By John D. Isaacs With the House so evenly divided between Democrats and Republicans, both parties are gearing up for the 2022 elections in which control of the House will be at stake. A complication for both parties, however, is that the decentennial federal census that guides the drawing of House district boundaries has been delayed by six months. Thus, […]
If the United States uses nuclear weapons first, a nuclear-armed adversary is likely to retaliate against us or our allies with nuclear weapons. Keeping the threat of nuclear first use on the table is an outdated and dangerous policy. A No First Use policy just makes sense.