A Nuke Is Only 33 Minutes Away

nuclear-weapons-test-67557_640Thirty-three minutes. That’s the longest time you can expect between a rogue nation on the other side of the world launching a nuke… and that nuke reaching one of our cities.

Imagine how that would change everything. It would be a disaster exponentially worse than 9-11.

Since the fall of the Soviet Union, many people have stopped worrying about a nuclear exchange. But the truth is, the danger of nukes being used is higher than it ever has been.

It’s true, we’re unlikely to enter into an “end-of-the-world” type nuclear war. But a single nuclear attack on our soil, or between India and Pakistan, or in the Middle East.

The risk is very real.

And it’s one hardly anyone is talking about. Policies makers in Washington have done little to lower the threat of a nuclear attack. Our current presidential candidates have talked about it hardly at all. And the mainstream media… forget it.

My belief is that knowledge is power. The more you know about a threat the better able you are to prepare for it. So, I invite you to watch a brief, 20-minute movie from the Heritage Foundation that explains the danger we face… and how our policy makers are failing us. Go here to watch the movie.