Iran gets $400 Million for Prisoner Exchange?

The details came out this week of President Obama’s secret airlift of $400 million in cash to Iran. It coincided with the release of four Americans who had been detained by that country. It was the first installment of a $1.7 billion settlement between the Obama administration and Iran for a failed arms deal that dates […]

Iraq’s Troubles and the Iran-North Korea Threat

Vice President Joe Biden traveled to Iraq April 28 to meet with Prime Minister al-Abadi as a show of support for Abadi’s government amid internal turmoil. Abadi is a Shi’ite Muslim who tried to introduce a slate of new ministers to parliament, but he was met by opponents lobbing water bottles and chanting for his removal. […]

Update on Paris Attacks/ISIS, One less Republican candidate

Tuesday, November 17,  2015 ISIS Hacked, 5,500 Twitter Accounts Lost An online group calling itself “Anonymous” has waged a cyber war on ISIS and announced it has hacked 5,500 ISIS-affiliated accounts on Twitter and has taken them down.

Iraq, Iran and ISIS: Where We are Today

When U.S. military pulled out of Iraq, they left weapons and equipment behind for Iraqi troops to use in their fight against ISIS. Today, those same items are being used by ISIS against the Iraqis.

Does our President Understand what’s at Stake?

It’s been four years since the death of Usama Bin Laden. During the raid of his compound, 1.5 million documents were seized by U.S. forces. Recently, 121 documents were declassified and released, revealing stunning facts connecting Iranian leadership to Al Qaeda. This is not news to President Obama, who has known this yet continues to […]

Will U.S. Uranium End up in Iran’s Nuclear Arsenal?

New information ties the Clinton Foundation’s receipt of donated funds to the sale of Uranium to Russia. The Russians now control 1/5 of the uranium production in the U.S. through a deal that was signed by Mrs. Clinton and other U.S. officials when she served as Secretary of State. The Russians supply uranium to Iran; […]