Essay on the bombing of hiroshima

The most extensive case against containment and for military action was recently made by the Wall Street Journal's Brett Stephens in Commentary. According to Stephens the problem is that the consequences might actually be worse than standing pat. As it happens, the threat of a nuclear Iran is forcing Saudi Arabia and other Middle East countries that fear the mullahs to court America. An assault on Iran would be welcomed by Saudia Arabia, for sure. But would it trigger a wider war in the Middle East? Already Lebanon is a tinderbox. And if you think the world economy is in bad shape now, wait until the Strait of Hormuz is violently shut down and oil soars to $500 a barrel.

  On Saturday September 16, PS 102 students and families participated in the International Coastal Cleanup.  Parent Coordinator, Margaret Sheri and our Beach Captain, former parent Michele Hern organized 74 volunteers in the effort. Two hours were spent picking up and recording each item of litter found on the beach. PS 102 has been participating in this citizen science project for the last 14 years! The information gathered leads to better solutions for packaging and legislation to help clean our oceans and shoreline. For information on ocean pollution, the international clean-up effort and to view past results visit https:///trash-free-seas/international-coastal-cleanup/

The lesson of Boston is not, as one reads and hears here and there, that terror has returned to America. In the precarious times in which we live, terrorism is always an awful possibility, and when it strikes, we shouldn't pretend to be more surprised than we really are. The more routine our response to terror, the weaker it becomes. The more we emphasize the civil strength of our modern, democratic societies, the more senseless all attacks will become. This is the real lesson of Boston: Bombs and terror cannot destroy our way of life. The Boston Marathon will take place in 2014. And it will once again be a day of celebration.

The Memorial Museum will take you on a chronological, self-guided interactive tour through the story of April 19, 1995, and the days, weeks, months and years that followed the bombing of Oklahoma City’s Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Touring the Memorial Museum is essential to understanding the story of April 19, 1995, and its impact.  Click here for more on the Memorial Museum. You set the pace of your experience. Tours and additional content can be accessed through the OKCNM Mobile App which is available for download on your device in the  Apple Store or Google Play .

Essay on the bombing of hiroshima

essay on the bombing of hiroshima

The Memorial Museum will take you on a chronological, self-guided interactive tour through the story of April 19, 1995, and the days, weeks, months and years that followed the bombing of Oklahoma City’s Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Touring the Memorial Museum is essential to understanding the story of April 19, 1995, and its impact.  Click here for more on the Memorial Museum. You set the pace of your experience. Tours and additional content can be accessed through the OKCNM Mobile App which is available for download on your device in the  Apple Store or Google Play .

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