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'Iranian Treaty Compliance' and Other Oxymorons
by John J. Bastiat
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Thursday Top Headlines
Trump waives Jones Act to speed up aid shipments to Puerto Rico (Bloomberg)
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As Maine’s RINO-Susan Collins saves liar-nObamaCare, another insurer bails from her state because of the law (Reuters)
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Trump pitches massive tax cuts (The Hill)
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“I do not belong there” — Ravens national anthem singer Joey Odoms, a combat veteran, resigns (The Baltimore Sun)
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Bradley Manning inspired communist West Point graduate to infiltrate the military (The Daily Caller)
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Growing economy: final reading on Q2 GDP up 3.1%, vs 3% rise expected (CNBC)
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Defense Secretary Mattis target of deadly airport attack in Kabul (USA Today)
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Deep state? 78 liar-nObama appointees “burrowed” in government, report says (Fox News)
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California names an official state dinosaur (and it’s not Nancy Pulosi) (New York Post)
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Humor: Sad: This Guy Knows Exactly How To Fix America’s Race Issues, But Nobody Reads His Facebook Posts (The Babylon Bee)
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Policy: A road map to bipartisan health care reform (Real Clear Policy)
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Policy: What should the U.S. do next on Kurdistan? (American Enterprise Institute)  ~The Patriot Post
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 VIDEOS
 
President Trump’s Wednesday Speech On Tax Reform
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Classic Tucker Carlson! Explosive Discussion With Scott Bolden
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Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello: The President Has Been Calling Me Continuously
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Alvida King On Trump’s NFL Comments “You Have To Stir The Pot To Drain The Swamp”
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College Basketball Scandal….And Rick Pitino Too?
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liar-nObama’s Deep State Is Finished 
After A Leaker Was Caught Red-Handed
{greatamericandaily.com} ~ Barack liar-nObama’s Deep State has enjoyed months of free shots at Donald Trump. That just changed in a big way... The Deep State is finished after one of its operatives was caught red-handed in a massive scandal. liar-nObama’s Deep State repeatedly damaged the Trump administration through unmasking associates who were caught up in foreign surveillance and then illegally leaking that information to the press. These illegal leaks are what ultimately forced out former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn. liar-nObama’s former National Security Advisor Susan Rice was revealed to have requested the unmasking of Trump officials after lying about having any knowledge of unmasking activities in a TV interview...  http://greatamericandaily.com/obamas-deep-state-is-finished-after-a...
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Atlantic Jihad: The Untold Story of White Slavery
 
{themuslimissue.wordpress.com} ~ Europeans captured and sold by Islamic jihadist in Africa. In Poland alone over 3 million people were taken into slavery by muslims, an enormous number for a small country like Poland... One can only imagine how many millions far closer to the entry points into European countries got kidnapped and taken into slavery across Europe by muslims. Add that number to centuries of muslim slave raids. Whilst the Arabs have been acknowledged as a prime force in the early usage of slaves from Africa, very little has been written about their usage of White slaves, whether they were part of the Russian slave trade or those kidnapped by Arab pirates. However, in recent years, the research of some authors has been bringing this issue to light The origins of African slavery in the New World cannot be understood without some knowledge of the millennium of warfare between Christians and Muslims that took place in the Mediterranean and Atlantic and the piracy and kidnapping that went along with it...  https://themuslimissue.wordpress.com/2017/09/27/atlantic-jihad-the-...
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NY Times Continues its Mission 
of Rehabilitating Communism's Image

by Alex Parker
{truthrevolt.org} ~ The New York Times, long known as a leftist progaganda outlet, has outdone itself this year with a host of articles sympathetically spotlighting... if not actually promoting—Communism. The weekly series, entitled “Red Century: Exploring the History and Legacy of Communism, 100 Years After the Russian Revolution,” has been running since February. It features segments such as “Socialism’s Future May Be Its Past— Communism was a dead end, but we can reclaim socialism,” “Lenin’s Eco-Warriors,” “When Communism Inspired Americans,” “The Cold War and America’s Delusion of Victory,” and, jaw-droppingly, “Why Women Had better Sex Under Socialism.” In one of the articles, Helen Gao writes, “For all its flaws, the Communist revolution taught Chinese women to dream big.” Flaws...  http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/ny-times-continues-its-mission-reha...
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Barzilai Moment: Dropping 
Testosterone and Rising Islam in the West

by Truth Revolt
{truthrevolt.org} ~ This new edition of The Glazov Gang features Roy Barzilai, author of The Testosterone Hypothesis... Roy discusses Dropping Testosterone and Rising Islam in the West, unveiling why our civilization is being crippled in the face of Sharia and Jihad.  http://www.truthrevolt.org/commentary/barzilai-moment-dropping-test...
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'Iranian Treaty Compliance' and Other Oxymorons
by John J. Bastiat:  “We know Iran has already violated parts of the [nuclear] agreement. … They’re not just walking ‘up to the line’ on the agreement: They’re crossing the line at times.” —National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster

