I used to think that increased immigration, arguments about gender parity and pro-choice and LGBT communities' rights posed very big threats to conservatives in the United States. They do, as is the case, but not to that extent as I used to imagine before and keen readers can understand why it is so by following what I am going to write. However, my primary argument here is to relate Indian psychology with its economics.
There have been some attacks on Christians in India in recent days. I tell you, Indian Christians in post-independence India have done very little to deserve wrath from any quarter. In fact, even during the British rule they had little blame to share exclusively as many people from all religious, caste, and regional identities were tacit or overt supporter of colonial rule. Thus Indian Christians, as a group, cannot be solely blamed for supporting British out-of-the-way in its dominion.
Secretary Kerry while speaking during his press availability in Sharm el-Sheikh said on Iran, "Nothing in our deliberations is decided until everything is decided. And the purpose of these negotiations is not just to get any deal; it is to get the right deal. President Obama means it when he says, again and again, that Iran will not be permitted to get a nuclear weapon. Now sanctions alone can't achieve that. We need a verifiable set of commitments. And we need an agreed-upon plan that obviously provides the access and the opportunity to be able to know what is happening so that you can have confidence that the program is, indeed, peaceful."