“They love missile defense in the House,” concurred John Isaacs, a senior fellow at the anti-nuclear advocacy group Council for a Livable World. “The Senate committee moderates it and gets compromises.”
Read why allowing submarines to be purchased through the Sea-Based Deterrence Fund is not a good idea for our nation.
In this week’s edition: Senate action on the defense authorization bill, Manhattan project turns 70, another NPT RevCon goes by, and the first in our new series of “Two Minute Takes.”
“It took a decade, but Congress has finally passed legislation vital to global efforts to prevent and punish nuclear terrorism,” said Executive Director Angela Canterbury.
Congress’ “all the above” strategy is the budgetary equivalent of trying to drive 50 miles with 25 miles worth of gas and the Pentagon will not be happy with the results.