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If everything goes according to the White Houses’ demands, America could soon see reduction in the nuclear stockpile dramatically, so much so that we would potentially have as few bombs as the earliest days of the Cold War. Obama and his administration are considering a number of proposals by the pentagon to cut the number […]
Following the March 11 nuclear power plant disaster in Japan’s Fukushima Prefecture it was revealed that the Environmental Protection Agency’s RadNet radiation detection network has several serious drawbacks, including a lack of maintenance and equipment that is often improperly calibrated. Such a system is essential for informing and protecting the American public during such a […]
For Second Year Obama Waives Ban on Aid to Countries Using Children Soldiers The United States’ Child Soldiers Prevention Act of 2008 prohibits the U.S. government from providing funding, military training, or other forms of military aid to countries that recruit soldiers under the age of 18. Yet for the second year in a row […]