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April 18, 1942:  The Doolittle Raid and other stories of World War II with Barry Jacobsen 

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Guest: Barry Jacobsen, military historian and blogger, joins us for a another episode about World War II: The Doolittle Raid, the Battle of the Java Sea and the Battle of the Coral Sea…………..

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Source: The Doolittle Raid and other stories of World War II with Barry Jacobsen 01/26 by Silvio Canto Jr | History Podcasts

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April 18, 2017 at 3:30 pm

A preview of the special election in Georgia and the front pages today

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Joey Norris, political observer, will talk about today’s special election in Georgia……plus the problems with North Korea….a new baseball stadium for the Atlanta Braves……..plus more stories…

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Source: A preview of the special election in Georgia and the front pages today 04/18 by Silvio Canto Jr | News Podcasts

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April 18, 2017 at 3:00 pm

A show from 2013: The story of beer

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April 18, 2017 at 2:00 pm

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North Korea’s insanity is unsustainable

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For too long, U.S. presidents of both parties have lived with the North Korean threat. My guess is that they thought that there were no pretty options and it’s easy to understand that with millions of civilians living within range of North Korea’s massive artillery. Also, North Korea was just a loud dog for years but not one that threatened to start a nuclear war.       

We have now reached the point where North Korea’s insane behavior is unsustainable. In other words, one of those missiles is going to hit a ship, a city or U.S. troops on the border. It’s like having a kid walking around with an AK-47 and making the neighborhood rather uncomfortable.

Therefore, it’s perfectly reasonable for President Trump to talk so much about the threat, as Claudia Rosett wrote:   

Pyongyang, with its totalitarian, dynastic Kim regime, has bedeviled American presidents, both Democratic and Republican, for decades. But after years of Obama’s passive policy of “strategic patience,” the threat posed by North Korea has soared.    

Kim’s regime clearly feels free to brag up its prowess in developing deliverable nuclear weapons, threatening strikes on America and advertising its program to develop submarine-launched ballistic missiles — prototypes of which North Korea this Saturday paraded through the streets of Pyongyang. 

 

Pyongyang is now on the verge of a sixth nuclear test — four of its five tests to date having been conducted on Obama’s watch (in 2009, 2013 and two tests in 2016)…

All this is part of the Obama legacy: the rising global agglomerate of emboldened tyrannies, with which Trump must now deal. 

Call it the Axis of Opportunism.  

Call it whatever we want. I’d prefer to call it a problem that has to be fixed.       

North Korea used to be that terrible dictatorship that held massive military parades while the people ate grass or whatever they could find.

Well, the people are still starving but the leadership is firing missiles and threatening to hit the U.S.    

They used to be crazy but now they are seriously dangerous.   

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Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017/04/north_koreas_insanity_is_unsustainable.html#ixzz4ebVQudw0
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April 18, 2017 at 7:39 am