“One senator can make a difference in this system and when that senator dies, retires, or is defeated, that could have a big impact. Such will be the case with Jon Kyl,” said John Isaacs, executive director of the Council for a Livable World (CLW), which advocates on issues related to nuclear proliferation.
Council for a Livable World Board Member Pens OpEd for OpEdNews.com
While zombies remain part of myth — we hope — the threat of human extinction from disease is very real.
John Nichols of the Capital Times Fact Checks Tommy Thompson on Council for a Livable World
Memo to Tommy Thompson: When you make an intellectually dishonest attack on an opponent for taking money from a 50-year-old mainstream political group, at least get the name of the group right.
Executive Director John Isaacs discusses the AP leak of cutting our nuclear force over at Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. His piece, “Strategic Revelation” was published February 23, 2012.
Lieutenant Colonel Davis, Death and Deception in Afghanistan
Matthew Hoh is a former State Department official who resigned in protest from his post in Afghanistan over U.S. strategic policy and goals in the country in September 2009. Now, he has written a piece in support of Lt. Colonel Davis’ classified report on the failings of U.S. policy in Afghanistan. His op-ed, “Lieutenant Colonel Davis, Death and Deception in Afghanistan ” was featured in the Huffington Post, February 6, 2012.
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