The current system gives a man or woman who serves twenty years a generous retirement, but leaves those who are unable or unwilling to serve twenty years nothing.
The nuclear nine are in breach of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT).
The Senate returns to the Capitol on May 31 – just eight hours before provisions of the Patriot Act are set to expire.
The act introduces a series of measures to strengthen protection and manage risk for both American civil liberties and national security.
Without them, the war that never was, could have been the war to end all wars.
It doesn’t make sense for the United States to forego the best weapon system technology we have.
Section 215 of the PATRIOT Act is set to expire on June 1 if Congress does nothing.
This sort of trust-your-good-ol’-Uncle-Sam mentality should be frightening to less hypocritical Republican voters.
My father, Kenneth Welch was murdered on October 20, 1984 by a suicide bomber.
The possibility of a terrorist detonating a “dirty bomb” or even a crude nuclear bomb is one of the gravest threats facing the United States.