Scott Stammers was caught along with four other men following an extensive DEA investigation.
Old-school propaganda, juiced up with a synthesized K-pop beat, still has the power to get under the skin of North Korea’s leadership.
As the Free Beacon reported:
Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, With each passing day, it become clearer and clearer just what a crumbling charade of greed, cronyism and phony humanitarianism the Clinton family really is. In the latest revelation,...Show More Summary
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea has agreed to Red Cross talks with South Korea to discuss reunions of families separated during the 1950-53 Korean War, a South Korean official said on Saturday, setting up the first meeting under a recent accord aimed at defusing tensions.
North Korea’s national all-female band Chongbong will have two performances in Moscow.
Hey, Bill has to pay the bills, right? That’s why he asked the State Department if he had the green light to deliver some speeches to North Korea...
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton held a Friday afternoon press conference where she addressed the latest story story questioning her State Department record. She didn't entirely appear to enjoy the entire experience. Show More Summary
On May 29, 2015, the United States removed Cuba from the State Sponsors of Terrorism List. This means that the White House only officially recognizes three countries as terror sponsors: Iran, Syria and Sudan. While cases can be madeShow More Summary
Analysts say North Korea officials may have been dismissed because they misjudged South Korea's strong response to mine blasts
Emails show speeches could have netted big payday
As noted in today’s Morning Jolt, we learn today that back in 2012, North Korea invited President Clinton to give a paid speech, and he wanted to do it: A second email thread in May 2012 shows another potentially thorny event — subject line: “North Korea invitation.” “Is it safe to assume [the U.S. Show More Summary
Bill Clinton sought approval from his wife Hillary Clinton's State Department for paid speeches tied to the repressive regimes of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and North Korea.
"WJC wants know what state thinks of it if he took it 100% for the foundation."
SEOUL (Reuters) - Beset by crisis, scandal and a sluggish economy in the first half of her single five-year term, South Korean President Park Geun-hye's approval rating soared in a poll released on Friday after a pact with North Korea brought back the rivals from the brink of conflict.
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South Korea has stopped broadcasting anti-Pyongyang propaganda on the border, in a deal with North Korea, allowing the two countries to pull back from the brink of a potential military conflict. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un claimed he was prepared to risk “all-out war” unless Seoul halted its propaganda broadcasts. North Korea apologized for a
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called this week's accord between the rival Koreas "a landmark occasion" paving the way for defused military tension and improved ties, but said it was the strength of its armed forces that made the deal possible.
North Korea has recently made an effort to boost tourism in the authoritarian country. One tactic is the opening of a shiny new airport terminal, complete with modern amenities like an “internet room.” The only problem? The internet room doesn’t seem to have any internet. Read more...