Tag: Iran

Iran Gains Power in America’s Backyard

Last week five Iranian gasoline tankers moved into a Venezuela port.  With an estimated value of $45 million, this shipment will provide about one month’s supply of rationed gasoline for a nation that desperately needs it.  Unfortunately, after President Nicolas…

Hezbollah Operating Within The U.S.

Counter terrorism is not about defeating terrorism;  it is about constricting their operating environment, it is about making it harder for them to do what they want to do at every level:  conducting operations, procuring and transferring false documents, ferrying…

South America is Imploding

Nicaragua is close to following Venezuela down the rabbit hole.  According to a Time magazine correspondent living there, it is in “in full cardiac arrest.” Since April protesters have taken over cities, set up roadblocks and attacked pro-government forces.  The…

Sacrificed on the Alter of Globalism

Have you wondered why the drive-by media played up James Comey’s testimony before the House Foreign Affairs Committee like it was a revelation from God? Could it be that they wanted to divert your attention away from the testimony of…

Can We Survive Iran?

In December 2016, the leaders of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards threatened to intervene in Bahrain and Yemen. Bolstered by Syria’s victory in Aleppo, with the assistance of sectarian militia of Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Hezbollah and Russia, Iranian Brigadier General Ramadan Shariff…

Iran and the Bomb

Many countries have nuclear weapons, and many more want them. Only one, though, has its neighbors and the world terrified. That country is Iran. Why is everyone so concerned? Because the Islamic theocracy has repeatedly threatened to destroy Israel, sponsors…