Tweets of the Day: Marie Harf slam-dunks critics of Obama’s Iran policy

Good thing she’s on our side.

Gravitas.
Gravitas.

One of the joys of the Obama administration is its hip, savvy web and social media presence.  The president has used Twitter a number of times to bestow on others – people, national monuments – the honor of being commemorated with images of him.  (See here and here, among others.)  He also performed in a social-media video – of himself, snapping selfies in the White House – as a way of encouraging social-media mavens to visit the Obamacare website, something no other high public official has done, as far as we’re aware.

Then there was Michelle Obama’s unforgettable tweet in May 2014, urging the Nigerian terrorist gang Boko Haram to #BringBackOurGirls.

As a foreign policy measure, that worked about as well as former State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki posing in March 2014 for a Twitter selfie, with a sign reading #UnitedForUkraine.  Her alternate, Marie Harf, posed with a similar sign at the time. Continue reading “Tweets of the Day: Marie Harf slam-dunks critics of Obama’s Iran policy”

The four basic reasons the framework ‘agreement’ with Iran is bad; with bonus new problem!

A non-framework non-agreement that’s bad and getting worse.

Arak plutonium reactor complex.
Arak plutonium reactor complex.

New post up at Liberty Unyielding.  Enjoy!

An Iranian nuclear weapons program in what used to be ‘Syria’

Enlarging the footprint of the prohibited and frozen Iranian nuclear program.

Hezbollah: the victors of the Battle of Qusayr - site of a suspected nuclear facility - celebrate in 2013. (Image via Mondoweiss)
Hezbollah: the victors of the Battle of Qusayr – site of a suspected nuclear facility – celebrate in 2013. (Image via Mondoweiss)

New post up at Liberty Unyielding.  Enjoy!