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Story 1: Tyrant Obama Pays $400,000,000 Ransom/Bribe for 4 Hostages Held By Radical Islamic Terrorist Regime in Iran — Making Americans Targets For Kidnapping Worldwide — Iran Takes 3 More Hostages — A Failed Incompetent Presidency — Videos

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U.S. Sent Cash to Iran as Americans Were Freed

Obama administration insists there was no quid pro quo, but critics charge payment amounted to ransom
By JAY SOLOMON and CAROL E. LEE
Updated Aug. 3, 2016 12:01 a.m. ET
2402 COMMENTS
WASHINGTON—The Obama administration secretly organized an airlift of $400 million worth of cash to Iran that coincided with the January release of four Americans detained in Tehran, according to U.S. and European officials and congressional staff briefed on the operation afterward.

Wooden pallets stacked with euros, Swiss francs and other currencies were flown into Iran on an unmarked cargo plane, according to these officials. The U.S. procured the money from the central banks of the Netherlands and Switzerland, they said.

The money represented the first installment of a $1.7 billion settlement the Obama administration reached with Iran to resolve a decades-old dispute over a failed arms deal signed just before the 1979 fall of Iran’s last monarch, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.

Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian, center, with family members in Germany after his release from prison in Iran in January. ENLARGE
Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian, center, with family members in Germany after his release from prison in Iran in January. PHOTO: KAI PFAFFENBACH/REUTERS
The settlement, which resolved claims before an international tribunal in The Hague, also coincided with the formal implementation that same weekend of the landmark nuclear agreement reached between Tehran, the U.S. and other global powers the summer before.

“With the nuclear deal done, prisoners released, the time was right to resolve this dispute as well,” President Barack Obama said at the White House on Jan. 17—without disclosing the $400 million cash payment.
Senior U.S. officials denied any link between the payment and the prisoner exchange. They say the way the various strands came together simultaneously was coincidental, not the result of any quid pro quo.

“As we’ve made clear, the negotiations over the settlement of an outstanding claim…were completely separate from the discussions about returning our American citizens home,” State Department spokesman John Kirby said. “Not only were the two negotiations separate, they were conducted by different teams on each side, including, in the case of The Hague claims, by technical experts involved in these negotiations for many years.”

But U.S. officials also acknowledge that Iranian negotiators on the prisoner exchange said they wanted the cash to show they had gained something tangible.

Sen. Tom Cotton, a Republican from Arkansas and a fierce foe of the Iran nuclear deal, accused President Barack Obama of paying “a $1.7 billion ransom to the ayatollahs for U.S. hostages.”

“This break with longstanding U.S. policy put a price on the head of Americans, and has led Iran to continue its illegal seizures” of Americans, he said.

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Since the cash shipment, the intelligence arm of the Revolutionary Guard has arrested two more Iranian-Americans. Tehran has also detained dual-nationals from France, Canada and the U.K. in recent months.

At the time of the prisoner release, Secretary of State John Kerry and the White House portrayed it as a diplomatic breakthrough. Mr. Kerry cited the importance of “the relationships forged and the diplomatic channels unlocked over the course of the nuclear talks.”

Meanwhile, U.S. officials have said they were certain Washington was going to lose the arbitration in The Hague, where Iran was seeking more than $10 billion, and described the settlement as a bargain for taxpayers.

Iranian press reports have quoted senior Iranian defense officials describing the cash as a ransom payment. The Iranian foreign ministry didn’t respond to a request for comment.

The $400 million was paid in foreign currency because any transaction with Iran in U.S. dollars is illegal under U.S. law. Sanctions also complicate Tehran’s access to global banks.

“Sometimes the Iranians want cash because it’s so hard for them to access things in the international financial system,” said a senior U.S. official briefed on the January cash delivery. “They know it can take months just to figure out how to wire money from one place to another.”

The Obama administration has refused to disclose how it paid any of the $1.7 billion, despite congressional queries, outside of saying that it wasn’t paid in dollars. Lawmakers have expressed concern that the cash would be used by Iran to fund regional allies, including the Assad regime in Syria and the Lebanese militia Hezbollah, which the U.S. designates as a terrorist organization.

MULTITRACK DIPLOMACY

July 2012 U.S. and Iran begin secret negotiations in Oman to resolve the nuclear dispute.
September 2013 President Barack Obama has 15-minute phone call with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
November U.S., Iran and world powers reach interim nuclear agreement that includes release of $700 million a month in frozen Iranian assets.
November 2014 Swiss invite Iran and U.S. to secret talks aimed at freeing Americans jailed in Tehran.
July 2015 Iran, U.S. and other powers reach landmark nuclear agreement to constrain Tehran’s nuclear program.
Jan. 16, 2016 Iran, U.S. and world powers formally implement nuclear deal.
Jan. 17 White House and State Department simultaneously announce prisoner swap and settlement of financial dispute that awards $1.7 billion to Tehran. Iran announced them separately.
July Iran announces arrest of third Iranian-American, after acknowledging two others held.
The U.S. and United Nations believe Tehran is subsidizing the Assad regime’s war in Syria through cash and energy shipments. Iran has acknowledged providing both financial and military aid to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and deploying Iranian soldiers there.

But John Brennan, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, said last week that there was evidence much of the money Iran has received from sanctions relief was being used for development projects. “The money, the revenue that’s flowing into Iran is being used to support its currency, to provide moneys to the departments and agencies, build up its infrastructure,” Mr. Brennan said at a conference in Aspen, Colo.

The U.S. and Iran entered into secret negotiations to secure the release of Americans imprisoned in Iran in November 2014, according to U.S. and European officials. Switzerland’s foreign minister, Didier Burkhalter, offered to host the discussions.

