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Obama Brings his Perilous Nuclear Naïveté to Hiroshima

Below are some moving scenes from President Obama’s visit to Hiroshima Friday. He didn’t apologize, although his very presence suggested something of a mea culpa. But unfortunately, his visit inadvertently revealed the passivity of his approach to nuclear weapons. Obama called for the world to look within itself and achieve some kind of advanced thinking that will cause it to reject nuclear weapons. He asked for, “A future

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WSJ: The Growing Danger of an EMP Attack

Ah, such a dangerous world. And growing so much more dangerous under this president. As anybody who isn’t fooling themselves is aware, the Iran deal is a recipe for an Iranian Mullahbomb, albeit after either a period of 10-15 years of good behavior, or bad behavior accompanied by artful sneakiness. President Obama himself has said that in the latter years of the agreement – even under the U.S.

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Obama’s Nuclear Meltdown

That President Obama made reducing the U.S. nuclear stockpile even further the centerpiece of his Berlin speech is strange on a number of fronts. First of all, as Charles Krauthammer notes below, who cares? The world is faced with so many much more pressing problems than some throwback issue to the Eighties. But worse, how does it make us more secure to shed hundreds more

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Thanks, North Korea, for Reminding Us to Bomb Iran

If you want to have some idea what the world will look like once Iran gets nuclear weapons, have a look-see below. It’s our friend Kim Jong-Il, the Dear Leader, or his son, Baby Jerk, lobbing bombs at South Koreans on an island near the border. So far, two South Korean soldiers have been killed, and more than a dozen soldier injured, along with a

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The Peril of Putting the Naive in Power

President Obama entered the White House without experience of any kind that would normally qualify one for the most important job in the world. He chose a Secretary of State who fulfilled his wish to assemble a Lincolnesque “team of rivals” in his Cabinet, who was applauded by the Washington congnoscenti as an inspired choice, and who had little knowledge of foreign policy. You wouldn’t

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U.S.- Russia Reset Button Failure Led to Bushehr Reactor Fueling

Note to Readers: Reporting for this story was conducted over a period of six months by a team of three White House Dossier correspondents who met secretly with dozens of administration and other officials in Washington area parking garages and ate chicken sandwiches for lunch. An exclusive White House Dossier investigation has determined that Russia’s surprise decision this week to begin fueling the Iranian nuclear

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Is Obama Finding His Iran Backbone?

In an interview with Israeli TV, just released by the White House, President Obama sounds the toughest I’ve ever heard him with respect to Iran and its nuclear weapons program. Now, of course, we must consider that every politician plays to his audience, and in this case the audience is a country that damn well wants him to use the most expensive and heaviest bombs

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New Iran Sanctions Deal ‘Awesome’

In a rare coup for such a new website, White House Dossier has scored its first major scoop, and it’s a huge one. White House Dossier, through unnamed, highly placed sources who are also close to the issue, has procured the new draft of the Iran nuclear sanctions agreed to by the United States, Russia and China. These sources spoke on condition of anonymity to

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