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National Security in a Nuclear World

Posted by in National Defense, National Security

While nuclear utopians believe that if the U.S. reduces its nuclear arsenal other countries will follow suit, the reality is that not only have other states not done so, other nuclear powers have emerged, including India, Pakistan, and North Korea.


Anti-nuke Advocates Lie to Advance Unilateral Disarmament

Posted by in Foreign Policy, Nuclear War, Nukes

They falsely claim that it’s time to cut America’s nuclear arsenal even further, that the US nuclear arsenal is “excess”, and that the US should rely on “diplomacy, economic sanctions, and conventional deterrence” instead!


Peace Needs a Nuclear Option

Posted by in National Defense, National Security, Nukes

Addressing the Russian, Chinese, and North Korean nuclear threat must be America’s highest defense priority and merits any investment necessary.


Crunching the Numbers on Russian Nukes

Posted by in National Defense, National Security, Nukes

Although China has a much larger nuclear arsenal than the DOD and arms control advocates are prepared to admit, Russia remains the principal nuclear and geopolitical adversary of the US.


America’s Strategic Superiority Stops with START

Posted by in National Defense, National Security

Now for the first time, according to the latest New START data exchange, Russia actually has more actively deployed nuclear warheads than the U.S.


Answering the Lies of the Disarmament Crowd

Posted by in National Defense, National Security

Both Russia and China are rapidly growing, not cutting, their atomic arsenal. In these circumstances, it would be utterly suicidal for the US to cut – or neglect to modernize – its own nuclear deterrent. It would be an invitation of a nuclear first strike by Russia or China.


Ziggy’s Rebuttal of the “We Have More Nukes than We Need” Myth

Posted by in National Defense, National Security, Nuclear War

A small nuclear arsenal would not be survivable – it would be easy for an enemy to destroy in a first strike. The smaller it is, the less survivable and easier to destroy in a first strike it is.


Anti-nuke Activists Endangering American Deterrent Capabilities

Posted by in National Defense, National Security, Nuclear War

It was therefore not surprising (even though not pleasant, either) to see both of these rabid anti-nuclear activists to write new garbage screeds calling for deep, unilateral cuts in the US nuclear arsenal and the fleet of its delivery systems – ostensibly to save money.


Ziggy: “Minimum Deterrence” is No Deterrence at All

Posted by in National Defense, National Security

So, like Fabian socialists (and most pacifists, including Barack Obama and many House Democrats, also happen to be socialists), they deceptively advocate a transitional policy called “minimum deterrence” to lull the Congress and the public into a false sense of security by claiming they support providing for nuclear deterrence – just at much lower force levels – while they actually treat such policy as a mere temporary, transitional step on the road to zero nuclear weapons.


Ziggy Rebuts “Ploughshares Fund” Lies About Nuke Modernization

Posted by in National Defense, National Security

They have been caught lying about nuclear modernization costs many times before – by the Washington Post’s Fact Checker Glenn Kessler, for example. When, last year, they falsely claimed a $700 bn per decade nuclear modernization cost, the WaPo’s Fact Checker gave them two Pinnochios [1], and they responded by saying “whether we are spending $500 billion or $700 billion on nuclear weapons in the next decade — the number is still too high.”


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