In a nuclear exchange, “give me liberty or give me death” means much more death than our founding fathers could have imagined. A state may win a nuclear war, but it loses its soul.
Coining a clever euphemism and co-opting a key nuclear term aid pro-nuclear forces in furthering their agenda.
Embracing Armageddon, as well as creating the conditions for it, is blatantly un-Christian
Nuclear watchdog seeks to stop nuclear weapons where they begin — in the construction of the nuclear pits that house the chain reaction.
“If you’re really pro-life, do me a favor—don’t lock arms and block medical clinics. If you’re so pro-life, lock arms and block cemeteries.” Who said it?
Is Countdown to Zero about nonproliferation for all — or just those with brown skin? Who or what mounts the frontlines of disarmament? Countdown to Zero, disarmament groups, the Obama administration?
Opinions about using the bomb were solicited from Manhattan Project scientists — but not heeded.
Republicans are holding out for even more nuclear funds than the 15% increase to which Obama has already committed. In delaying START ratification, Republicans are sacrificing national security in order to lard their larders with more pork.
Is it true that a nuclear weapons program is the way for a small state to level the playing field with a larger state in one fell swoop?
Would President Obama respond to a nuclear attack — whether from another country or terrorists — with one of our own? When it comes to against whom to retaliate and how, a nuclear-terror attack presents an almost insoluble dilemma.