Three years ago, members of President Nixon's own Blue Ribbon Defense Panel warned that the growing Soviet nuclear superiority would cause the Kremlin to become "hostile, disruptive and imperialistic," and might result in "a Soviet-inspired and … [Read more...] about THE MIDDLE EAST
At the recent AFL-CIO Convention in Miami, George Meany told his laughing audience that "detente is a French word which, in case you didn’t know, means relaxation." It has led, he said, to "Russian-made tanks relaxing on the Golan Heights, and … [Read more...] about DETENTE/SOYBEANS
Some 77 Senators and 285 Congressmen are co-sponsors of the Jackson-Vanik-Milis Amendment which would bar most-favored-nation tariff benefits to the Soviet Union. In the face of this clear Congressional intent, President Nixon met at the White House … [Read more...] about DEALS WITH FOREIGNERS
What moral rule is most violated by those in high places? Probably the answer to that question is the moral principle that the end does not justify the means. The men involved in Watergate did not have any previous criminal records. Yet, … [Read more...] about END JUSTIFY MEANS?
"We are keeping Russian secrets even more jealously than we are keeping our own. Under these conditions, the American people can never really understand the danger." This statement by one of Americans most distinguished scientists, Dr. Edward Teller, … [Read more...] about MOSCOW TEST BAN TREATY
One of the bravest men in the world recently summed up what is wrong with American policy toward the Soviet Union, in a sensational press conference in Moscow, Russian H-bomb scientist Andrei Salcharov referred to the way the Soviets are importing … [Read more...] about SAKHAROV’S WARNING
This month we can all rejoice in a wonderful antidote to the Watergate scandals, the illegal campaign contributions, and the acceptance of expensive, questionable gifts by highly-placed and highly-paid U.S. officials. To lift our spirits and … [Read more...] about THREE SUPER HEROES
In the SALT Agreement last year, the United States gave in to the Soviet demand for a 3-to-2 superiority over us in missile-firing submarines. The Agreement allows the Soviets to have 62, whereas we are permitted only 44. In the descriptive … [Read more...] about POSEIDON TEST