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Rep. Justin Amash Votes For Pro-United Nations Resolution Urging Sanctions Against Iran

Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) voted in favor of a resolution urging crippling sanctions against the Iranian people while calling for the United Nations to play a role in toppling the Islamic Republic of Iran. House Resolution 676 (H.Res.676) was approved by every House member except for Reps. Walter Jones (R-NC) and Thomas Massie (R-KY). Those legislators are frequent associates of Amash, who decided to stray from the liberty-minded Reps and vote with the war party on this resolution. H.Res.676 “calls on all democratic governments and institutions to clearly support the Iranian people’s right to live in a free society” and… Keep Reading

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Rand Paul Slams “Warmonger” Lindsey Graham For Losing Track Of Wars

As the controversy surrounding the Niger attack escalates, Congress is again faced with the issue of war powers. While the Constitution requires a declaration of war from Congress, the federal legislative body has essentially given away this role with a blanket authorization for conflicts. This has been used and abused across administrations. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), a known supporter of endless war, was recently asked in an interview about the Niger attack. The attack is believed to have been orchestrated by the Islamic State and resulted in four soldiers being killed. What was Senator Graham’s response? He didn’t even know… Keep Reading

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Globalist Senator: Keep US In Afghanistan For Another Ten Years!

The globalists are sowing their wild oats after President Donald Trump announced a troop surge in Afghanistan. Emboldened by Trump reversing the ‘America First’ foreign policy he espoused on the campaign trail last year and embracing the foreign policy of his predecessors, warmongers such as Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) are saying that Trump needs to double-down even more on America’s longest war. Corker admitted as much to NBC journalist Chuck Todd while sitting down for a “Meet the Press” interview that aired on Sunday. The rationale Corker gave was that because Afghanistan is so poor and their gross domestic product… Keep Reading

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