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John Oliver kicked off Last Week Tonight describing a frantic week in which a "new and terrible" health care bill was pushed in the Senate, President Donald Trump called Kim Jong-un "Rock Men" at the United Nations, and Robert Mueller's Russia probe lurched ahead. [Read More]
Kim Jong Un is evidently a pudgy little putz whose missile program is a post-nuclear form of Freudian overcompensation, and he must be dealt with in some decisive way. [Read More]
To listen to the commentary, Donald Trump used an inappropriate term at the U.N. — not just "Rocket Man," but "sovereignty." It wasn't surprising that liberal analysts freaked out over his nickname for Kim Jong Un and his warning that we'd "totally destroy" Kim's country should it become necessary. These lines were calculated to get a reaction, and they did. More interesting was the allergy to Trump's defense of sovereign nations. [Read More]
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Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin defended President Donald Trump's way of dealing with North Korea, insisting Sunday that heated rhetorical exchanges with reclusive despot Kim Jong-un were not making a volatile situation more dangerous. [Read More]
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Kim Jong Un and Trump are two kooks On Twitter they hurl their rebukes Of fire and fury To blow up Missouri It ain't fun 'cuz both sides have nukes. [Read More]
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The war of words between Washington and Pyongyang continued over the weekend, with North Korea's foreign minister warning that a missile attack on the U.S. mainland was 'inevitable'. This picture taken by North Korea's... [Read More]
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Nuclear Deterrence and the Revenge of Geography by Joshua Pollack | September 24, 2017 | 5 CommentsWith the President overriding his advisers to deliver insulting remarks and empty threats at the UN and Kim Jong Un responding personally and at some length, one really wonders where all this ends. John Kelly, left, reacts as he listens to President Trump's U.N. speech. (Photo: Mary Altaffer/AP) https://t.co/mPR68T7rJ4 pic.twitter.com/MGNQ2jVWVc — Colin Campbell (@colincampbell) September 19, 2017 Short of war, neither side can compel the other to stop doing what it doesn't like. Indeed, we are liable to keep goading each other... [Read More]
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It doesn't matter who scores in the war of words between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong-un: What counts is action, and Team Trump is plainly far ahead on that front. Washington announced one win last week: China is instructing its banks to halt new business with North Korea and to wind down all... [Read More]
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NORTH Korea, Venezuela and Chad have been added to the US's travel ban list. Citizens from Kim Jong-un's rogue state and North African Chad will be banned from entering the US. Venezuel…... [Read More]
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A standing "O" for a murderous despot... [Read More]
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The latest North Korea missile tests and strong words between North Korea's Supreme leader Kim Jong-Un and President Donald Trump have catapulted tensions between the two countries. [Read More]
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Apparently the only person more thin-skinned than the Hollywood elites and snowflake liberals is North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. President Trump calling him "Rocket Man" on the floor of the... [Read More]
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'This was invented in 2009 from the government paying the NFL to market military recruitment — to get more people to fight wars to die'... [Read More]
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President Trump's characterization of Kim Jong-un as "rocket man" only makes it all the more inevitable that North Korea's rockets will "visit" the U.S. mainland, the regime's foreign minister warned on Saturday. [Read More]
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"Please God, close Mr. Trump's mouth before he causes a nuclear war with Kim Jong-un. Anyone with any intelligence knows you do not argue with, nor trade threats with a... [Read More]
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C'mon Kim Jong Un, wouldn't you rather shop than fight? Make deals, not war. [Read More]
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The truth is Kim Jong Un is not going to listen to anyone. So what should U.S. leaders do? [Read More]
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Will Kim Jong-un call President Donald Trump's bluff? [Read More]
US President Donald Trump has warned North Korea, saying if the country's Foreign Minister was echoing thoughts of his supreme leader Kim Jong-Un in his threatening speech at the UN, "they won't be around much longer." North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho on Saturday attacked Trump at the UN General Assembly, deriding him as a "mentally deranged" leader whose threats had increased the chances of military confrontation. [Read More]
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War of words may be part of a vision where peace, prosperity and security is only achieved through militarization. [Read More]
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