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Spy Books Worth A Damn: "Missing Man: The American Spy Who Vanished in Iran"


By Barry Meier

Farrar Straus Giroux, $27.00,  273 pp.

The American public — especially the media — tends to demand, “Who’s to blame?” when a person vanishes in a foreign land with no explanation as to why, or whether, he is being held. 198 more words

Intelligence Tradecraft

Peace Action quoted in the Associated Press, Washington Post, NY Times and Washington Times regarding Obama visit to Hiroshima

Kudos to our Senior Director for Policy and Politics, Paul Kawika Martin, for his stellar media outreach work.

The Associated Press article has a great quote by the wonderful 91 year old Hibakusha (A-bomb survivor) Sunao Tsuboi, who we had the honor of hosting at our 2002 student conference in California.  351 more words

Nuclear Weapons

TWT Column: Doctors

Below is an excerpt:


Owning a firearm is a personal choice and right afforded to us by the Second Amendment, not a symptom of a disease. 183 more words


Tatiana Branch: Pay your taxes. It's patriotic.

It’s that time of the year again — tax season — and with April 15 rapidly approaching, some Americans who belong to the upper 1 percent — the rich — are not OK with paying higher taxes. 243 more words


Washington Times caught in lies after firing columnist for confirming 2 of Ted Cruz's alleged mistresses

Tara West reports for Inquisitr, March 27, 2016, that Drew Johnson, a columnist and editorial writer at the conservative newspaper Washington Times, was abruptly fired after he admitted on Twitter that there was some truth to… 473 more words

United States

My Travel To-Do List

We all have bucket lists. Lists of things we want to do before our last day on Earth. But, I don’t like calling them “bucket lists.” Sounds as if you are counting down the days. 170 more words

Wash Times Column: Women are thwarting crime

Below is an excerpt from my second TWT gun column:

Good guys with guns aren’t the only individuals stopping bad guys with guns. Good girls with guns are thwarting crime, too.

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