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Why North Korea is Dangerous

Small countries can cause big problems. There are few left living today who remember World War I, but it leaves an indelebile stain in our history books. It was the first global war and estimates place the body count at … Continue reading

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North Korea’s Nuclear Ambitions – Almost Not Fiction

[Note 2/12/13: Many news sources are reporting this as a major step on the road to having a functional nuclear weapon. I disagree. Consistent with North Korea's brinksmanship policy and given it's timing right before the State of the Union … Continue reading

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Red States vs Blue States

This last election left us reeling as a nation. We’ve always been a divided land. Go back to the Revolution and you’ll find the colonies divided between those loyal to England and those ready to split away. We were divided … Continue reading

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North Korea: A Threat, Not a Joke

The world is a little more dangerous today. And since the folks responsible are the subject of a book I wrote, The Silla Project, I couldn’t resist throwing in my assessment of the situation. Yesterday the Democratic People’s Republic of … Continue reading

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My Challenge to the World – End North Korea

I read a gut-wrenching story today. It told of a North Korean family that had escaped into China only to be captured and jailed by Chinese police. The guard took pity on the family and ordered them a Korean meal … Continue reading

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