The Swiss have represented the U.S.’s diplomatic interests in Iran since Washington closed its embassy in Tehran following the 1979 hostage crisis.

Iranian security services arrested two Iranian-Americans during President Obama’s first term. In July 2014, the intelligence arm of Iran’s elite military unit, the Revolutionary Guard, detained the Washington Post’s Tehran bureau chief, Jason Rezaian, and charged him with espionage.

A fourth Iranian-American was arrested last year. A former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, Robert Levinson, disappeared on the Iranian island of Kish in 2007. His whereabouts remain unknown.

The Swiss channel initially saw little activity, according to these officials. But momentum shifted after Tehran and world powers forged a final agreement in July 2015 to constrain Iran’s nuclear program in return for the lifting of most international sanctions. A surge of meetings then took place in the Swiss lakeside city of Geneva in November and December.

The U.S. delegation was led by a special State Department envoy, Brett McGurk, and included representatives from the Central Intelligence Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to U.S. and European officials. The Iranian team was largely staffed by members of its domestic spy service, according to U.S. officials.

The discussions, held at the InterContinental Hotel, initially focused solely on a formula whereby Iran would swap the Americans detained in Tehran for Iranian nationals held in U.S. jails, U.S. officials said. But around Christmas, the discussions dovetailed with the arbitration in The Hague concerning the old arms deal.

The Iranians were demanding the return of $400 million the Shah’s regime deposited into a Pentagon trust fund in 1979 to purchase U.S. fighter jets, U.S. officials said. They also wanted billions of dollars as interest accrued since then.

President Obama approved the shipment of the $400 million. But accumulating so much cash presented a logistical and security challenge, said U.S. and European officials. One person briefed on the operation joked: “You can’t just withdraw that much money from ATMs.”

Mr. Kerry and the State and Treasury departments sought the cooperation of the Swiss and Dutch governments. Ultimately, the Obama administration transferred the equivalent of $400 million to their central banks. It was then converted into other currencies, stacked onto the wooden pallets and sent to Iran on board a cargo plane.

On the morning of Jan. 17, Iran released the four Americans: Three of them boarded a Swiss Air Force jet and flew off to Geneva, with the fourth returning to the U.S. on his own. In return, the U.S. freed seven Iranian citizens and dropped extradition requests for 14 others.

U.S. and European officials wouldn’t disclose exactly when the plane carrying the $400 million landed in Iran. But a report by an Iranian news site close to the Revolutionary Guard, the Tasnim agency, said the cash arrived in Tehran’s Mehrabad airport on the same day the Americans departed.

Revolutionary Guard commanders boasted at the time that the Americans had succumbed to Iranian pressure. “Taking this much money back was in return for the release of the American spies,” said Gen. Mohammad Reza Naghdi, commander of the Guard’s Basij militia, on state media.

Among the Americans currently being held are an energy executive named Siamak Namazi and his 80-year old father, Baqer, according to U.S. and Iranian officials. Iran’s judiciary spokesman last month confirmed Tehran had arrested the third American, believed to be a San Diego resident named Reza “Robin” Shahini.

Friends and family of the Namazis believe the Iranians are seeking to increase their leverage to force another prisoner exchange or cash payment in the final six months of the Obama administration. Mr. Kerry and other U.S. officials have been raising their case with Iranian diplomats, U.S. officials say.

Iranian officials have demanded in recent weeks the U.S. return $2 billion in Iranian funds that were frozen in New York in 2009. The Supreme Court recently ruled that the money should be given to victims of Iranian-sponsored terror attacks.

Members of Congress are seeking to pass legislation preventing the Obama administration from making any further cash payments to Iran. One of the bills requires for the White House to make public the details of its $1.7 billion transfer to Iran.

“President Obama’s…payment to Iran in January, which we now know will fund Iran’s military expansion, is an appalling example of executive branch governance,” said Sen. James Lankford (R., Okla.), who co-wrote the bill. “Subsidizing Iran’s military is perhaps the worst use of taxpayer dollars ever by an American president.”

http://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-sent-cash-to-iran-as-americans-were-freed-1470181874

Obama paid $400M ‘ransom’ to Iran

The Obama administration quietly shipped $400 million stacked on wooden pallets in an unmarked plane to Iran in January — just as Tehran was releasing four Americans who had been detained there, according to a report.

The huge cash load represented the first payment of a $1.7 billion debt that Iran, at an international tribunal in The Hague, claimed it was owed over a failed 1979 arms deal signed before the fall of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, according to a report bythe Wall Street Journal Tuesday night.

The Obama administration was accused Tuesday night of making the cash-for-hostages deal by timing the payout to the release — but US officials said the money was simply part of settling the nearly 40-year-old debt under the terms of the historic nuclear agreement hammered out in 2015.

“As we’ve made clear, the negotiations over the settlement of an outstanding claim . . . were completely separate from the discussions about returning our American citizens home,” State Department spokesman John Kirby told the Journal.

“Not only were the two negotiations separate, they were conducted by different teams on each side, including, in the case of The Hague claims, by technical experts involved in these negotiations for many years.”

However, US officials did admit that Iran wanted the cash in exchange for the Americans so Tehran could say it got something out of the detainees’ release, according to the Journal.

When President Obama talked about the release on Jan. 17, he said, “With the nuclear deal done, prisoners released, the time was right to resolve this dispute as well.”

But he never mentioned the $400 million ­simultaneous payment.

US prisoners held by Iran included Saeed Abedini, Nosratollah Khosravi, Amir Hekmati, a former Marine, and Washington Post reporter Jason ­Rezaian.

