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The End of a Road “Paved With Good Intentions” – Part 1

The End of a Road “Paved With Good Intentions” – Part 1

  When I was in eighth grade our Social Studies class performed a mock session of the United Nations as an assignment. Each person was to be a delegate from a member nation and we were allowed about two weeks for research before the mock session. The students were given the assignments by the luck […]

Could the Nork Nuke Be Nothing?

Could the Nork Nuke Be Nothing?

  Put your tin foil hat on.   Ever since the 2006 nuclear test, I have paid close attention to the three nukes that North Korea has detonated. My eyes squint a bit, my head cocks to the side, and my brain says, “Something’s not right.” The first nuclear test, in 2006, created a 4.1 […]

Is Obama Playing Chicken With Our Nukes?

Is Obama Playing Chicken With Our Nukes?

  An editorial in the March 11, 2012 edition of the New York Times, which addresses the Obama Administration’s approach to nuclear weapons, asserts that if “this country can wean itself from its own dependence, it will be safer and will have more credibility in its efforts to contain the nuclear ambitions of Iran, North […]

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