freedom and the independence of the Vietnamese people. Today the Vietnamese are independent, and we believe this step will help to extend the reach of freedom in Vietnam and, in so doing, to enable these fine veterans of Vietnam to keep working for that freedom.”
False. The Vietnamese people did not become independent. They became slaves of the communists.
Obama recently met with their slave master. But our media didn’t utter any tears for the victims of communism.
You may also recall that then-Senator Kerry ran a Senate investigation that brought the search for live American POWs from the war to a close. McCain was a member of the Kerry committee.
Since McCain has been in the news for his military service, this should have been a newsworthy topic for our media.
Roger Hall, A POW/MIA researcher, went to court, having sued the CIA for documents on missing or abandoned Vietnam POWs. Hall and many others are convinced that hundreds of American POWs were left behind in Vietnam.
Former Senator Bob Smith (R) of New Hampshire wrote the legislation creating the Senate Select Committee on POWs and MIAs in the early 1990s in order to get the truth released to the public.
“Despite the release of thousands of documents and the testimony of dozens of witnesses, I could not complete the job. Senator John Kerry, the chairman of the Select Committee, and Senator John McCain were more interested in establishing diplomatic relations and putting the war behind them than they were about finding the truth about our missing,” said Smith. “I fought them constantly to the point of exhaustion. It was a very sad chapter in American history.”
A YouTube video exposed McCain’s efforts to block access to POW information and examines his alleged cooperation with the North Vietnamese while he was in captivity. Senator Smith is one of those featured in the video.
Why don’t the media remind us of that? We have the answer. They are too busy bashing Trump and trying to look patriotic about the Vietnam War.
Stop Iran Now Rally in New York’s Times Square Today
By: Roger Aronoff
Accuracy in Media
President Obama was on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Tuesday night, pitching the Iran deal as the best way to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, and claiming once again that it came down to this deal, or war. This week he did an end-run around Congress by going to the United Nations, where the UN Security Council unanimously adopted the agreement between the P5+1 (U.S., England, France, Germany, Russia and China) and Iran. As we have pointed out, this agreement virtually guarantees Iran a path to having nuclear weapons, if they don’t already. Plus, it will release them from tough sanctions (no “snap-back” sanctions are feasible), and will soon provide them with approximately $150 billion of their frozen oil revenues to continue to expand their state sponsored terrorism and hegemonic ambitions. The U.S. held all the cards when the negotiations began, yet made concession after concession, completely abandoning numerous red lines that were previously insisted upon.
Today, Wednesday July 22nd, an important demonstration and rally will be taking place in Times Square, in the heart of New York City, to call attention to the multitude of problems with this so called agreement, and to try to prevent it from going into effect. It is called the Stop Iran Rally, and features an outstanding lineup of speakers. Six of them are members of our Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi, including Adm. James “Ace” Lyons (Ret.), former CIA Officer Clare Lopez, Gen. Paul Vallely (Ret.), Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.), Steven Emerson of the Investigative Project on Terrorism, former Rep. Pete Hoekstra (former chairman of the House Intelligence Committee). In addition, the list includes former CIA Director James Woolsey, Alan Dershowitz, Robert Morgenthau, Caroline Glick, Frank Gaffney, Mort Zuckerman and George Pataki. Too many to name them all. To see the full list, take a look at the poster.
The event is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m., and will last at least two hours. You can watch it live by clicking here. I will be in attendance, and will be reporting on the event.
NoisyRoom Article Recap – 07/21/15 & 07/22/15
- Radio Round Table on the Denise Simon Show
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- OBAMA to BAN more than 4 MILLION Social Security recipients from owning GUNS [Video]
- Black Mississippi Confederate flag supporter dies after being forced off the road [Video]
- Disgusting Video Shows ANOTHER Planned Parenthood Worker Haggling Over Fetal Body Parts
- Sheriff Clarke Just Made a HUGE Announcement About Trump – You’ll Love This
- Al Sharpton Announces Terrifying Agenda For US – You Won’t Believe What’s Coming…
- Ben Shapiro Files A Police Report Against Aggressive Transgender Reporter Zoey Tur [Video]
- How a Restaurant Owner Handled a Crying Kid is Being Condemned And Praised [Video]
- The horrifying moment a woman suicide bomber killed dozens of students in Turkey [Video]
- Comedian George Lopez leads crowd in ‘f***’ Donald Trump chant at stand-up show [Video]
- TV Host Graham Ledger DEFENDS Trump, says he may be what the country needs [Video]
- Coulter: Donald Trump Has a Better Chance of Defeating Hillary Than Jeb or Rubio [VIDEO]
- Obama orders flags to half-mast for murdered Marines ONLY AFTER Trump Press Release ‘flags flown at Half-Mast at all Trump Properties’
- Mother of Slain Teen Makes a Huge Stand for Trump [Video]
- 22-Year-Old News Anchor Goes on EPIC Rant Against Obama in Viral Video
- Trump Leaks Lindsey Graham’s Cellphone Number After Senator Slams Him [Video]
- Man Finds Out His Wife Was Cheating. What He Did Next? PRICELESS [Video]
- Sheriff Clarke Makes Epic 23-Word Announcement About Trump & Infuriates The Media
INFOGRAPHIC: 6 Reasons to Support Ted Cruz. Reason 1 – “Moderate Candidates are Losers”
Spotted in a presentation from a conservative PAC that supports my preferred candidate, Ted Cruz.
With zero apologies whatsoever, I support Ted Cruz for President. It’s time to nominate a real conservative who can appeal to Americans of every race, creed, color and religion.
Cruz is just such a man.
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