Sen. Lindsey Graham said Wednesday that he’s planning to introduce legislation next week to provide additional financial support to Israel, arguing a new agreement with the United States doesn’t go far enough….
The U.S. and Israel this week formally finalized a security agreement that includes $38 billion for the Middle Eastern ally over the next decade….
But Graham added that Israeli officials told him they wanted more money but “just felt like they couldn’t go beyond what the MOU said.”
Her advisors say Syria will take top priority in her first days in office, and, in addition to ISIS, President Bashar Assad must go. So it is important to examine what a real Clinton Syria policy might look like despite her rhetoric on the campaign trail.
One constant in the debates over the nuclear deal and all dealings with Iran over the last seven years is that opponents of engagement misrepresent the nature of any agreement made with Iran. Nuclear deal critics insist that Iran will be “given” $150 billion, when the money has always been theirs and the final figure is likely to be much closer to $50 billion. They consistently said that the deal would “pave the way” to an Iranian nuclear weapon when it will do just the opposite. Opponents of the deal base their objections on the thinnest reeds possible, and pretend that Iran is violating the deal when it has been certified as fully complying with it.
In their zeal to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president… representative voices of the liberal establishment have joined with the forces of neoconservatism to engage in what can only be described as McCarthyist rhetoric.
This election is rapidly turning into one of those unintentionally campy anti-Communist movies from the 1950s… The Clinton campaign and their neocon fellow-travelers, lacking the capacity for embarrassment, have no problem with plainly enunciating their McCarthyite theme….
Like all crackpot theories, the Clintonista version of None Dare Call It Treason imbues the Russians with nearly supernatural powers: it’s Alex Jones for blue-staters.
The world looks on in horror as Hillary Clinton heads to Philadelphia to be nominated as the Democratic Party’s candidate for the presidency. Yet still the leading lights of the so-called “progressive” movement argue that it is the left’s duty to vote for this neocon warmonger.