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Podcast on Advanced Nuclear Reactors

The demand for energy in the United States is expected to keep growing in the coming decades. The Department of Energy considers nuclear energy to be an option to help meet this increased demand without producing air pollution. 52 more words


Robert Sheer: The Terror America Wrought

This week marks the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Japan. To begin the acknowledgement of that atrocity, Truthdig reprints this August 2007 piece by our editor-in-chief, Robert Scheer. 904 more words

Military Madness

This Is What Will Happen if Congress Blows Up the Iran Nuclear Deal

By most accounts, the fevered debate in Washington over the Iran deal is little more than a ritual game. Republicans in Congress and on the campaign trail are railing against the pact, which makes for a politically simpler target than either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton — for the moment. 2,531 more words


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Once again I must point out that His Oneness, Sec. Moniz and Sec. Kerry could not negotiate their way out of a wet paper bag with instructions printed on the inside.   102 more words

Iran Nuke - 2 Months From When?

There’s one of those “little things” that bother me that has been, well, bothering me.

For most of the last 3 or 4 months of “negotiations” with Iran over their nuclear bomb program, we’ve been hearing that Iran is “2 months away form a nuclear bomb”. 1,263 more words

Political Current Events

The Iran Deal Isn't Anything Like Nixon Going to China

Analogies, Sigmund Freud once wrote, decide nothing, but they can make one feel more at home. President Obama is explicitly comparing his diplomatic triumph with Iran to President Nixon’s opening to China in 1972. 707 more words

Middle East