Sen Tom Cotton

Tom Cotton: the rising star of the Republican Party?

Philip Buck, KTHV

The state of Arkansas once again has a major player in the U.S. political landscape. Freshman Senator Tom Cotton made international headlines with his letter to Iran and seems to be embracing his role as a polarizing newcomer in the U.S. Senate.

Sen Tom Cotton: 'no regrets at all' on Iran Letter

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Cotton told CBS’s “Face the Nation” Sunday that he has “no regrets at all” and accused President Obama of “not negotiating for the hardest deal possible.” He argued that if Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry are trying to drive the toughest possible deal, they would be glad to point to Cotton’s letter — which 46 other Senate Republicans signed — to gain leverage in the talks.

The #47Patriots

The 47 Republicans who wrote the open letter to the Iranian leaders are right on the substance, and they are by no means out of the mainstream in publicly disagreeing with the President and letting our erstwhile opponents know of their opposition. The difference here is that this time congressional opponents of a president’s foreign policy are trying to stop the president from making a bad deal for America, instead of encouraging the enemy to hold out for one. If you use social media we urge you to include the hashtag #47Patriots in all of your posts, tweets and messages to show your support for the 47 Senators who stood against Obama's secret deal to allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons.


Ian Hanchett, Breitbart

Middle East war vet Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) said that President Obama calling terrorism “violent extremism” was him “underestimating our enemies, just like when he called the Islamic State the JV team.”