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By: Judy Elliott on September 16, 2015
Lincoln Chafee opposes nuclear weapons modernization and says we should go back to negotiations for nuclear reductions.
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By: Will Thomas on September 15, 2015
Governor Christie appears to support "modernization" of US nuclear weapons, but is skeptical about the trillion dollar price tag.
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By: Judy Elliott on September 7, 2015
Lindsay Graham told me he supports plans to spend huge sums of money on nuclear weapons to assure they are reliable.
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By: Arnie Alpert on September 6, 2015
Scott Walker faced questions on nuclear weapons, the influence of the military industrial complex, and for-profit incarceration of immigrants outside a country store in a rural New Hampshire town. His answers left a bit to be desired.
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By: Muriel on September 4, 2015
Jeb Bush called for more transparency to dilute the influence of Pentagon contractors, then called for stronger military forces abroad. But he did talk about abuses associated with money and lobbyists.
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By: Judy Elliott on September 3, 2015
Judy asked Jeb Bush if he supports spending $1 trillion on a new generation of nuclear weapons. Bush said he supports the nuclear "triad" and pivoted to a denunciation of the Obama administration's agreement with Iran. Judy suggests the US needs to get back on track toward multi-lateral nuclear abolition if we hope to stop additional countries from going nuclear.
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By: John on September 2, 2015
John inquired about the $1 trillion nuclear weapons modernization program and mentioned Robert Civiak’s view that it is a complete waste and that our present deterrent is more than enough for now and the foreseeable future. Kasich’s reply was unhesitating, and tough. “I disagree."
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By: Olivia Zink on August 28, 2015
Standing outside Concord Camera, George Pataki said we have to break up the control over the country held by powerful interests. He favors banning members of Congress from becoming lobbyists and a simpler tax code. As for illegal lobbying by Sandia Labs, he said he's not surprised.
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By: Rick on August 28, 2015
Rubio in Orford said "Money in politics is not a problem just so long as we know where it's coming from."
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