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Entries in nuclear (8)

Sunday
Jul152012

[Jack Rice Show Appearance] July 15th: Jack Talks with Nuclear Power with Dr. Helen Caldicott - Part 2

Sunday
Jul152012

[Jack Rice Show Appearance] July 15th: Jack Talks with Nuclear Power with Dr. Helen Caldicott - Part 1

Tuesday
Mar132012

[Jack Rice Show Appearance] March 18th: Jack Talks to Andrei Lankov about North Korea - Part 1

Tuesday
Mar132012

[Jack Rice Show Appearance] March 18th: Jack Talks to Andrei Lankov about North Korea - Part 2

Thursday
Feb232012

[Jack Rice Show Appearance] February 26th: Jack Talks to Larry Korb About Nuclear Proliferation, Part 2

Saturday
Apr102010

[MSNBC Appearance] Sunday, April 11th: Talk on Nuclear Treaty

I appear on MSNBC on Sunday, April 11th at 11 a.m. e.t.  With the agreement this week between President Obama and Russian President Medvedev involving nuclear weapons, this is a significant shift in the numbers.   It is something we haven't seen in decades.  Of course, the GOP is acting like the world is coming to an end.  I will talk about it.

Hope you can catch it.

Friday
Nov132009

President Obama, Go To Hiroshima!

President Obama is in Tokyo.  And he has been invited to Hiroshima, the site of the nuclear blast that killed 140,000 on Auigust 6, 1945.  He has not accepted the invitation - but he should!

President Obama has talked about a nuclear free world.  And he has also talked about the U.S. and its moral responsibility to act because it is the only country to use nuclear weapons.  He even received the Nobel Peace Prize based upon his positions.  

So, isn't it time for President Obama to visit Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

And yet, based upon some of our previous decisions, this seems unlikely.  In 1995, the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museam, under pressure from 81 members of Congress, rejected an exhibit that simply asked the question about the morality of dropping the bomb.  Even as late as 2003, when the Museum had a display of the Enola Gay, they rejected the idea of mentioning that 140,000 were killed at Hiroshima and another 80,000 were killed at Nagasaki.  Why?

What are we afraid of?

Even if the President won't apologize, he should at least go to the place the was the ultimate gravesite of 140,000 people.  It is the right things to do!