Five thousand, one hundred thirteen. That's the number of nuclear warheads in the U.S. arsenal. President Barack Obama has told the world. I'm reminded of the cynical French foreign minister Talleyrand at the time of the Congress of Vienna. Talleyrand was informed that the Russian minister would not meet him that day. The Russian had collapsed and died in his carriage. "I wonder why he did that," Talleyrand asked suspiciously. Why did Obama do that? Why did he gratuitously divulge one of America's Top Secrets? His defenders might argue that it bolsters his argument for more nations -- like Iran -- to sign onto the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. If so, how? How could the spreading of this most sensitive information contribute to that purpose? Aren't the Iranians, the North Koreans, the Venezuelans, the Cubans, or whoever just as likely to say, "The Americans have 5,113 nuclear weapons; I want mine!"?I am personally offended by what Obama has done. Thirty-two...(Read Full Article)