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November 12, 2014

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Lawsuit: Obama Officials Pressured Prosecutors To Release Convicted Criminal Illegal Aliens

November 12, 2014

An award-winning, career prosecutor at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) alleged in a blistering new lawsuit she was punished for resisting orders to release convicted criminal illegal aliens from custody.


MSNBC: Obama’s Weak Response to Islamic State Is ‘Scaring the Hell out of the World’

November 12, 2014

Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough looked almost physically exhausted after hearing from former military commanders about President Obama’s policy toward the Islamic State.


Obama So Isolated That Dem Senators Call MSNBC to Learn White House Plans

November 12, 2014

Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough and Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd appear to have a much better relationship with senior Democratic leaders than President Obama does.


Lacking Breakthrough, Sides Weigh Next Moves in Iran Nuclear Drama

November 12, 2014

(Reuters) – Senior officials from Western powers and Iran started a one-day round of talks in Muscat on Tuesday, with a deadline for reaching a nuclear deal less than two weeks away and no imminent breakthrough in sight.


Netanyahu: ‘There is No Moderation in Iran’

November 12, 2014

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded Monday to a 9-step plan to eliminate Israel posted by Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei on Sunday.


Killed by Illegal Aliens: Victim Families Gather in Day of Remembrance

November 11, 2014

Stolen lives, that is how families refer to the death of their loved ones at the hands of criminals who were present in the country illegally when these men and women’s lives were stopped short.

Surprise, we do not have any breakthroughs in the Iran nuclear talks that are scheduled to be completed on the 24th:


Tuesday’s discussions follow two days of meetings between Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and EU envoy Catherine Ashton aimed at resolving years of dispute over Iran’s nuclear ambitions.


“There’s more work to do, clearly,” a senior State Department official said.


Iran’s top negotiator, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi, described the negotiations in Oman as “two days of very hard work”, the official IRNA news agency reported.


He added that he was “not in a position to claim that progress is achieved”, but sounded more upbeat in a subsequent interview with Iranian state television.


“There is a capacity to reach a deal by November 24 if there is a political will. At least we can reach a general agreement on major issues,” Araqchi was quoted as saying.


In Washington, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Zarif, Kerry and Ashton had held “tough, direct and serious” negotiations. She gave no details.


These discussions are following a familiar pattern of stall and negotiate in bad faith knowing full well that Obama and Kerry will cave to any demand and grant another fruitless extension. This time however the fundamentals of this ploy have changed with the Senate now in the hands of the GOP which would have to approve any treaty. We discussed this in our Iran Wants a Quick Deal with Obama, Avoid GOP article:


We have another aspect of the GOP takeover of Congress that is causing Iran to want to accelerate a deal with Obama before they take over the Senate. Iran wants to ink a deal during the lame duck session so that it gets to continue to enrich uranium and has the sanctions lifted:


Fears about the Republican takeover of Congress have plagued Iranian leaders for weeks, according to the CIA analysis obtained by the Washington Free Beacon that outlines internal commotion in Iran over the shifting political tides in the United States.


The eventual outcome of Tuesday’s elections prompted many Iranian commenters and officials to express concern that years of U.S. capitulation to Iranian demands might soon come to an end.


Republican gains in Congress appear to have motivated Iran to work harder toward inking a nuclear deal with the Obama administration before the lame duck legislative session concludes, according to an official analysis by the CIA’s Open Source Center authored ahead of the midterm elections.


Some Iranians are now betting that the White House will fully lift sanctions before the new Congress assembles and that it will also sign a deal that permits Tehran to continue enriching uranium, the key component in a nuclear weapon.


“Iranian media from across the political spectrum have cautioned that potential Republican gains in the upcoming U.S. congressional mid-term elections could disrupt the ongoing nuclear negotiations,” the CIA’s Open Source Center wrote in an Oct. 31 analysis marked unclassified but for official use only.


This latest report by the CIA means that Obama has not acted in the best interest of this nation or our allies and has attempted to skew the process to allow Iran to become a nuclear state. This also means that Iran was not negotiating in good faith and was only buying time so that their secret weapon 'Obama' would come through for them, as they lament about the prospect of having to negotiate with a GOP Senate and Congress.


What we can expect is that Obama and Iran will work these negotiations so that Iran becomes a nuclear state and that the Senate will not get to vote on a treaty. How this will be done is anyone's guess at this time, though Obama and Kerry have not handled these nuclear talks with the brutal nature, they have with Israel, by leaking information and siding with every Islamist on the planet.


We expect Obama to grant Iran the right to become, nuclear and believe they already are, and these talks are an artifice for the world to become informed of this fact. From Free Beacon.




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Two Weeks Left No Results in Iran Nuke Talks