Karl Grossman

Karl Grossman, professor of journalism at State University of New York/College at Old Westbury, and is the author of the book, The Wrong Stuff: The Space’s Program’s Nuclear Threat to Our Planet, and the Beyond Nuclear handbook, The U.S. Space Force and the dangers of nuclear power and nuclear war in space. Grossman is an associate of the media watch group Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR). He is a contributor to Hopeless: Barack Obama and the Politics of Illusion.

Plutonium in Space: What Are the Odds of a Catastrophe?

Nuclear Rockets to Mars?

The Leadership Institute: PR School for Right-wingers

Let Nuke Plants Run for 100 Years?

Inviting Nuclear Disaster

The Big Push for Nukes in Space

Ohio Nuclear Power Scandal

Masters of Space: Deep Space Strategy in the Age of Trump

Trump’s Incitement of Police Violence

The Coming Nuclear Menace: Hypersonic Missiles

COVID-19 and a New, Better World

Approaching Midnight: the Nuclear Threat, Then and Now

Space Warriors: Democrats Give Trump His Space Force for Xmas

The Very Bad Space Force Deal

U.S. Plan on Killing Birds in New York

Einstein’s Atomic Regrets

Lyme Disease and Biowarfare

The Promise of Offshore Wind

A Farmworkers Bill of Rights

The Battle to Stop the Shoreham Nuclear Plant, Revisited

Can Jerry Nadler Take Down Trump?

Flirting With Disaster: the Return of Offshore Drilling

A Theology of Power: Mike Pence and the Dominionists

Darth Trump: From Space Force to Star Wars

Climate of Rage

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