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Silencing the United States as It Prepares for War, by John Pilger

Protest has died and has been replaced with propaganda. From John Pilger at informationclearinghouse.com:

Returning to the United States in an election year, I am struck by the silence. 525 more words

Foreign Policy

The U.S. is still using floppy disks to run its nuclear program

Source: CNN

By James Griffiths, CNN

Want to launch a nuclear missile? You’ll need a floppy disk.

That’s according to a new report by the U.S. 201 more words

The Muslim Times

NASA Destroying Asteroids With Nuclear Missiles, Monitoring Russian Satellites Among US Plans For Space Emergency

Source: IBT Times


The U.S. Department of Defense is working with the intelligence community to develop a plan in the event of a Chinese or Russian attack on American space satellites. 279 more words

The Muslim Times

President Obama Will Bring a Mixed Nuclear Message to Hiroshima

Source: Time

President Obama will end his Presidency pretty much the same way he began it: with a call to the world to rid itself of nuclear arms—this time at Hiroshima, the site of the first atomic weapon used in war. 351 more words


Obama to Become First Sitting US President to Visit Hiroshima

Source: ABC News


President Obama will become the first sitting U.S. president to visitHiroshima when he travels to Japan later this month, the White House announced this morning. 198 more words


Race for Latest Class of Nuclear Arms Threatens to Revive Cold War

The United States, Russia and China are now aggressively pursuing a new generation of smaller, less destructive nuclear weapons. The buildups threaten to revive a Cold War-era arms race and unsettle the balance of destructive force among nations that has kept the nuclear peace for more than a half-century. 2,064 more words

Daily News

Reassessing an American cowboy: Thoughts on Reagan’s unexpectedly complex legacy

By Matthew E. Milliken
April 1, 2016

This week, I stumbled upon “Reconstructing Ronald Reagan,” a 2007 article that Russell Baker wrote for  822 more words