Without answering to the public, the 115th Congress; in an ongoing charade; violates the United States Constitution by taking public Money to fund a project which no one in Congress has even discuss voting on. It becomes clear that the persons in voting positions in both Houses of 115th Congress are much more comfortable deceiving the public and violating the Constitution than they are at honestly talking about a project they are participating in by funding that with public money. The JCPOA worked out between Obama and Iran stipulates the U.S. will pay its way to participate in the agreement. The United Nations, in regular six-month progress reports open for public review, confirms that the U.S. continues to pay its way. What the U.S. Congress is paying for is the ongoing, without boundaries, U.S. commercial facilitation of Iranian acquisition of nuclear weapons associated assets stipulated by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as being necessary to keep a close watch on if these are ever released; and that these assets should not be released if there is a concern that such might fall into the hands of terrorists. An essential aspect of this project is that the U.S. Government concedes to Iran that the IAEA is prevented from reviewing any of these U.S. Government facilitated Iranian acquisitions of nuclear weapons associated assets; and the U.S. Government thereby assists in preventing the IAEA from inspecting. This current 115th Congress, as all United States national level Congresses have always been required; this Congress is required not only to account for the public Money it is extracting from the Treasury; this current 115th Congress must also be able to show it has a law to justify this extraction. The Congress has presented no law to support this outrageous U.S. assistance to the Iranian Government in acquiring its nuclear weapons assets, courtesy of U.S. Although Congress is required by the Constitution to vote on an appropriations bill to justify extraction of public Money: Congress has never voted, and has no law to show for itself justifying or accounting for the Citizen's payments to support this illicit Government venture in support of continuing U.S. facilitation of the Government of Iran's acquisitions of nuclear weapons associated assets. These are some of the aspects which are discussed and documented in the three examinations presented in this writing. "What do I ask myself, on this Yom Hashoah" asks, among other things, why the U.S. Government would choose to favor a State openly expressing xenophobic ambitions to destroy populations which that theocratic Government of Iran feels belong to a religion the Government of Iran feels as obnoxious. "Embezzlement Supplants Representation" discusses the fear that the 115th Congress presents to the public in its refusal to even discuss a vote on what this Congress continues to unconstitutionally fund without a law to support the extravagance. "Mining Milling Mythology" examines how denizens of the Congress construct fables out of thin air which pretend that IAEA inspections in some areas are ongoing – when no provision for such pretend inspections was ever agreed upon by Iran, and none have been carried out or even attempted.