Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Nuke Nightmare-how vulnerable are we?

A sober, factual analysis of the threat to America from islamic nuclear terrorism. Not for the easily upset..

On Sept. 12, 2001, Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan wrote that New Yorkers still alive should be thankful to be so, thankful that "for some reason, and we don't even know what it was, the terrorists didn't use a small nuclear weapon floated into New York on a barge in the East River."

She suspected that "the next time the bad guys hit" it will be nuclear, but "for now we have been spared. And now, chastened and shaken, we are given another chance, maybe the last chance, to commit ourselves seriously and at some cost to protecting our country."

read the rest here:WORLD Magazine | Nuclear Nightmare

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