Monthly Archives: March 2011

Caution in Middle East revolts

  No matter which side wins in Libya the outcome will be ugly. In this case change most likely will result in more instability, corruption and thugs, only of a different cloth than the murdering and decadent regime of Qadaffi. There have been reports that the … Continue reading

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Exchange with Brian Greenspun on Yucca Mountain

BELOW IS A COMMUNICATION BETWEEN BRIAN GREENSPAN OF THE LAS VEGAS SUN AND MYSELF ON THE SUBJECT OF NUCLEAR DISPOSAL AT YUCCA MOUNTAIN     Hello mr.jack!  Nice to finally put a name to the email. Thanks for your letter. I … Continue reading

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The threat of America’s nuclear power

  After the recent natural disaster in Japan, and the ensuing nuclear reactor crisis, the United States must reassess its own nuclear power facilities and the potential for lethal effects from such natural disasters.  Specifically, the Indian Point nuclear power reactor in New York  is surrounded by … Continue reading

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America Middle East strategy

  The revolts taking place in the Greater Middle East represent a development that has been brewing as the result of secular and theocratic dictatorships since the end of the Cold War. The citizens in the region have been repressed, and even brutalized by … Continue reading

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The Libyan Puzzle

There  never was a clear mission statement handed over to Western Coalition  Members for Libya.The mission was doomed before it ever started. .The Arab League believes the Western Members have overstepped the bounds that were described in the UN Resolution to establish a “No Fly Zone” … Continue reading

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UN terms of Libyan mission are unclear

  The Arab League and the Western Coalition Members are now at odds over the extent of the Western Members’ strikes  against Libya and Qadaffi. The Arab League believes the West has overstepped the bounds that the Arab League had  … Continue reading

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America’s war policy and objectives in Libya must be clarified

  Since 9/11 there have been three policy initiatives that have driven America’s decisions to go to war: 1) Direct attack by an enemy;2) harboring those who attack America and 3) the Bush Doctrine of pre emptive strikes. When we bring these … Continue reading

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