Browsing All posts tagged under »Nuclear Threat«

What, Me Worry?

December 2, 2014 by


By Peter Huessy ~ The newest from the Washington Post’s Walter Pincus (“Old Nukes and Old Thinking”, The Washington Post, November 17, 2014), on why nuclear deterrent modernization is not needed is that the nukes we have are old and so is our nuclear strategy. He claims both modernization and our strategy can as a […]

Obama Wants Iran To Have Nukes

October 8, 2014 by


By Alan Caruba ~ The President’s lack of attention and indifference to years of intelligence reports and analysis is leading to a potential horror in which Iran fulfills its quest to make its own nuclear weapons. It already has the missile capacity to deliver them throughout the Middle East and to Europe. On October 6th […]

The Dogs Of War Are Barking

March 8, 2013 by


By Alan Caruba ~ On March 5 the following were headlines and links on The Drudge Report and, when you put them together they add up to the greatest potential for World War III that the world has seen in a while. # WAR DRUMS: KERRY WARNS IRAN ON BRINK… # ‘Challenging moment with great […]

Watch Iranium the Movie Free!

February 11, 2011 by


Click here to  Watch Iranium the movie Free!. This is a very limited time offer. The Iraniun movie is 56 minutes long and well worth watching. If you prefer an abbreviated trailer of only 1 minute 51 seconds long click here: IRANIUM – Movie Trailer … The above links will open up in a new […]

The Hippy Dippy Doomsday Clock

January 21, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba Largely unnoticed was the January 14 announcement by the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists that they had moved the hands of their imaginary Doomsday Clock back to six minutes from five minutes before the end of the world. Whoopee. Created in 1945, the clock has been adjusted only eighteen times prior to the […]

Scud In A Bucket

April 9, 2009 by


Conn Carroll. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates budget proposal includes a $1.4 billion cut to missile defense. In The American Legion Magazine Heritage analyst James Carafano outlines just one reason such cuts will leave America more vulnerable: Today, the nature of a nuclear threat is different. The United States is less concerned about massive retaliation […]