The legislation is intended to curtail the pervasiveness of the transnational drug trade and trafficking by making it easier for U.S. law enforcement officials to identify and target source-nation traffickers.
This is a bad deal for America, our allies and the entire world. I refuse to vote in favor of a deal which enables an evil state like Iran to proliferate nuclear weaponry while continuing its belligerency and perversion of religion and government.
If we ratchet them up, and get our allies to ratchet those sanctions up, you can bring Iran to its knees where it cannot financially function.
Today, Congress has taken a step to take power back and restore accountability. The REINS Act forces congressional review.
This is just another reason congress should kill the deal as soon as possible.
Marino signed a letter with 18 Republican Members of the Judiciary Committee pressing AG Lynch for answers on the President’s “unprecedented clemency program.”
With all due respect sir, I think that the administration is avoiding this because of its propensity to want amnesty the way that it does.
When the world’s most untrustworthy leaders hail a deal like this it makes Neville Chamberlain look like a tough guy.
We are seeking to end the ‘too big to fail’ modus operandi as well as the susceptibility for financial institutions to look towards the treasury and taxpayers for bailouts.
Puerto Rico’s problems did not occur overnight and neither will a solution, especially from Washington