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US commander: Iran's behavior hasn't changed since nuclear deal

Mar 09, 2016

The top U.S. military commander overseeing the Middle East said Tuesday that despite the nuclear deal, Iran shows no signs of altering its destabilizing behavior.

"There are a number of things that lead me to personally believe that, you know, their behavior is not — they haven't changed any course yet," said Army Gen. Lloyd Austin, commander of U.S. Central Command, at a Senate hearing.

Obama’s legacy: Trump and the renaissance of Western fascism

With his term in office running out, Obama, who’s spent the past seven years worrying more about his “legacy” than his policies, would like to be remembered for his presidential Kodak moments – the Obamacare, the wonderful speeches, the ‘legacy deals’ with the leaders in Cuba and Iran, and of course his partnership with Putin in pursuit of “peace in our time” in Syria.

Obama’s legacy: Trump and the rebirth of fascism

With his term in office running out, Obama, who’s spent the past seven years worrying more about his “legacy” than his policies, would like to be remembered for his presidential Kodak moments – the Obamacare, the wonderful speeches, the ‘legacy deals’ with the leaders in Cuba and Iran, and of course his partnership with Putin in pursuit of “peace in our time” in Syria.

What Middle East are we to Expect in 2016?

Iran is now behaving like another Israel but much larger and even more ambitious and expansionist; it is hell-bent on re-drawing the borders of its neighbouring countries, deciding the limits of their sovereignty, fabricating and imposing their leaders and then lecturing about ‘human rights’, defining ‘terrorism’ the way it pleases, expropriating Islam and offering its ‘services’ to world powers as a regional client.

Iran unveils new underground missile site

Jan 05, 2016

05-01-2016: Iran unveiled a new underground missile depot on Tuesday with state television showing Emad precision-guided missiles in store which the United States says can carry a nuclear warhead and violate a 2010 U.N. Security Council resolution.

The defiant move to publicize Iran’s missile program seemed certain to irk the United States as it plans to dismantle nearly all sanctions on Iran under a breakthrough nuclear agreement.