The money was paid in euros and other currency acquired from the central banks of the Netherlands and Switzerland, since making a transaction with Iran in American dollars is illegal under US law.

A GOP opponent of the Iran nuke deal, Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas, accused Obama of shelling out “a $1.7 billion ransom to the ayatollahs for US hostages,” the Journal reported.

“This break with long-standing US policy put a price on the head of Americans, and has led Iran to continue its illegal seizures” of Americans, Cotton said.

Former Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio tweeted the report Tuesday, saying, “Obama administration sent plan[e] load of cash to #Iran as ransom as part of deal on hostages. Just unreal.”

The US has long had a policy against paying ransom for hostages. In 2015, though, the Obama administration relaxed that policy after the seizures of Americans by ISIS, saying it would not prosecute captives’ relatives who wished to pay ransoms on their own. The government, in fact, will even help families communicate with militants.

Observers fear, though, that paying ransom only encourages more hostage-taking for profit.

Since the payment of the $400 million in January, two Iranian-Americans have been held by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.

http://nypost.com/2016/08/03/us-sent-400m-to-iran-as-us-detainees-were-freed-report/

List of Islamic Terror Attacks

List of Islamic Terror:
Last 30 Days

This is part of the list of Islamic terror attacks maintained by TheReligionofPeace.com.

During this time period, there were 141 Islamic attacks in 22 countries, in which 1165 people were killed and 1803 injured.

(TROP does not catch all attacks. Not all attacks are immediately posted).

