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North Korea Plays Chicken

May 16, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ The problem with brinkmanship diplomacy is that North Korea plays that game, too:   North Korea has threatened to cancel next month’s summit between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump in protest at US-South Korean military exercises. Pyongyang also cancelled high level talks with South Korean officials planned for Wednesday because of the […]

Happy Mothers Day 2018

May 13, 2018 by

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From all the in house writers here at PA PUNDITS INTERNATIONAL, we would like to extend our wishes for a wonderful Mothers Day to all our readers who are Mothers. The Rose shown here is the renowned Peace Rose, first grown in 1945 to signify the hopes for peace after that awful conflict. The rose shown […]

Trump Hopes To Do What Past Presidents Couldn’t In North Korea

April 28, 2018 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ President Donald Trump said he has the responsibility to do what his predecessors failed to do—bring peace to a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula. Trump talked about numerous issues with German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a joint press conference Friday at the White House a day after the historic meeting between North Korean […]

Where’s Trump’s Peace Prize?

April 28, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Donald Trump has helped to force North Korea to talk peace with South Korea, and to agree to talks with the US about getting rid of its nuclear weapons. Barack Obama got a Nobel Peace Prize for much less – simply for making  campaign speeches: Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace […]

Remembrance Day – Veterans Day – 2017

November 11, 2017 by

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By Anton Lang ~ As the Great War (World War 1) was drawing to a close, on the 5th October 1918, the German High Command asked for an immediate Armistice and an end to all hostilities. Word of this had to be sent down to all the many areas where fighting was still taking place. […]

Happy Mothers Day 2017

May 14, 2017 by

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From all the in house writers here at PA PUNDITS INTERNATIONAL, we would like to extend our wishes for a wonderful Mothers Day to all our readers who are Mothers. The Rose shown here is the renowned Peace Rose, first grown in 1945 to signify the hopes for peace after that awful conflict. The rose shown […]

Oh Little Town Of Bethlehem

December 25, 2016 by

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By Tom McLaughlin ~ “Too much history, not enough geography.” That was how a veteran of the 1948 Israeli War for Independence described Israel. His name was Dan and he came to our house for dinner about ten years ago in the company of some old friends from San Francisco. My wife and I later […]