Bernie Sanders and the Iran Deal

Yesterday I pointed out that the Iran deal vote is designed in such a way that President Obama only needs 34 Democrat Senators OR 146 House Democrats save the Iran deal (at least for the duration of his term). I also noted that via the Fishbait Miller standard Democrats are doing their best to figure … Continue reading Bernie Sanders and the Iran Deal

Is the Iran Deal Obamacare II

Back before the passage of Obamacare in the days when the Democrats had filibuster-proof majorities in the senate and an overwhelming majority in the House, there was a huge question  I had this to say on some comments by James Carville on Obamacare: Unless he knows about a special election that the rest of us don’t … Continue reading Is the Iran Deal Obamacare II

Four Choices Left for Middle East Nations post Obamanukes

With The Iran Deal  Munich II now in place (and with Democrats highly invested in continuing to prop up the Obama myth unlikely to stop it) the nations of the middle east have arrived at Decision time. They pretty much have four choices 1.    Form an alliance with Iran: Iran is about to become … Continue reading Four Choices Left for Middle East Nations post Obamanukes

Iranian, or any Nuclear Threat in the Modern World

By Timothy Imholt As a nation we have long depended on early warning systems like RADAR to tell us of incoming threats. This started during World War 2 when advances the first RADAR systems in the world warned Great Britain of incoming German airplanes allowing the British to put their defensive aircraft exactly where they … Continue reading Iranian, or any Nuclear Threat in the Modern World

The Saudi’s start acting like it’s a Crisis

Duncan:  It doesn't have to be public as long as everybody knows Yes Minister:  Party Games 1984   This weekend everyone was all a twitter about the Saudi's intention to arm themselves with Nuclear Weapons to answer the Obama enabled mullahs of Iran. But unlike the Iranians who decided to develop their own program the … Continue reading The Saudi’s start acting like it’s a Crisis

The Bush years vs the Obama Years Compare & Contrast: Iran

The first in an occasional series of simple comparisons between the Bush and Obama Years. Both George Bush & Barack Obama Claimed their goal was to deny a Nuclear Weapon to Iraq.  Let's see how they compare By the end of the Bush Years Iran not only had sanctions but had US Ground forces to … Continue reading The Bush years vs the Obama Years Compare & Contrast: Iran

Tom Cotton vs Barack Obama on Iran is Abe Lincoln vs Lyndon Johnson

For where your treasure is, there also will your heart be. Luke 12:34 One more thing about Tom Cotton co on Iran vs Barack Obama & Co on Iran.  Their positions & actions remind me of two other US pols from history. Barack Obama move on Iran reminds me of Lyndon's Johnson's on the Civil … Continue reading Tom Cotton vs Barack Obama on Iran is Abe Lincoln vs Lyndon Johnson

Why the left so hates the Tom Cotton and his Letter

It is almost a week since the Tom Cotton's open letter to Iran signed by 47 republicans was published yet judging by the Washington Post piece on Friday The spirit of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney’s opinion in the 1857 Dred Scott decision — that blacks “had no rights which the white man was bound to … Continue reading Why the left so hates the Tom Cotton and his Letter

The Missing word from the Bibi Critiques

The outcry from Democrats and the media (but I repeat myself) over the speech by Prime Minister Netanyahu was incredible. One of the reasons of course is the contrast between our own leadership I had been in assuming that this was going to be some cheap, catchpenny display. This was, as I said on Twitter … Continue reading The Missing word from the Bibi Critiques

The Problem isn’t that it’s true the problem is it’s believable

Once you start reading the story concerning President Obama threatening to shoot down Israeli airplanes if they tried to hit Iranian nuke site it doesn't take much time to decide it has problems. For a start the source is a Palestinian news agency quoting a paper in Kuwait.  Not one of the more reliable information … Continue reading The Problem isn’t that it’s true the problem is it’s believable

DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Tim Imholt & DaPanel now available

Did you miss last week's show with Tim Imholt on the Iran Bomb & his candidacy? Well it's available here. Or perhaps you missed the 2nd hour with Da Magnificent Panel With Tim, Yid with Lid and Maxine Baptiste You can listen to that here. As always our panel had pieces to recommend: Yid with … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Tim Imholt & DaPanel now available

Saudis & Israelis and the Iranian Reality Bomb

five minutes’ genuine toothache would reveal the romantic sorrows for the nonsense they were. C. S. Lewis The Screwtape Letters XIII Jane Sharpe:  What do you think I am, Molly?  A wh... Molly:  A whore? That's the word you're looking for.   I'm a whore, Jane.   An honest one. You are dishonest. Sharpe's Revenge … Continue reading Saudis & Israelis and the Iranian Reality Bomb

The Only Standard to judge if the Iran deal is a Good one for the United States

An awful lot of words are going to be said about the Iranian Nukes deal in the next few days. Quite a few well be said by me based on my reading of the deal and what I think our goals  as the United States and the leader  (assuming we still are) of the free world … Continue reading The Only Standard to judge if the Iran deal is a Good one for the United States

There are some issues concerning Iranian talks

The Christian Science Monitor reports: Hope for swift progress on a nuclear deal with Tehran faded dramatically today, as world powers presented Iran with a list of stringent demands to curb its uranium enrichment but offered little sanctions relief in return. I don't think we should worry if the talks are going slow, after all … Continue reading There are some issues concerning Iranian talks

Evolution you can believe in Obama and Israel

You know how the subject of Gay Marriage comes up that the word is the President maintains that he is s against Gay Marriage. It caused me to make this conclusion: His “opposition” to gay Marriage only helps him among blacks because they think he is telling the truth. His “opposition” to gay marriage doesn’t … Continue reading Evolution you can believe in Obama and Israel

Egypt and test of democracy

Things continue to get more and more volatile in Egypt. Egypt has had a long-term relationship with the US and has received Billions each year as a bribe to keep the peace with Israel US ally. Egypt has also been a dictatorship that Mubarek and his clan has ruled for 40 years and this rule … Continue reading Egypt and test of democracy

Morning Joe and the “evolving” conventional wisdom on Iran

I hate conventional wisdom, because it means nothing, it is like a poll, its what some people say "everybody" thinks at a given moment. Over the last few years we have been told that a military strike against Iran would inflame the Arab Street, how it would destabilize the entire area. How nobody would be … Continue reading Morning Joe and the “evolving” conventional wisdom on Iran

I swear I didn’t see the Wikileaks documents…

....before I said this: China is fine with both North Korean proliferation and development of nuclear weapons and lo and behold what do the wikileaks reveal? China is aiding in nuclear proliferation: Documents reveal China's role in shipments of nukes to Iran So much for the "China has its own Islamic militants so they aren't … Continue reading I swear I didn’t see the Wikileaks documents…

Iran injects fuel into first reactor, nothing to see here.

The economy is driving this election but the world's crises haven't taken the election off: Iran began loading fuel into the core of its first atomic power plant on Tuesday, moving closer to the start up of a facility that leaders have touted as defying of international efforts to curtail the country's nuclear ambitions. So … Continue reading Iran injects fuel into first reactor, nothing to see here.