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1210, 2017

Editorial: Keep President Jimmy Carter Away from North Korean Negotiations

By |October 12th, 2017|Editorial, Nuclear, Politics, Presidential, World|Comments Off on Editorial: Keep President Jimmy Carter Away from North Korean Negotiations

PNN – Former President Jimmy Carter has offered to serve as a negotiator with North Korea on the United States’ behalf, with his goal being a peace treaty between the United States and North Korea. While President Carter has been to North Korea for negotiations before, sending him there now would be an unquestionably bad move, despite what some legacy media sources would have you believe about his past “successes” in the region.

President Carter’s first trip to North Korea took place in 1994, during the Clinton Administration. The negotiations concerned North Korea’s nuclear program. As an eventual result of these negotiations, the United States helped North Korea to obtain light-water reactors, which the Clinton Administration claimed could not be used to make nuclear bombs. This was objectively false and the Clinton Administration demonstrably knew this, because hardly a year later they were condemning Russia for attempting to supply light-water reactors to Iran because they feared Iran would use them to make nuclear weapons.

In short, former Presidents Carter and Clinton both played a significant role in helping North Korea obtain the resources that eventually became the hydrogen bombs that they seem to have and are using to threaten ourselves and our allies with today. As of Thursday, October 12th, it seems as though they have tested yet another hydrogen bomb, which makes for their second hydrogen bomb test this year. One cannot be sure, but perhaps without our government’s assistance in the 90s, North Korea would not have the same level of nuclear sophistication that they have now.

President Jimmy Carter wishes for a peace treaty with North Korea, and that is admirable. True peace would be wonderful and few people genuinely want to see a war. […]

1103, 2015

We Cannot Trust Iran

By |March 11th, 2015|National, Nuclear, World|Comments Off on We Cannot Trust Iran

From Senator Lindsey Graham:

If Iran is allowed to get a nuclear weapon, it would change the landscape of our world forever.

Unlike President Obama, I will not mince words. We are in a war against radical Islam – people who are intent on killing anyone who doesn’t bend to their will, including moderate Muslims, Christians, Jews, or people of other faiths or no faith.

In additional to ISIS, Iran is also an enemy of the United States of America. As Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said last week referring to Iran, “The enemy of my enemy is my enemy.” We cannot trust Iran for one minute when they claim they simply want a peaceful nuclear power program.

In fact, the longer the world waits to stop Iran, the closer they get to developing a nuclear bomb. I will never stop fighting to protect the safety of America, and that begins by eliminating Iran’s access to a nuclear weapon.

I have formed a presidential “testing the waters” committee called Security Through Strength. I believe America can have security through strength, and I will continue to lead in that critical fight.

If you agree with me that our nation is in grave danger if Iran secures a nuclear bomb, then I hope you will stand with me today by making an immediate financial contribution.

Our nation is facing terrorism abroad and at home like never before. We must eradicate terrorism now before it grows to the point where we cannot overturn it. And that begins by ensuring nuclear weapons do not end up in Iran.

If you stand with me, I hope you will show your support by making a secure online contribution of $25, $50, or more right now.

Thank you for your […]

903, 2015

GOP Senators to Iran: Nuclear deal needs Congress

By |March 9th, 2015|National, Nuclear, Republicans, World|Comments Off on GOP Senators to Iran: Nuclear deal needs Congress

From Fox News:

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