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It would appear Kim Jong Un’s strategy has worked, and nuclear war has yet again been averted. Now, says Pat Buchanan, is the time to reconsider our longstanding obligation to defend South Korea.
By Patrick J. Buchanan
After a year in which he tested a hydrogen bomb and an ICBM, threatened to destroy the United States, and called President Trump “a dotard,” Kim Jong Un, at the gracious invitation of the president of South Korea, will be sending a skating team to the “Peace Olympics.”
An impressive year for Little Rocket Man.
Thus the most serious nuclear crisis since Nikita Khrushchev put missiles in Cuba appears to have abated. Welcome news, even if the confrontation with Pyongyang has probably only been postponed.
Still, we have been given an opportunity to reassess the 65-year-old Cold War treaty that obligates us to go to war if the North attacks Seoul, and drove us to the brink of war today.
2017 demonstrated that we need a reassessment. For the potential cost of carrying out our commitment is rising exponentially.
Two decades ago, a war on the Korean Peninsula, given the massed Northern artillery on the DMZ, meant thousands (more…)
While families across the country gather around the dinner table during this holiday season, there is a different, far less cheery scenario playing out for millions of other Americans. They’re the ones who go hungry, and for whom food — and enough of it — is a daily struggle. According to Feeding America, more than 42 million people now suffer from hunger throughout the nation.
In the midst of a recovering economy, low unemployment and nearly nonexistent inflation, the fact remains that nearly 1 in 7 Americans still goes to bed hungry each night. According to recent statistics released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 15.8 million U.S. households — that’s 12.7 percent of the total — didn’t have enough food to eat at some point last year, the latest period for which numbers are available.
The family of 6-year-old Kameron Prescott killed by police this week is demanding answers from the cops who killed him and want them to be held accountable.
By Matt Agorist
December 23, 2017
Bexar County, TX — Media across the country are reporting on the tragic death of 6-year-old Kameron Prescott whose life was stolen this week when police opened fire on an unarmed woman suspected of stealing a car.
The mainstream media is reporting that Kameron was hit with a “stray bullet,” however, this bullet was anything but “stray.” The shot that killed young Kameron was deliberately fired at an unarmed woman. The officer’s gun did not accidentally go off. All of these police officers deliberately shot at an unarmed woman and their fear, poor judgment, and carelessness led to the death of an innocent child.
Now, the family is asking for justice to be served. Kameron’s uncle, Christopher Gonzales, says that he’s angry and saddened about the officers’ decision to open fire that day.
The family had to tragically say goodbye to their beloved (more…)
President Donald Trump mocked Gloria Allred on Friday at a rally in Pensacola Bay Center held in support of Roy Moore saying “anytime you see her, you know something’s going wrong.”
“So did you see what happened today, you know, the yearbook?” Tru…
Source: Trump Mocks Gloria Allred Over Yearbook: ‘There Was A Little Mistake Made!’
US Secretary of State John Kerry’s harsh rebuke of Israel over its illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories has not accomplished anything and is too late to be useful for Palestinians, according to Stephen Lendman, an American writer, journalist and political analyst based in Chicago. The outgoing administration of US President Barack Obama allowed a UN […]
These women are not ashamed of their appearance – on the contrary, they live happy lives and are proud of what they have achieved. They are called little … Via Youtube
New York Times (10/21/16): All the news that makes you snooze. Last week the New York Times (10/21/16) had a story from the trial of the aides to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie who partially closed the George Washington Bridge between New Jersey and New York City, allegedly to punish a New Jersey mayor who […]Source: Sometimes You Need to Dig a Little to Unearth the Point of an NYT Story
Earlier this month, Michael Harris was targeted for revenue collection during a traffic stop by Frisco Police Officer Michael Collins. During the traffic stop, Harris’ 7-year-old daughter woke up from a nap and lost it when she saw the officer. Why? Because cops kill innocent people.
While Collins was conducting the stop, Harris informed him that he was a concealed carry license holder.
“I asked if he wanted to take it but he told me that wasn’t necessary,” Harris told WFAA in an interview.
Philando Castile wasn’t so lucky during his traffic stop. When the innocent Castile informed officer Jeronimo Yanez that he was a lawful concealed carry license holder — he was murdered.
Luckily for Harris, officer Collins wasn’t so trigger happy. Harris, who is also a black man, is a truck driver and father of two whose life could have ended that day had a different officer pulled him over.
Source: Little girl frantic during traffic stop because she didn’t want the cop to kill her dad
Thousands of star-spangled balloons falling from the rafters are to be expected at the end of a US political convention, but Bill Clinton’s refusal to give one up shocked one little girl. Now an aide of the former president is trying to clear things up. At the conclusion of Hillary Clinton’s nomination acceptance speech on […]Source: Aide clears up what happened with Bill Clinton, the balloon and the little girl
“Why are you crying, Little Timmy?” “I had to do it. I’m upset” “Now, now, Little Timmy. You know you didn’t have to execute those eleven defenseless prisoners. You really can’t say you were forced to do it.” “But if I didn’t kill them, the people of Virginia would think I was weak and might […]Source: Little Timmy Is Upset He’s a Racist Executioner