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Obama allows Iran sanctions renewal without signing bill

© AFP | US President Barack Obama symbolically let slide a midnight deadline to sign a bill renewing sanctions against Iran, meaning it will automatically become law… 399 more words

Sanctions renewal shows US still 'enemy'-- Iran's Rouhani says


© Iranian Presidency/AFP/File | Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has faced a barrage of criticism from conservatives who say his team made too many concessions in the nuclear deal for minimal economic gain… 713 more words

Buckets of Deplorable Presidential Endorsements

Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate for president has sought to portray her Republican challenger Donald Trump as a racist, and those that support him as racists. 655 more words


Retired Marine Gen. James Cartwright guilty plea to a felony charge of lying to FBI investigators -- Done in by one of his own emails

Retired Gen. James Cartwright has been charged with making false statements during a probe into the disclosure of classified information. | AP Photo

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Iran's Ayatollah: "The US Created ISIS"

Even as the Obama administration is embroiled in a scandal involving the paradropping of a crate of cash with $400 million in it in non-USD denominated bills to Iran, the same Iran continues to heap scorn upon the US president, culminating yesterday with Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khemenei, accusing the U.S. 369 more words

Iran's Economy Recovering To Pre-Sanctions Level - President

The Iranian economy is gradually recovering to the level before the sanctions against Tehran related to its controversial nuclear program were imposed, local media reported Monday. 186 more words

Ben Rhodes, Iranian Nukes and Presidential Lies

It’s For Your Own Good
Elected on a wave of goodwill, hope and change, the Obama administration sought out opportunities to not only “fundamentally transform America,” but to “restore America’s standing in the world.” These efforts included changes to the ways the administration addressed both allies and enemies alike. 1,727 more words

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