Date Country City Killed Injured Description
2016.08.02 Libya Benghazi 23 20 Twenty-three lives are lost to a Fedayeen suicide bomber in a residential area.
2016.08.01 Pakistan Quetta 2 0 Two Hazara religious minorities are brutally gunned down on the street.
2016.08.01 Afghanistan Kabul 1 4 A guard is killed during a suicide assault on a foreign guesthouse.
2016.07.31 Somalia Mogadishu 10 15 At least ten are killed when religious hardliners launch a suicide attack on a police building.
2016.07.31 Iraq Kirkuk 5 2 ISIS members enter the control room for a pumping station and shoot five employees to death.
2016.07.28 Afghanistan Pashtunkot 1 0 A 22-year-old woman is shot to death for ‘having relations’ with a man over the phone.
2016.07.28 Iraq Mosul 14 0 Five women and a child are among fourteen civilians executed by firing squad for trying to flee the caliphate.
2016.07.27 Syria Qamishli 67 185 Women and children are among over sixty innocents blown apart by two Fedayeen suicide bombers.
2016.07.27 Pakistan Gothki 1 1 Two Hindu teens are set upon by a Muslim mob angered over an alleged Quran ‘desecration’ elsewhere.
2016.07.27 Iraq Shula 3 15 Three people are killed when a suicide bomber on foot detonates in a Shiite neighborhood.
2016.07.27 Iraq Youssifiyah 3 9 Three shoppers are blown to bits by a well-placed bomb at a mall.
2016.07.27 Iraq Rashidiya 3 0 Militant Sunnis shoot three people to death.
2016.07.27 Iraq Saydiya 2 5 Sectarian Jihadis place a bomb outside a row of shops that kills two bystanders.
2016.07.27 Yemen Marib 8 15 Shiite militia place a bomb at a packed market that kills eight patrons.
2016.07.27 Pakistan Lassan Nawab Sahib 1 0 A 15-year-old girl is strangled by her conservative uncle for having a boyfriend.
2016.07.27 Syria Bukamal 4 0 Four people are beheaded for helping families escape the caliphate.
2016.07.27 Iraq Baghdad 5 7 Shiites are suspected of sending mortars into a displaced persons camp, killing a woman and four children.
2016.07.26 Iraq Abu Ghraib 1 4 A Shiite is laid out by a Sunni bomb blast near a hospital.
2016.07.26 Iraq Shirqat 5 0 An ISIS bomb targeting fleeing families takes out a mother and her four daughters.
2016.07.26 Pakistan Saddar 2 0 Two security personnel are machine-gunned in their vehicle by Tehreek-e-Taliban.
2016.07.26 France Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray 1 1 Muslim radicals take hostages at a church and slit the throat of an 84-year-old priest.
2016.07.26 Somalia Mogadishu 13 5 At least thirteen people are killed by two suicide bombers near an airport and UN building.
2016.07.25 Iraq Baghdad 9 26 Bomb blasts in three different commercial areas produce nine Iraqi corpses.
2016.07.25 Egypt al-Arish 1 0 A young police officer is assassinated by ISIS.
2016.07.25 Syria Khaldiya 2 4 A woman and her young son are disassembled by al-Nusra shrapnel.
2016.07.25 Iraq Rashad 3 0 A little girl is among three members of a family burned alive for trying to flee the caliphate.
2016.07.25 Iraq Mosul 23 0 The Islamic State beheads two dozen young Iraqis.
2016.07.25 Iraq Khalis 16 41 At least sixteen others are incinerated by a suicide car bomber, including women and children packed onto a minibus.
2016.07.25 Nigeria Adayohor 10 3 Fulani gunmen murder ten villagers.
2016.07.25 Thailand Yala 1 1 A 42-year-old man is ambushed and killed by suspected Muslim ‘separatists’.
2016.07.25 Thailand Pattani 2 0 Two hunters are slain on their way home by Muslim terrorists.
2016.07.24 Nigeria Mbagbe 1 2 A 45-year-old farmer is beheaded by Muslim terrorists.
2016.07.24 Afghanistan Kot 1 0 An ‘apostate’ is shot in the head and thrown into a ravine.
2016.07.24 Iraq Baghdad 21 35 An Islamic State suicide bomber detonates in a Shiite neighborhood, obliterating twenty-one souls including women and children.
2016.07.24 Syria Damascus 8 16 Jaish al-Islam lob a mortar into a restaurant, taking out eight patrons.
2016.07.24 Germany Ansbach 0 15 A Syrian ‘asylum seeker’ detonates a nail-packed suicide bomb at a wine bar outside a music festival.
2016.07.24 Iraq Abu Ghraib 3 11 Mujahideen bomb a popular market, taking out three patrons.
2016.07.23 CAR Ngakobo 3 3 Three villagers are cut down in their own homes by Muslim militia gunmen.
2016.07.23 Iraq Baghdad 3 13 Two planted bombs kill three Iraqis.
2016.07.23 Iraq Sharqat 11 9 A suicide bomber targets families fleeing the caliphate, killing eleven members.
2016.07.23 Iraq Sharqat 2 10 Caliphate bombers obliterate two children.
2016.07.23 Iraq Osaji 1 1 An ISIS IED takes out a 10-year-old girl.
2016.07.23 India Furkian 1 2 A border guard is dropped by Islamic snipers.
2016.07.23 Afghanistan Kabul 81 231 Three suicide bombers massacre more than eighty innocents at a mass Shiite demonstration.
2016.07.22 Syria Aleppo 11 44 A child and two women are among seven civilians laid out by Sunni shrapnel.
2016.07.22 Iraq Kirkuk 1 0 A suspected homosexual is flung from a rooftop in the caliphate.
2016.07.22 Yemen Aden 1 0 A clergyman is shot to death by Religion of Peace rivals outside his mosque.
2016.07.22 Syria Damascus 1 0 Caliphate members shoot a man in the back of the head for ‘insulting Allah’
2016.07.21 Libya Sirte 1 0 A photojournalist is picked off by an ISIS sniper.
2016.07.21 Iraq Mosul 2 0 Two ‘terrified’ men are beheaded by the caliphate.
2016.07.21 Afghanistan Qalay-i-Zal 1 4 Taliban gunmen fire into a group of police, killing one.
2016.07.21 Iraq Shaab 1 6 A Mujahideen bomb blast outside a row of shops leaves one dead.
2016.07.20 Iraq Mosul 12 0 A dozen brave women hold a protest against the caliphate and are quickly gunned down.
2016.07.20 Syria Handarat 1 0 A video shows the beheading of a boy at the hands of Sunni ‘rebels’.
2016.07.20 Yemen Aden 4 6 Four security personnel are murdered by an ISIS bomber.
2016.07.20 Iraq Ninawa 2 0 Two men are beheaded in front of children by the Islamic State.
2016.07.19 Iraq Jadha 33 0 Thirty-three civilians are executed in cold blood by the Islamic State.
2016.07.19 Saudi Arabia Jizan 3 0 Three Saudis lose their lives to a rocket fired by Shiite radicals.
2016.07.19 France Garda-Colombe 0 4 A mother and her three young daughters are stabbed by a Muslim man during breakfast for not being sufficiently clothed.
2016.07.19 Mali Nampala 17 35 An al-Qaeda linked group claims an assault on a local security camp that leaves seventeen others dead.
2016.07.18 Nigeria Sha 2 0 A village leader and his driver are murdered by Fulani terrorists.
2016.07.18 Pakistan Doag Dara 7 3 Seven members of a peace committee are pulverized by a Taliban IED.
2016.07.18 Pakistan Chota Lahore 1 0 A secular politician is shot to death in his car by Sharia proponents.
2016.07.18 Iraq Rathba 3 5 Three people are leveled by a suicide bomb blast.
2016.07.18 Germany Wuerzburg 0 5 A ‘refugee’ with an axe hacks at people on a train while screaming ‘Allah Akbar’.
2016.07.18 Pakistan Marghuzar 1 0 Suspected militants kill a rival prayer leader inside a mosque.
2016.07.18 Kazakhstan Almaty 4 0 An extremist shouting praises to Allah murders a civilian and three policemen.
2016.07.18 Yemen Mukalla 10 18 Ten people are blown to bits by a suicide car bomber.
2016.07.18 Yemen Hajr 1 19 At least one other person is killed by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
2016.07.18 Syria Aleppo 3 15 Sunnis send rockets into a residential neighborhood, taking out a child and two women.
2016.07.17 India Kawari 1 0 A civilian is gunned down at close range by Islamic militants.
2016.07.17 Bangladesh Ektarpur 0 3 Two elderly women are among three religious minorities hacked in the beds by machete-wielding extremists.
