Nuke the Iranian Nuke-Pact

Congress has until October 18 to stop President Obama from implementing the Iranian nuke-pact.  If it doesn’t, a draft lawsuit is on tap that could be invoked by victims of Iranian-funded terrorism, enjoining Obama from releasing sanctions. This approach would be preferable to their becoming dependent upon passage of legislation designed to prevent Obama from waiving or lifting sanctions as part of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) until Iran pays them restitution, because this bill -- on the voting-calendar for September 29 -- would probably not be passed by a veto-proof margin, even were it to survive a senatorial filibuster. Also, state-level litigation is being contemplated, seeking to maintain sanctions regardless of the pact, despite -- or perhaps due to -- its approval by the U.N. Security Council. Demands for such action abound. It is preferable, however, that both houses of Congress act in concert, for they have “standing,” as per a...(Read Full Article)