Barone: Even Clinton and Obama Military Appointees Widely Oppose Iran Nuclear Capitulation
In recent days we've noted how the American public now opposes Obama's Iran nuclear weapons agreement by 2-to-1 margins, and how opposition in both the Senate and House of Representatives is approaching 2/3 veto-proof majorities.
Apparently, opposition within military and intelligence communities is similarly broad.
In a new piece this week, Michael Barone lists a number of military and intelligence figures appointed during the Clinton and Obama administrations who voice sharp opposition to the proposed deal. From well-known names like General Michael Hayden to General Barry McCaffrey and several others, it's an impressive list. As Barone concludes, "These are all highly respected retired military officers whose judgment should command respect, and their criticisms of the Iran deal…[more]
Apparently incapable of shame as its days dwindle, the Obama Administration offered a novel legal theory to the nation's second-highest court this week.
Namely, that its Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can target a pro-Israel nonprofit on the basis of viewpoint.
The underlying facts of the case defy credulity, and are every bit as despicable and unacceptable as the subsequent legal rationalization the Administration asked the court to accept.
In November 2009, a new organization naming itself Z Street was incorporated as a Pennsylvania nonprofit with the mission of "educating…
"A federal judge in North Dakota acted late Thursday to block the Obama administration's controversial water pollution rule, hours before it was due to take effect. Judge Ralph Erickson of the District Court for the District of North Dakota found that the 13 states suing to block the rule met the conditions necessary for a preliminary injunction, including that they would likely be harmed if courts…[more]