Iran’s terror master is dead, and the US economy is alive

Soleimani, head of the Quds Force of the Revolutionary Guard, was a ruthless terrorist responsible for the deaths of hundreds of Americans. He commanded Iran’s aggressive, hegemonic, revolution-exporting policy throughout the Middle East. He masterminded the 2011 plot to blow up the Saudi ambassador (and collateral diners) at a restaurant in Washington. He had just returned from Lebanon, where he oversaw Hezbollah’s murderous mayhem. He exacerbated Syria’s appalling civil war. And he was openly in Iraq — how come? — where he partnered with terrorists who had just assailed the U.S. Embassy. He traveled the Middle East like some sort of pasha, confident that although U.S. presidents had the ability to target him, they lacked the will.

Until now…


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