Barack Obama came into office to fundamentally transform us into a nation in which all power and authority rests in a central government with a handful of elites ruling the ignorant peons. Many times, Barack Obama has shown his disdain for the American voter who he claims are “bitterclingers” who only fail to support him and his policies because it hasn’t been explained well enough for their feeble brains.
Since he assumed office, he has slowly and in plain sight federalized everything he possibly could and has ignored the Constitution at every turn. As Mark Levin said last night on The Sean Hannity Show, “we don’t have a Republic right now.” He doesn’t know what we are.
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan ordered the U.S. State Department to request that Hillary Clinton and her top aides confirm, under penalty of perjury, that they have produced all government records in their possession, return any other government records immediately, and describe their use of Hillary Clinton’s email server to conduct government business. The court issued the ruling late today after holding a status hearing in a Judicial Watch Freedom of Information lawsuit that sought records about Huma Abedin, the former Deputy Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:13-cv-01363)). The lawsuit reopened last month because of revelations about Hillary Clinton’s email records.
The text of Judge Sullivan’s minute order, which was issued at 5:46 pm:
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The countdown to Iran becoming a threshold nuclear state has begun and the world now stands at the abyss. In addition to facilitating Iranian control over Syria, Lebanon, Yemen and Iraq, handing the keys to the Persian Gulf to the Iranian mullahs, and ultimately blocking the Bab el-Mandeb Strait in the Red Sea thereby threatening global trade and the Suez Canal – Egypt’s lifeline, the recently concluded P5+1 Agreement signed in Vienna on July 14th grants Iran not one, but two paths to the bomb. Iran can get the bomb either by cheating on the Agreement or lying (as did North Korea), or it can get the bomb by keeping the deal for ten years, and then assembling it immediately afterwards.
Overall, it allows for Iran’s continuing research and development on its advanced centrifuges; sanctions relief (including the release of up to $150 billion in frozen assets with no automatic “snapback” mechanism); an end to the arms embargo against it; and no anytime, anywhere inspections.
In short, the deal does not prevent a nuclear Iran. At best, it only delays it a few years. The signatories to the Agreement walked away from virtually every key position demanding the reduction or dismantlement of Iran’s military nuclear infrastructure including its fortified Fordo facility buried under a mountain on a military base where Iran will be permitted to continue enriching uranium and developing its ability to spin faster and more advanced centrifuges. It has also backed away from UN Security Council Resolution 1696 of July 2006, which demanded that Iran suspend research and enrichment of radioisotopes, as well as U.S. demands for the dismantlement of the nuclear facilities.