DR. MICHAELA DODGE, Research Scholar, Nation Institute for Public Policy, formerly worked at the Heritage Foundation from 2010-2019, former Senior Defense Policy Advisor, US Senator Jon Kyl:
- ICBMs bring something to the US nuclear triad that the other two legs, submarines and bombers, do not
- Why are Minuteman missiles, which were deemed obsolete in the 1980s, are still in use?
- During the Cold War, the US issued nuclear challenges to the Soviet Union in order to keep their attention and spending away from other pressing issues – why aren’t we still doing this today?
- Michaela Dodge: When we renew a nuclear warhead, we move its age to zero. Are we still using nuclear weapons from the 1960s?
- The US government needs to possibly consider conducting yield tests on our aging nuclear arsenal
- Missile defense will continue to be a mounting issue moving forward
SUSAN KATZ KEATING, Chief National Security Correspondent, JustTheNews.com, Security and Terrorism Correspondent, American Media Institute, Military Correspondent, People Magazine, Twitter: @SKatzKeating
- What really happened on Jan. 6th at the US Capitol?
- Number one selling book on Amazon, “1984” – Are top executives or the organizations themselves within Big Tech responsible for censoring conservative voices?
- Susan Keating: Democrats are scared of Donald Trump because he has galvanized his base
JEFF NYQUIST, Writer, Newsmax, WorldNetDaily, SierraTimes, Financial Sense and Epoch Times, Author, “Origins of the Fourth World War and The New Tactics of Global War,” JRNyquist.blog, Twitter: @JRNyquist
- Jeff Nyquist: Contacts within Eastern Europe noticed a supposed Russian operative in photos taken at the US Capitol on Jan. 6th
- Robert E. Lee‘s reaction to America both before and after the Civil War are telling of the current predicament our nation finds itself in
- Emotions sway an individuals ability to reason