Tag: Defense

The Obama administration has gone ballistic to appease Iran

October 07, 2016

The Obama administration has done just about everything possible to appease Iran. Now they’ve gone ballistic. Read More

Statement on Secret Ransom Agreements with Iran

September 30, 2016

“This story grows more disturbing with each passing day." Read More

President Obama has failed our military and veterans

September 28, 2016

Tonight, President Obama is participating in a CNN Townhall to tout his record on supporting the military and our veterans. But don’t be fooled—he’s failed miserably on both fronts. Read More

Why does the White House oppose bipartisan Syrian sanctions?

September 26, 2016

The administration opposes our bipartisan bill to sanction the Assad regime. What's their excuse? https://t.co/xeHwXJAKpI pic.twitter.com/TSJnPqbozB Read More

Speaker Ryan Meets With Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

September 22, 2016

“The alliance we’ve built with Australia over the past seven decades is stronger than ever." Read More

Ryan urges White House to stop interfering with bipartisan Syria sanctions bill

September 22, 2016

"I am calling on the White House to let Democrats work with us to pass these sanctions in short order." Read More

Ryan accuses the Obama administration of coddling Iran

September 22, 2016

Speaker Ryan called out the Obama administration for coddling Iran with unprecedented cash ransom payments in exchange for unjustly detained Americans. Read More

VERIFIED: The Curious Case of the Iran Payments

September 20, 2016

The ongoing eight-month saga over the curious case of the Obama administration’s payments to Iran has raised more question than answers. Read More

Ryan to Obama: Implement Sanctions Against North Korea

September 15, 2016

"This administration’s continued policy of strategic patience is clearly not working. We need concrete action, and we need concrete action soon." Read More

Here’s how we stop future ransom payments to Iran:

September 14, 2016

Call it whatever you’d like—leverage, a settlement, a coincidence, a quid pro quo—but the American people aren’t fooled. This was the textbook definition of ransom, plain and simple. Read More