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Monday, April 17, 2017

Coming? Obama Signs in North Korea Saying, "Miss Me Yet?"

North Korea: Say, that’s a vicious leader you have there, America  "North Korea is discovering what Joni Mitchell once sang about: You don’t always know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone. With Barack Obama gone, the US has taken a new approach to dealing with Pyongyang, and they’re not happy with it. The Kim regime’s “vice minister” told the Associated Press that they see Trump as less friendly and reasonable than Obama — whom they spent the last eight years provoking and threatening, too:" . . .

Political Cartoons by Glenn McCoy

North Korea Displays New Missiles During Military Parade  "North Korea is celebrating the 105th anniversary of the birth of its founder, Kim Il Sung, with the usual pomp and circumstance, including a gigantic parade showing off all the military hardware North Korean rulers have purchased while their citizens have gone hungry.
"But western analysts noticed that there were several missiles that no one had seen before, demonstrating that Kim Jong Un's regime is making steady progress toward developing missile systems that can hit any target in the world -- including the U.S." . . .

Political Cartoons by Lisa Benson

NY Times gives credit to Obama!  . . . "Kim Jong Un almost surely will redouble his nuclear efforts in order to overcome the embarrassment of Saturday’s failure. Thus, we should all hope that the U.S. has developed the ability to sabotage North Korean launches.

"However, the Times’ suggestion that the U.S. sabotaged today’s, or any other, launch is speculative. Neither the Washington Post nor the Los Angeles Times raises this possibility in its account of the failed launch.
"The Trump administration’s response to North Korea’s failure was unusually matter of fact. Defense Secretary Mattis stated: “The president and his military team are aware of North Korea’s most recent unsuccessful missile launch. The president has no further comment.”

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