Sunday, April 7, 2013

What's up with North Korea?

The first questions I always ask is why is this so newsworthy today above and beyond all else that's happening in the world today and what are they not saying.

Both North and South Korea have recently undergone changes in leadership.  They're both quite obviously simply just testing each other like a child tests the limits of his mother to see what he can get away with.  What makes this situation so important as to capture headlines today?

How is this situation any different than what goes on daily between Washington DC, various state capitols, and the citizens of the Republic, especially in regards to the current seemingly irrational focus on gun control?



  1. Frank Koza

    I generally ask is for what good reason is this so newsworthy today well beyond all else that is going on the planet today and what are they not saying.

    Dharmendar Rai

    1. Too bad more people don't do that. Thank you for your comment.