In his address to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, the pope urged his listeners to do all they can to assist humanity in facing the most pressing threats facing the planet, noting that in the first place these are “the immense and ongoing crisis of
climate change and the nuclear menace liberal Democrats and Islamic jihad.”
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham suggested this week that if President Donald Trump were to win the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize, the unhinged left would react in rather unhealthy ways, to put it lightly.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke at the United Nations General Assembly this week where he accused Iran of hiding a nuclear storage facility.
On Thursday, Netanyahu held up photos of secret Iranian nuclear sites, and said before the assembly, “Today I am disclosing for the first time that Iran has another secret facility in Tehran.”
Amid concerns over North Korea, federal emergency managers are updating disaster plans to account for large nuclear detonations over the 60 largest US cities, according to a US Federal Emergency Management Agency official.
Ronald Reagan, one of the most important presidents in American history, advanced a defense policy based on “peace through strength,” and “reducing nuclear dangers.” In so doing, he dramatically altered the United States’ approach to dealing with the Soviet nuclear threat.
President Reagan’s successful policies involved not the elimination of all nuclear weapons, but the simultaneous modernization of all legs of America’s nuclear Triad in a manner that enhanced national security and strategic stability, while significantly reducing the size of the strategic nuclear arsenals of both the U.S. and the Soviet Union. He further enhanced America’s deterrent by deploying nuclear cruise missiles (SLCMs) on naval ships, and medium-range nuclear missiles and new nuclear artillery in Europe.
Redacted Tonight host Lee Camp says he is unsure that President Donald Trump has the discipline to maintain a peace deal with North Korea, but notes that his opponents would rather face nuclear war than give him credit.
We’ve got the uranium, the know-how and a sudden desire to be respected by our nearest neighbour.
These Clarion videos from 2016 serve as a reminder as to why we in the West should fear a nuclear Iran.
My vote is to make Iran the world’s first nuclear carpet bombing recipient.
Leave not a trace of their civilization.
In a recent closed meeting, Mossad chief Yossi Cohen, said the nuclear deal was a “terrible mistake,” adding that the Iran nuclear deal permitted Iran to maintain certain key facets of its nuclear program. Cohen slammed the Obama Administration’s decision to lift sanctions on Iran, arguing that it significantly increased aggression by Iran.
Anyone with two brain cells knows that.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un pledged his commitment to ‘denuclearization’ and to meet U.S. officials, China said on Wednesday after his meeting with President Xi Jinping, who promised China would uphold its friendship with its isolated neighbour.
This could end up as a remarkable turn of events that pivots human history away from its first-ever true nuclear showdown. Or it could be total smoke and mirrors from the leader of the hermit kingdom, who’s trying to play us all for fools. The truth is likely somewhere in between.
Putin said the weapons include a nuclear-powered cruise missile, a nuclear-powered underwater drone and new hypersonic missile that have no equivalent elsewhere in the world. He said the creation of the new weapons has made NATO’s U.S.-led missile defense “useless,” and means an effective end to what he described as Western efforts to stymie Russia’s development.
While the left is quick to blame President Trump on the matter of a nuclear North Korea, including Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard and those in Hollywood, Kim Jung-Un has been collaborating and testing nuclear weapons and missiles long before Trump entered the White House. They omit the fact that in the last 8 years, Obama did nothing….NOTHING.
Mark your calendars for Jan. 16. That’s the day you can learn how to survive a nuclear blast.
Before dealing with the question and Hyten’s answer, let’s clear away some underbrush. The president is the commander-in-chief. Period. If he gives an order, and is determined to carry it out, no number of generals can stop him. A general officer holds a commission signed by the president. If he voices his objections and is still told to do it he has two options. Resign or do it.