2016.07.17 Egypt Tahna al-Gabal 1 1 One member is slain when a Coptic family is attacked by a Muslim mob armed with knives.
2016.07.16 Syria Saikol 24 0 Dozens of Kurdish civilians, including women and children, are brutally stabbed to death by Islamic State members.
2016.07.16 Iraq Taji 3 6 Mujahideen detonate a bomb outside a market that leaves three dead.
2016.07.16 Kazakhstan Kyzylorda 1 0 Two Islamic radicals kill a woman.
2016.07.16 Syria Aleppo 5 9 Two brothers are two women are among five civilians ripped to shreds by Sunni shrapnel.
2016.07.16 Pakistan Multan 1 0 A model is strangled to death by her brother after offending religious conservatives.
2016.07.16 Afghanistan Kabul 1 2 A bomb attached to a vehicle kills one and injures two.
2016.07.16 Iraq Tal Abta 5 0 Five civilians are burned alive in cages by Islamic State members.
2016.07.15 Nigeria Oke-Ogun 1 0 A Fulani man beats a shepherd to death and credits Allah.
2016.07.15 Iraq Quayyarah 22 0 Twenty-two people are taken to a swamp and executed by the Islamic State.
2016.07.15 Kenya al-Wak 4 0 Four Kenyans lose the lives to an al-Shabaab ambush.
2016.07.15 India Kulgam 1 7 A terrorist lobs a grenade into a group of policemen, killing one.
2016.07.14 France Nice 84 202 A Muslim migrant mows down eighty-four Bastille Day revelers (including ten children) with a truck while shouting praises to Allah.
2016.07.14 Iraq Taji 3 4 Three Iraqis are blown to bits by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
2016.07.14 Iraq Meshahda 1 5 One other person is killed by a suicide bomber.
2016.07.14 Philippines Manilop 3 0 Three off-duty soldiers are ambushed and killed by Abu Sayyaf while buying food.
2016.07.14 Pakistan Bashirabad 1 0 A traffic cop is gunned down by religious radicals.
2016.07.14 Bangladesh Krishnarampu 1 0 An imam’s throat is slit at his home by Religion of Peace rivals.
2016.07.13 Iraq Baqubah 2 0 Two people are killed in their own home by a suicide bomber.
2016.07.13 Iraq Quayyarah 1 2 A well-placed ISIS bomb takes out a journalist.
2016.07.13 Iraq Baghdad 4 16 Two separate Mujahid blasts leave four dead.
2016.07.13 Iraq Rashidiya 7 11 Seven Iraqis are laid out by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
2016.07.13 Syria Aleppo 1 0 A teenager is disassembled in his own home by a Sunni rocket.
2016.07.12 Nigeria Kangarwa 2 7 A Boko Haram attack leaves two others dead.
2016.07.12 Iraq Mahmoudiya 3 10 Three shoppers are sectionalized by a Religion of Peace bomb blast at an outdoor market.
2016.07.12 Nigeria Akombo 5 0 A school principal is among five villagers murdered by Fulani terrorists.
2016.07.12 Philippines Tipo-Tipo 1 5 One person is taken out by an Abu Sayyaf IED.
2016.07.12 Pakistan Faisalabad 1 0 A Christian family man is murdered in a targeted attack by Muslim kidnappers.
2016.07.12 Iraq Baghdad 12 37 A dozen people at a vegetable and fruit market are reduced to pulp by a Shahid suicide bomber.
2016.07.11 Pakistan Orangi 1 1 A woman is shot dead by her conservative brother-in-law for ‘bringing dishonor’ to the family.
2016.07.11 Somalia Lanto Buro 11 6 At least eleven others are killed by a Fedayeen suicide car bomber.
2016.07.11 Somalia Mogadishu 1 6 An al-Shabaab bomb blast claims one life.
2016.07.11 Pakistan Parachinar 1 0 A young tribal leader is tortured and murdered by suspected militants.
2016.07.11 Iraq Qayara 9 0 Women and the elderly are among nine members of two families dragged from their homes and executed by ISIS.
2016.07.11 India Keran 1 2 A border guard is murdered by Muslim terrorists.
2016.07.11 Nigeria Paikoro 11 0 Eleven people in two villages are hacked to death by Fulani terrorists.
2016.07.11 Iraq Nineveh 4 0 Four doctors are beheaded by the Islamic State.
2016.07.10 Nigeria Benue 81 0 The death toll from two weeks of rolling Fulani attacks on peaceful farming communities rises to over 80.
2016.07.10 Syria Aleppo 5 61 al-Nusra members sends a barrage of explosives into a residential neighborhood, laying out five civilians.
2016.07.10 Afghanistan Kandahar 3 6 Three children are ripped apart by Taliban shrapnel.
2016.07.10 Syria Raqqa 5 0 Five civilians are beheaded in front of their families by the Islamic State.
2016.07.10 Iraq Fallujah 46 0 Forty-six Sunnis are burned alive by Hashd al-Shaabi, a Shiite militia.
2016.07.10 India Kashmir 3 96 At least three security personnel are killed by a Muslim mob, angered over the death of a terrorist.
2016.07.09 Mali Koro 2 0 Two guards at a checkpoint are machine-gunned point-blank by suspected Jihadis.
2016.07.09 Pakistan Islamabad 1 1 The wife of a Shiite cleric is gunned down in a targeted attack.
2016.07.09 Iraq Riyadh 3 0 Three Kurdish brothers are executed by the Islamic State.
2016.07.09 Iraq Kirkuk 2 2 ISIS is suspected of a home invasion in which a moderate cleric and his family member are killed.
2016.07.09 Nigeria Rann 7 0 Boko Haram invade a village, stealing food and gunning down seven residents.
2016.07.09 Libya Sirte 7 3 A secret ISIS prison is unearthed with seven bodies and three surviving torture victims.
2016.07.09 Bangladesh Kajura 0 1 A Catholic nurse is set on fire by suspected Religion of Peace operatives.
2016.07.09 Nigeria Abuja 1 0 A female pastor is hacked to death by Muslim radicals who left her severed head on a Bible.
2016.07.08 Syria Tel Abyad 10 11 Women and children are among ten taken out by an ISIS suicide bombing at a popular market.
2016.07.08 Syria Aleppo 34 200 al-Nusra members send shells into a populated area, killing thirty-four civilians.
2016.07.08 Nigeria Damboa 9 12 A suicide bomber strikes a rival mosque, killing at least nine.
2016.07.07 Libya Benghazi 12 35 A dozen souls are sent to Allah by a Shahid suicide bomber.
2016.07.07 Iraq Balad 56 70 Fifty-six pilgrims are blown up by a Sunni suicide bomb attack on a Shiite shrine.
2016.07.07 Bangladesh Sholakia 4 12 A police officer is hacked to death and a woman is among four total killed by an Islamist attack during Eid prayers
2016.07.06 Iraq Mosul 6 0 Six people are beheaded by a Sharia court.
2016.07.06 Yemen Aden 25 8 al-Qaeda suicide bombers take out over two dozen local soldiers.
2016.07.06 Afghanistan Sancharak 4 1 Four family members are wiped out by a Shahid suicide bomber.
2016.07.06 Syria Aleppo 3 3 Three civilians are flattened by a Sunni mortar barrage.
2016.07.06 Syria al-Zahraa 2 6 Two children are turned to paste by a Sunni rocket.
2016.07.06 India Vijaywada 1 0 A teen is honor-killed by her conservative Muslim mother for having an affair with a Hindu boy.
2016.07.05 Thailand Pattani 1 3 A bomb planted by Muslim militants in front of a police station leaves one dead.
2016.07.05 Thailand Bannang Sata 1 0 Militant Muslims launch a grenade from an M79 in front of a mosque, killing a passerby.
2016.07.05 Indonesia Surakarta 0 1 A suicide bomber detonates in front of a police station.
2016.07.05 Syria Um al-Housh 40 0 Women and children are among forty civilians captured and ‘mercilessly’ executed by the Islamic State.
2016.07.05 Somalia Galcad 2 0 Two staffers at a telecommunication company are beheaded by al-Shabaab.
2016.07.05 Syria Hassakeh 30 40 A suicide bomber massacres thirty innocents outside a Shiite bakery.
2016.07.05 Thailand Songkhla 1 2 Muslim ‘insurgents’ place a bomb that kills one other person.
2016.07.05 Iraq Saidiya 3 12 Jihadis send mortars into a displaced persons camp, killing three.
2016.07.05 Syria Raqqa 4 0 Four popular soccer players are forced to kneel and then shot in the head by caliphate members in front of children.
2016.07.05 DRC Tenambo 9 0 Nine Christian villagers are murdered by ADF Islamists.

