Browsing All posts tagged under »Nuclear Disarmament«

Trump Doesn’t Want Small-Ball Nuke Deals. Here Are 3 Reasons He’s Right.

October 4, 2019 by


By James Carafano ~ Voices are clamoring for President Donald Trump to make small nuclear deals with Iran and North Korea. All the arguments for doing so are bad. For Trump, making a small, unserious deal goes against his gut instinct. If there’s one thing he has consistently demonstrated as president, it’s that he knows […]

Nuclear Fairy Tales

August 3, 2017 by


By Peter Huessy ~ The complex subject of nuclear deterrence is the subject of a new essay by a young, non-nuclear expert, a Terrell Jermaine Starr, writing for Foxtrot Alpha. The work is unfortunately such an extraordinary mash of errors, distortions, and incomprehensible assertions that it needs a strong rebuttal. The author starts with a […]

Obama’s No First Use Proposal

August 17, 2016 by


By Herbert London ~ When President Obama received his Nobel Prize, he argued that he would regard nuclear proliferation as his primary challenge. This is hardly surprising since even as a Columbia College student he advocated a nuclear free world – a position consistent with the idealism of a student who knew very little about […]

To Push No Nukes Agenda, Obama Mulls An End Run

August 16, 2016 by


By Dr. Peter Brookes ~ It’s said that nothing focuses the mind like a deadline – including the end of the second term of a presidential administration. For Team Obama, it’s legacy time. The White House is in a sprint to get all those tough “to-do’s” done before the clock runs out on eight years […]

Folding Up Our Nuclear Umbrella

April 28, 2016 by


By Peter Huessy ~ There is a growing fear that North Korea’s development and testing of nuclear weapons could trigger the use of nuclear weapons for the first time in seventy years. But the catalyst to such a catastrophe may be not actions by North Korea but an ill-considered decision by the United States. In […]

New Nuke Nonsense

March 2, 2013 by


By Peter Brookes ~ You can only imagine how President Obama’s speechwriters must have been scrambling to reconcile their boss’ expected big pitch on new nuclear-disarmament initiatives and the North Korean nuclear test the day before the State of the Union address. The test was not exactly what Team Obama or his supporters in the […]

Students Discover Our New Nuclear Policy

April 22, 2010 by


By Tom McLaughlin “The administration has announced a new policy on America’s use of nuclear weapons,” I told the class. “We won’t be the first to use them in a conflict with another nation, he said. And, we won’t retaliate with nuclear weapons if we’re attacked by a country which is using other WMD, or […]

Tick, Tick, Tick

April 12, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt TonyfromOz prefaces ….. This story is gaining traction, even here in Australia. Greg Sheridan on another leader who prefers declarations to deeds – and dangerously so: BARACK Obama is a wonderfully gifted showman. And what a splendid show he’s put on this past week or so concerning nuclear weapons. First came the […]

Obama’s Incremental Surrender

April 8, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba Since taking office on January 20, 2009, President Obama has engaged in one form of incremental surrender and betrayal after another, letting our allies know the United States is not to be trusted to protect them and our enemies know they need only wait for our troops to depart. The latest tiny […]

A Boy President Plays With Nukes

July 7, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt TonyfromOz prefaces ….. Remember that hackneyed old phrase you heard from all beauty contestants during the interview. What would you most like in your life ….. and the answer always seemed to be ‘World Peace’. Well, Mister President, be the President, not a beauty pageant contestant. I’m not sure I feel safer […]