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North Korea: We Cannot Afford To Have Another President Lateral The Issue

September 14, 2017 by

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By Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMC (RET) ~ North Korean leader Kim Jung Un, through both words and actions, again has ratcheted tensions up on the peninsula. In what one Japanese official last month described as an “unprecedented grave threat,” Pyongyang fired-for the first time in eight years-a missile that sailed over the island of Hokkaido. […]

N. Korea: U.S. Security Lost For Want Of A Backbone

September 7, 2017 by

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By Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMC (RET) ~ Lyrics from a 14th century nursery rhyme encouraged children to apply the art of logical progression to the consequences of their actions or inactions. It needs be heeded today in dealing with the North Korea nuclear threat. “For Want of a Nail” is a journey down the road […]

Trump 1 — Kim Jong Un 0

August 17, 2017 by

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By LTC Allen West (U.S. Army Ret) ~ Recently, current deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee and Minnesota Congressman, Keith Ellison, stated that Kim Jong Un – the sociopathic leader of North Korea – was acting more responsibly that our own President. These are the types of absurd, and truly irresponsible, comments emanating from […]

Trump Promises ‘Fire And Fury’ If North Korea Advances Nuclear Threat

August 9, 2017 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ President Donald Trump issued his strongest warning yet to North Korea after published reports that the communist dictatorship has developed a nuclear warhead. “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States,” Trump said Tuesday from a side room in the clubhouse at his golf course in Bedminster, […]

Why China Is The Biggest Deterrent To Stopping North Korea’s Nuclear Program

January 9, 2016 by

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By Josh Siegel ~ North Korea’s fourth nuclear test may be its most consequential, but the world is limited in how far it can escalate its response. Though the Obama administration disputed North Korea’s assertion that it had tested a hydrogen bomb, which would be the most powerful nuclear weapon the country has ever tested, […]