Sep 11, 2015
The president had an obligation to try to obtain majority support. Not only did he fail to do that, he also failed to persuade a majority of Senate and House members. So this minority deal will go into operation over the objection of the majority of our legislators and voters.
Aug 18, 2015
President Obama should address concerns regarding the strength of the inspections regime envisioned by the deal. He should insist on the release of the content of side agreements between the IAEA and Iran regarding Iranian nuclear sites.
Aug 12, 2015
The president has the burden of changing the public’s mind. And he should not be empowered to impose his will on the American public based on one-third plus one of one house of Congress, when a majority of Americans have expressed opposition.
Aug 5, 2015
President Obama, in his desperation to save his Iran deal, has taken to attacking its opponents in personal ways.
Jul 22, 2015
The most compelling argument the Obama administration is offering to boost what it acknowledges is a compromise nuclear deal with Iran is this: it’s better than the alternatives. The reality is that there were always alternatives, though they became less realistic.
Jul 15, 2015
The burden of persuasion is now on the Obama administration to demonstrate that Obama was accurately describing the deal when he said that it will "prevent" Iran from "obtaining a nuclear weapon."
May 28, 2015
The current code word being tossed around to protect political correctness from competition in the marketplace of ideas is “unsafe.”
May 22, 2015
We should neither demonize nor lionize our President. We should criticize him where criticism is warranted, praise him where praise is justified and encourage him to be supportive of Israel.