Trump keeps pushing forward with the same childish non-strategy better suited to a Scooby-Doo villain than an American commander-in-chief.
Trump is directly to blame for inflaming the situation with North Korea, but we started down this path the minute Bush went after Saddam Hussein.
Trump threatened nuclear war on North Korea, then the US government stepped in and told the public not to listen to their president.
One hopes that adults can intervene in this war of words before it escalates further, but the stakes are incredibly high and Trump could well be leading the country into a new, disastrous conflict in order to save himself from political oblivion.
The aggressive, confusing signals coming from the Trump administration do not make the president look like a strong, resolute leader -- they make him look like an uncontrolled pretender who is completely out of his depth.
A North Korean defector said Kim Jong-un is demanding the country go all out to produce nuclear weapons by the end of 2017.
Remember, don't be a human in North Korea. Only the terrapins are safe.
Kim's brutality is shocking even hardened North Korean elites used to regular purges, random executions and extreme torture.
After Hollywood's total capitulation, the next step is to send all scripts to North Korea for approval.
The North Korean government has officially declared Seth Rogen and James Franco's new movie, The Interview, an "act of war" against it. In the film, the two play celebrity news reporters who try to revitalize their flagging careers by interviewing Kim Jong Un, but somewhere along the way they're recruited by the CIA to assassinate the North Korean leader.
The Telegraph reports that comments issued on Sunday by the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK), the North's state-run KCNA news agency, labelled South Korean leader Park Geun-hye a "crafty prostitute" under the control of "a powerful pimp," our own Barack Obama. The statement added that Pyongyang is prepared for "an all-out nuclear battle".
It's been less than two months since the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights (COI) released a report that described Korean leaders employing murder, torture, slavery, sexual violence, mass starvation and other abuses as tools to prop up the state and terrorize "the population into submission." Yet this guy still finds a way to surprise us.
It came down to the wire, with an entire country anxiously holding its breath in wonder, but it's official: Kim Jong Un has been elected to the Supreme Assembly in the constituency of Mount Paektu in a political blowout of his non-existent competition.
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More delightful news from the hermit kingdom. Apparently, Kim Jong un's ex girlfriend was executed by firing squad last week for engaging in pornography.