Election Forum and Reception on the Future of National Security
On Thursday, November 6, Council for a Livable World hosted an Election Forum and Reception on the Future of National Security. With an audience of students and new and longtime Council supporters, our distinguished panel of speakers discussed the recent election and its implications for our nation's security policies.
We had 315 entries in this year's bi-annual election contest, but only three could outsmart the pollsters and pundits to accurately predict the 2014 elections.
The Wall Street Journal Quotes Angela Canterbury on the Pentagon's Plans to Reform the Nuclear Arsenal
In response to Defense Secretary Hagel's request for $1.5 billion to repair the U.S. nuclear enterprise, Angela Canterbury told the Wall Street Journal, "They are going to throw billions of dollars at this problem, which is like saying they are going to throw billions of dollars at dial-up Internet."
Republicans hope to gain control of the Senate in the 2014 Senate contests, and Democrats are on the defensive. Still, there are many primaries and decisions ahead, and predictions at this point are risky. Here is Council for a Livable World's roundup of the 2014 Senate elections.