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BY: ROBERT KRAYCHIK AUGUST 3, 2016

Hillary Clinton called for raising taxes on the “middle class” while campaigning on Monday in Omaha, NE. Joined by left-wing Democrat billionaire Warren Buffett, she received applause from those in attendance.

“Because while Warren is standing up for a fairer tax code, Trump wants to cut taxes for the super-rich,” said Clinton. “Well, we’re not going there, my friends. I’m telling you, right now – we’re going to write fairer rules for the middle class and we are going to raise taxes on the middle class!”

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Presumably a slip of the tongue, Clinton’s comment came amid broader Marxist-themed demagoguery about forcing “the wealthy” to “pay their fair share” of taxes.

Buffet was praised for comments he made in 2012 where he claimed to pay a lower percentage of his income as federal tax than his secretary, feeding into the Occupy Wall Street movement’s class warfare narratives.

No comments were made about the approximately 45% of Americans who do not pay federal income taxes. In 2014, between 51 and 55 percent of total federal income taxes were paid by individuals earning $250,000 or more.

Clinton did not articulate any limiting principle as to what share of GDP should be composed of governmental spending. No upper limit for taxation was articulated, either.

 

Details and Analysis of Hillary Clinton’s Tax Proposals

January 26, 2016

Key Findings:

  • Hillary Clinton would enact a number of tax policies that would raise taxes on individual and business income.
  • Hillary Clinton’s plan would raise tax revenue by $498 billion over the next decade on a static basis. However, the plan would end up collecting $191 billion over the next decade when accounting for decreased economic output in the long run.
  • A majority of the revenue raised by Clinton’s plan would come from a cap on itemized deductions, the Buffett Rule, and a 4 percent surtax on taxpayers with incomes over $5 million.
  • Clinton’s proposals to alter the long-term capital gains rate schedule would actually reduce revenue on both a static and dynamic basis due to increased incentives to delay capital gains realizations.
  • According to the Tax Foundation’s Taxes and Growth Model, the plan would reduce GDP by 1 percent over the long-term due to slightly higher marginal tax rates on capital and labor.
  • On a static basis, the tax plan would lead to 0.7 percent lower after-tax income for the top 10 percent of taxpayers and 1.7 percent lower income for the top 1 percent. When accounting for reduced GDP, after-tax incomes of all taxpayers would fall by at least 0.9 percent.

Over the past few months, former Secretary of State and Senator Hillary Clinton has proposed a number of new and expanded government programs.[1] In order to pay for these new or expanded services, she has proposed raising and enacting a number of new taxes. Her plan would increase marginal tax rates for taxpayers with incomes over $5 million, enact a 30 percent minimum tax (the Buffett Rule), alter the long-term capital gains tax rate schedule, and limit itemized deductions to a tax value of 28 percent. Her plan would also restore the estate tax to its 2009 parameters and would limit or eliminate other deductions for individuals and corporations.

Our analysis finds that the plan would increase revenue by $498 billion over the next decade. The plan would also increase marginal tax rates on both labor and capital. As a result, the plan would reduce the size of gross domestic product (GDP) by 1 percent over the long term. This reduction in GDP would translate into 0.8 percent lower wages and 311,000 fewer full-time equivalent jobs. Accounting for the economic effects of the tax changes, the plan would end up increasing federal tax revenues by $191 billion over the next decade.