          In the wake of his recent comprehensive review of U.S. policy toward Iran, President Donald Trump ably demonstrated he “gets it.” Referencing his future stance on the Iran nuclear deal brokered by his not-ready-for-primetime predecessor, President Trump hinted to reporters last week at the United Nations General Assembly, “I have decided. I’ll let you know what the decision is.” The president has often slammed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), that is, the so-called “Iran Deal.” That deal is also more appropriately termed a “treaty” — unless of course you’re Barack liar-nObama and don’t want the Senate involved in ratifying it. Thus, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to infer Trump’s decision won’t favor Iran.
          That’s certainly more than can be said for the previous decision oozing out of the executive branch, which traded Iran’s unverifiable “promise” to “limit” its development of nuclear weapons in exchange for the blanket lifting of crippling economic and political sanctions. In other words, as envisioned and executed during the liar-nObama regime, Iran got a free pass. That ended last week.
          Correctly labeling the fatally flawed agreement for what it is, in his address to the UN General Assembly the president branded JCPOA as “one of the worst and most one-sided transactions the U.S. has ever entered into” and “an embarrassment to the U.S.” (Other than that, it’s a great agreement.) The president further warned that the status quo could have grave consequences: “We cannot let a murderous regime continue these destabilizing activities while building dangerous missiles, and we cannot abide by an agreement if it provides cover for the eventual construction of a nuclear program.” These words are welcome and overdue.
          Ending this raw deal for America is more than justified. As National Security Advisor and retired Gen. McMaster noted, Iran routinely violates even the overly generous terms of the current agreement. Although the administration did — reluctantly — certify this quarter’s compliance by Iran with JCPOA, the move seems, at the least, to be a political timing piece, not an affirmation that things are “jiggy” with a nation whose stated goal is to wipe Israel “and its allies” (read: us, a.k.a. “The Great Satan,” in Ayatollah-speak) “off the face of the earth.” Sure: Who wouldn’t want to enter a deal with a country like this? In any case, we wouldn’t advise optimism on certification next quarter (deadline October 15th). Some media sources claim ending JCPOA could trigger diplomatic upheaval with the five other nations, including China and Russia, that were involved in negotiating it, but so what? Ruffled “frenemy” feathers are nothing new or abnormally threatening to the U.S., while a nuclear-tipped Iran is.
          Moreover, Iran shows no signs of changing its evil ways. Responding to Trump’s UN address, Iran dragged its usual “death to them all” diplomacy up from the gallows to give a fresh stink-eye to the rest of the civilized world. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani flatly declared that any ideas about renegotiation are dead on arrival. He also stated that “the Iranian people deserve an apology” from Trump, since he labeled their government a “murderous regime.” An apology? Since when does truth-in-diplomacy about, well, a murderous regime warrant an apology — especially to the people suffering under it?
          As Trump further noted, “The Iranian government masks a corrupt dictatorship behind the false guise of a democracy.” As has been documented in myriad articles on countless occasions, Iran is also one of the world’s leading state sponsors and exporters of terrorism. More recently, it colluded with North Korea to co-develop both countries’ ballistic nuclear weapons programs, while simultaneously giving the middle finger to International Atomic Energy Agency nuclear facility inspectors. Iran restricted and even denied inspectors’ access to facilities that must be inspected to certify compliance with the JCPOA.
          Then, last weekend, Iran test-fired another long-range ballistic missile as a figurative shot across the bow.
          The only way to deal with rogue regimes such as these is to speak in the one language they all understand: Power. Iran must be made to understand that relief on likely soon-to-be-re-imposed sanctions is directly tied to its conduct, and that bad conduct means no relief — or even tighter sanctions. A good first step in that direction is to decertify Iran’s compliance with the JCPOA.
          As U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley noted, “If the president chooses not to certify Iranian compliance, that does not mean the United States is withdrawing from the JCPOA. If the president finds that he cannot certify Iranian compliance, it would be a message to Congress that the administration believes either that Iran is in violation of the deal, or that the lifting of sanctions against Iran is not appropriate and proportional to the regime’s behavior, or that the lifting of sanctions is not in the U.S. national security interest, or any combination of the three.”
          In other words, decertification doesn’t end JCPOA; it simply gives the U.S. more leverage than it currently has. That’s at least a small first step in the right direction.  ~The Patriot Post

https://patriotpost.us/articles/51495

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