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China – a threat to world peace

We owe China a lot of money—they own a lot of our national debt. And US businesses are building a lot of new factories over there—for economic reasons. So, we’re sort of becoming allies, right? Uh, no. It seems that we need to prepare for a...

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Adios from Asia

The US has been a major player in Asia and Southeast Asia since at least WWII. Yet on 20 Nov it was announced that 15 Asian nations, who, by the way, compose half the world’s population, are forming a Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership...

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The Korean War

On 25 June 1950, armed forces from communist North Korea smash into South Korea, setting off the Korean War. The US, acting under the auspices of the UN, sprang to the defense of South Korea. The forces of many nations fought a bloody and...

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The End of the Korean War

On 27 July 1953, after 3 years of a bloody and frustrating war, the US, China, North & South Korea agree to an armistice, ending the fighting. The Korean War began on 25 June 1950, when communist North Korea invaded South Korea. The US quickly...

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North Korea again

The US and South Korea have military exercises scheduled for this coming weekend. North Korea has warned us to cancel the exercises–and to end any talk of sanctions against N. Korea; to fail to follow these orders will cause the region to be...

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Helping South Korea

President Obama was here in West Michigan today for the dedication of a new factory that will make batteries for electric cars. The plant is owned by a South Korean company. The federal government is paying for nearly half the cost of the...

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Outrage

It was just two months ago that North Korea willfully and deliberately torpedoed a South Korean ship that was minding its own business; 46 sailors were killed; was there even one-tenth the outrage that is ringing out loudly around the world because...

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