Details of the Plan

Individual Income Tax Changes
  • Creates a 4 percent “surcharge” on high-income taxpayers, which effectively adds an additional marginal tax rate of 43.6 percent for taxable income over $5 million and a 24 percent top marginal tax rate for qualified dividend and long-term capital gain income (Table 1).[2]
Table 1. Tax Brackets under Hillary Clinton’s Tax Plan
Ordinary Income Capital Gains and Dividends Single Filers Married Filers Head of Household
10% 0% $0 to $9,275 $0 to $18,550 $0 to $13,250
15% 0% $9,275 to $37,650 $18,550 to $75,300 $13,250 to $50,400
25% 15% $37,650 to $91,150 $75,300 to $151,900 $50,400 to $130,150
28% 15% $91,150 to $190,150 $151,900 to $231,450 $130,150 to $210,800
33% 15% $190,150 to $413,350 $231,450 to $413,350 $210,800 to $413,350
35% 15% $413,350 to $415,050 $413,350 to $466,950 $413,350 to $441,000
39.6% 20% $415,050 to $5 million $466,950 to $5 million $441,000 to $5 million
43.6% 24% $5 million and above $5 million and above $5 million and above
  • Enacts the “Buffett Rule,” which would establish a 30 percent minimum tax on taxpayers with adjusted gross income (AGI) over $1 million. The minimum tax would phase-in between $1 million and $2 million of AGI.
  • Caps all itemized deductions at a tax value of 28 percent.
  • Adjusts the schedule for long-term capital gains by raising rates on medium-term capital gains to between 27.8 percent and 47.4 percent (Table 2).
Table 2. Top Marginal Long-Term Capital Gains Tax Rate Schedule under Hillary Clinton’s Tax Plan
Years Held Marginal Tax Rate Net Investment Income Tax Surtax on incomes over $5 million Combined Rate on Capital Gains
Less than One

39.6%

3.8%

4%

47.4%

One to Two

39.6%

3.8%

4%

47.4%

Two to Three

36%

3.8%

4%

43.8%

Three to Four

32%

3.8%

4%

39.8%

Four to Five

28%

3.8%

4%

35.8%

Five to Six

24%

3.8%

4%

31.8%

More than Six

20%

3.8%

4%

27.8%

  • Limits the total value of tax-deferred and tax-free retirement accounts.*
  • Taxes carried interest at ordinary income tax rates instead of capital gains and dividends tax rates.*
  • Enacts a new $1,200 tax credit for caregiver expenses.*
Business Tax Changes
  • Eliminates the deductibility of reinsurance premiums paid by corporations to foreign subsidiaries and provides an exclusion from income for reinsurance recovered for any arrangement where the deduction was disallowed.
  • Establishes business tax credits for profit-sharing and apprenticeships.*
Other Changes
  • Restores the federal estate tax to 2009 levels. This would increase the estate tax rate to 45 percent and reduce the exemption to $3.5 million.
  • Enacts a tax on high-frequency trading, at an unspecified rate.*

Note: The asterisks (*) indicate provisions that were not modeled. For more information, see Modeling Notes, below.

Economic Impact

According to the Tax Foundation’s Taxes and Growth Model, Hillary Clinton’s tax plan would reduce the economy’s size by 1 percent in the long run. The plan would lead to 0.8 percent lower wages, a 2.8 percent smaller capital stock, and 311,000 fewer full-time equivalent jobs. The smaller economy results from somewhat higher marginal tax rates on capital and labor income.

Table 3. Economic Impact of Hillary Clinton’s Tax Proposals
GDP

-1.0%

Capital Investment

-2.8%

Wage Rate

-0.8%

Full-time Equivalent Jobs (in thousands)

-311

Source: Tax Foundation Taxes and Growth Model, October 2015.

Revenue Impact

Overall, the plan would increase federal revenue on a static basis by $498 billion over the next 10 years. Most of the revenue gain is due to increased individual income tax revenue, which we project to raise approximately $381 billion over the next decade. The changes to the estate tax will raise an additional $106 billion over the next decade. The remaining $11 billion would be raised through increased taxes on corporations.

If we account for the economic impact of the plan, it would end up raising $191 billion over the next decade. The slightly smaller economy would reduce wages, which would narrow the revenue gain from the individual income tax changes to about $173 billion and reduce payroll tax revenue by about $80 billion over the next decade.

Table 4. Ten-Year Revenue Impact of Hillary Clinton’s Tax Proposals (Billions of Dollars)
Tax Static Revenue Impact (2016-2025) Dynamic Revenue Impact (2016-2025)
    Individual Income Taxes

$381

$173

    Payroll Taxes

$0

-$80

    Corporate Income Taxes

$11

$12

    Excise Taxes

$0

-$7

    Estate and Gift Taxes

$106

$102

    Other Revenue

$0

-$8

Total

$498

$191

Note: Individual items may not sum to total due to rounding.

Source: Tax Foundation Taxes and Growth Model, October 2015.

The largest sources of revenue in the plan are the new taxes targeted at high-income taxpayers (Table 5). The introduction of the Buffett Rule, the 28 percent cap on itemized deductions, and the new 4 percent surtax on high-income taxpayers would raise about $755 billion on a static basis. On a dynamic basis they raise slightly less ($521 billion) due to their impact on the supply of labor and capital.

We estimate that Clinton’s proposal to alter the schedule for long-term capital gains would end up losing $374 billion on a static basis. The higher rate for capital gains in the medium-term (assets held between two and five years) would push people to realize their capital gains later. Overall, this would reduce the number of realizations, and even with higher rates, the policy will lose revenue.[3] Dynamically, the policy would lose slightly more revenue ($409 billion) due to its small impact on the cost of capital.

