Missile Defense – Alive and Well, and Eyeing Ohio

By: Saturday August 9, 2014 12:48 pm

Here are two questions you will not often hear from your average American: How large a threat is Iran’s fictional ICBM arsenal, and what is the Pentagon doing to protect us from this imaginary threat? I am pleased to report our government is working on the answers. They are, in order, “worryingly grave” and “send more money and we’ll get back to you.”


North Korea Tells Foreigners to Evacuate South Korea for Safety, Missile Launch Planned

By: Tuesday April 9, 2013 9:25 am

With weeks of threats the North Koreans seem to be finally hitting the “put or shut up” level as the international community mostly shrugs the rogue state off. North Korea has now told foreigners in South Korea to take safety measures, claiming to not want to be held responsible for any non-South Koreans and Americans it would hurt in any possible attack.

New START Ratified by Senate; Broader Nuclear Disarmament Vision Looks Unlikely

By: Wednesday December 22, 2010 12:25 pm

The Senate is about to vote on the new START nuclear arms reduction treaty with Russia, and all expectations are that the treaty will pass. This caps off a very productive lame duck session with a major foreign policy victory for the Obama Administration.

Prague Treaty Ratification Kicks Off in May

By: Thursday April 8, 2010 3:01 pm

I have trouble counting to 8 – the number of Republicans who would be needed for passage. And that’s assuming that hawkish types like Joe Lieberman and Jim Webb don’t bolt.

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