Nuclear Weapons

South Korean intelligence officials reported recently that North Korea is preparing for a new nuclear test. If true, it would mark Pyongyang’s third nuclear detonation since 2007, when it agreed to end its nuclear program...
Today, I delivered remarks on the House floor this week, calling for a change in Senate rules to dispense with the 60-vote threshold that has thus far prevented Senate disapproval of President Obama’s Iran Deal. I am ...
Last week's Iran rally on the Capitol Lawn showed how passionate Americans are about protecting our country. As the keynote speakers, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump gave great speeches explaining exactly why this deal is so bad...
I think of all the things that concerns my constituents and the people I talked to during August about this deal, it's Iran's long history of supporting terrorism, including attacks on the United States and our allies. It is...
Seventy years ago, World War II ended and one reason was the use of the Atom Bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. As time fades and those who were more directly affected by this decision are dying out, the debate continues...
Yesterday, I joined colleagues in submitting a resolution disapproving of the Iran nuclear agreement under the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015.
Powerline Blog had an interesting article detailing John Kerry's misrepresentation of facts dealing with the Iran deal.
Obama and Kerry showed their disdain for Congress and the American people by taking the Iranian deal to the UN first.
Last Tuesday, President Obama announced that he reached a “historic” nuclear deal with Iran. The only thing historic about this deal is how dangerous it is for the United States.
A little over a month ago, five Senate colleagues and I sent a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry requesting information about the ongoing delay of the annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices.
The ink has not even dried on the President’s reckless nuclear deal with Iran and Tehran is already testing the limits.
There are five entities that have mischief and aggression on their minds--of course, ISIS, Iran, Russia, North Korea, and China.
This week is a somber week for our nation. September 11th reminds us of the sacred responsibility we in Congress have to protect the American people from those who want to kill us. That is why we must oppose the Iran deal....
This Obama Iranian Nuclear Deal is a bad deal. It keeps getting worse. The more you hear about the deal, the less confident you are. I'll tell you the discussions of the inspection regime, they're classified, but they...
The world's current largest sponsor of terrorism is responsible for supplying the implements to kill Americans in the Middle East conflicts. The agreement itself permits Iran's 19,000 enriching centrifuges to continue...
Yesterday I introduced a resolution, S. Res. 238, defining the start of Congress’ 60-day review period and detailing flaws within the submittal of the agreement.
It seems the Iranians are not the only ones we can't trust. Apparently, there are some secret side deals with Iran concerning inspections of their nukes . The administration conveniently withheld this from Congress.Susan...
After missing multiple deadlines, President Obama announced last week that a deal had been reached with Iran during nuclear negotiations.
Negotiators are on the threshold of finalizing a historic nuclear deal with Iran, diplomats said Sunday as they tried to reach consensus on a few outstanding issues that have caused the talks to drag on past one deadline...
Today, I issued the following statement on the House’s passage of legislation that would allow Congress to review any agreements relating to Iran’s nuclear program:

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