Table 5. Ten-Year Revenue and Economic Impact of the Clinton Plan by Provision (Billions of Dollars, 2016-2025)
Provision 10-Year Static Revenue Impact 10-Year Change in Level of GDP 10-Year Dynamic Revenue Impact
Enact “Buffett Rule” 30 Percent Minimum Tax on Millionaires

$321

-0.39%

$209

4 Percent Surtax on Taxpayers with Incomes over $5 Million

$141

-0.16%

$95

Restore Estate Tax to 2009 Parameters

$106

-0.10%

$76

Eliminate Deduction for Reinsurance Premiums Paid by Businesses

$11

-0.03%

$2

Cap the Tax Value of Itemized Deductions at 28 Percent

$293

-0.24%

$218

Adjusts the Schedule for Long-Term Capital Gains

-$374

-0.12%

-$409

Source: Tax Foundation Taxes and Growth Model, October 2015.

Distributional Impact

On a static basis, Clinton’s tax plan would only reduce the after-tax incomes of top-income taxpayers. Those in the top 10 percent would see a reduction in income of 0.7 percent. The top 1 percent of all taxpayers would see a 1.7 percent reduction in after-tax income.

On a dynamic basis, the plan would reduce after-tax incomes by an average of 1.3 percent. All deciles would see a reduction in after-tax income of at least 0.9 percent over the long-term. Taxpayers that fall in the bottom nine deciles would see their after-tax incomes decline by between 0.9 and 1 percent. The top 10 percent of taxpayers would see a reduction in after-tax income of 1.7 percent. The top 1 percent of all taxpayers would see the largest decline in after-tax income: 2.7 percent.

Table 6. Distributional Analysis for Hillary Clinton’s Tax Plan
Effect of Tax Reform on After Tax Income Compared to Current Law
All Returns by Decile Static Distributional Analysis Dynamic Distributional Analysis
0% to 10%

0.0%

-1.0%

10% to 20%

0.0%

-0.9%

20% to 30%

0.0%

-0.9%

30% to 40%

0.0%

-1.0%

40% to 50%

0.0%

-1.0%

50% to 60%

0.0%

-1.0%

60% to 70%

0.0%

-1.0%

70% to 80%

0.0%

-1.0%

80% to 90%

0.0%

-0.9%

90% to 100%

-0.7%

-1.7%

99% to 100%

-1.7%

-2.7%

 TOTAL FOR ALL

-0.3%

-1.3%

Source: Tax Foundation Taxes and Growth Model, October 2015.

Conclusion

Hillary Clinton would enact a number of tax policies that would raise tax revenue over the next decade in order to fund new or expanded programs. Most of her policies raise tax revenue as designed, except for her capital gains policy, which would actually end up losing revenue both on a static and a dynamic basis due to the incentives it creates to hold on to assets longer. If enacted, her tax policies would impose slightly higher marginal tax rates on capital and labor income, which would result in a reduction in the size of the U.S. economy in the long run. This would decrease the revenue that the new tax policies would ultimately collect. The plan would lead to lower after-tax incomes for taxpayers at all income levels, but especially for taxpayers at the top.

Modeling Notes

The Taxes and Growth Model does not take into account the fiscal or economic effects of interest on debt. It also does not require budgets to balance over the long term, nor does it account for the potential macroeconomic or distributional effects of any changes to government spending that may accompany the tax plan.

We modeled the revenue and economic impacts of the tax provisions outlined above except for the taxation of carried interest at ordinary income tax rates,[4] the new tax credit for profit sharing, the new credit for caregiver expenses, the IRA limitation, and the new tax on high-frequency trading. The omissions were due to either data limitations or insufficient details from the candidate. We do not model any potential transitional costs associated with the plan.

The proposal to alter the long-term capital gains schedule was modeled by taking into account behavioral effects of shareholders, who react to the higher tax rates on mid-term capital gains by delaying their realizations. We used an elasticity derived from research by the Congressional Budget Office and Joint Committee on Taxation.[5] Consistent with the Clinton campaign’s pledge not to raise taxes on households earning less than $250,000, we assumed that the new schedule for long-term gains only would apply to the top marginal tax rate of 20 percent.

We assumed that the 28 percent limitation on itemized deductions was consistent with the policy proposed by President Obama, which would limit the tax value of itemized deductions to 28 cents on the dollar.

We assumed that the reinsurance proposal was similar in content to legislation introduced by Representative Richard Neal and Senator Bob Menendez.

 


[1] “Issues.” Hillary for America. https://www.hillaryclinton.com/issues/.

[2] This excludes the impact of the 3.8 percent Net Investment Income Tax. If that surtax is included, the top tax rate on ordinary taxable income would be 47.7 percent, and the top tax rate on qualified dividends and long-term capital gains would be 27.8 percent.

[3] Alan Cole, “The Details of Hillary Clinton’s Capital Gains Tax Proposal.” Tax Foundation. July 28, 2015. http://taxfoundation.org/blog/details-hillary-clinton-s-capital-gains-tax-proposal.

[4] This proposal would raise approximately $1.3 billion per year, according to other estimates. “Estimated Budget Effects Of The Revenue Provisions Contained In The President’s Fiscal Year 2016 Budget Proposal.” Joint Committee on Taxation.https://www.jct.gov/publications.html?func=startdown&id=4739.

[5] Dowd, Tim, Robert McClelland, and Athiphat Muthitacharoen. “New Evidence on the Tax Elasticity of Capital Gains.” Joint Working Paper of the Joint Committee on Taxation and the Congressional Budget Office. June 2012.https://www.cbo.gov/sites/default/files/112th-congress-2011-2012/workingpaper/43334-TaxElasticityCapGains_0.pdf.

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