Monthly Archives: June 2018

From border crisis to blatant lawlessness

June 24, 2018
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The images were heart wrenching. Dozens upon dozens of children warehoused behind chain link fencing. Covered in foil blankets with nothing but a thin green mat between their fragile bodies and the cold hard concrete floor. Artificial daylight from banks upon banks of fluorescent light glaring down 24 hours a day, seven days a...

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In Singapore, a start

June 17, 2018
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His grandfather, Kim Il-sung started it 68 years ago when on June 25,1950 he sent some 90,000 North Korean troops pouring into South Korea and drove the unprepared and ill equipped U.S. backed Republic of Korea army reeling in retreat. MacArthur’s Inchon landing turned the tide temporarily but in October, 1950 the Chinese responded...

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Flag still flies, but for how long?

June 10, 2018
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The victory at Midway was already a year in the mirror, D-Day still a year away. Marines were just beginning their long slog to Tokyo and the Army Air Corps Eight Air Force was entering its bloodiest period yet over the skies of Europe. June, 1943 was anything but the beginning of the lazy,...

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