February 14, 2014

Obama Policy Boosts Economy -- Iran's

Paul Mirengoff, Power Line

The Associated Press

President Obama has done little, if anything, positive for the U.S. economy. Growth has been anemic, about half of what economists (including his own) expected from the recovery. The jobs situation remains fairly grim. Debt continues to balloon.

But Obama has helped boost another economy — Iran’s.

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Nuclear Weapons, Sanctions, Iran, Barack Obama

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

February 14, 2014
Why It's Good Western Business Is Eyeing Iran
Cornelius Adebahr, GPS
Iran may be continuing its global charm offensive, but the U.S. government is still having trouble selling changes in Iran policy to an American audience. more ››
February 3, 2014
How Obama Won the War on Iran Sanctions
Stacy Kaper, Nat'l Journal
A month ago, the president was on the outs -- even among Democrats. Today, he’s quelled critics and getting his chance to make negotiations work. more ››
February 7, 2014
Fallacies of the Iran Deal Fantasy
Amir Taheri, New York Post
As Iran and the 5+1 “big powers” prepare for a new round of nuclear negotiations, Tehran is attracting new support from unexpected quarters in Washington. The lobbyist-in-chief is President Obama who, in his State of the ... more ››
February 6, 2014
Obama's Dangerous Iran Game Becoming Clear
Peter Foster, Telegraph
It is pretty clear the game that is being played here. On sanctions, on time frames the goalposts are shifting as many sceptics predicted they would. more ››
February 2, 2014
Obama and Iran in Business
Jerusalem Post
The early bird really does catch the worm and, mindful of that, European firms are rushing with headlong alacrity to do deals with Iran. more ››