Joint statement endorses Trump-Kim summit, peace treaty
Hundreds of relatives will be allowed to meet in late August
Over the past few months, it seems, North Korea's propaganda has been changing its tune.
An implicit coalition of corporate media, Democratic partisans and others loyal to the national security state are actively hostile to any agreement that would endanger the continuation of the 70-year-old Cold War between the United States and North
South Korean President Moon Jae In and the people of South Korea may come to rue the day when Moon decided to let President Trump negotiate a peace agreement with North Korea's communist dictator Kim Jong Un, especially given the close relationship
As one of the original settlers of the sparsely populated territory situated between the deranged and warring states of Antitrumplandia and Philotrumplandia, I'm breathing easier today.
Suppose my neighbor acquired a bazooka and stored it in his home. He doesn't say anything. He doesn't threaten me with it. I ask him, "John, why have you acquired that bazooka?" He responds, "Just in case you decide to attack me and my fami
Off the top of my head I have a hard time thinking of anything sleazier than smearing peace talks in order to gain partisan political points, but that has indeed been the theme of the last few days when it comes to the Singapore summit.
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President Trump broke his silence on the scathing inspector general's report with a vengeance Friday, first tweeting that the FBI boss he fired was the "worst" in the bureau's history, then crashing "Fox & Friends" for an impromptu interview where he
North Korea finally aired footage of the historic summit between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, including an awkward moment at the 55-second mark where a Nork general is confused if he should salute President Trump or shake hi
Snap survey on Michelle Wolf's show proof left wants to see America fail
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow is furious that President Trump is working towards peace with North Korea. On her show Tuesday, Maddow suggested Trump's decision to halt war games with South Korea is part of a Putin conspiracy.
A stinging defeat for the War Party
North Koreans 'see Trump pictured for the FIRST time' as state-run media lauds Kim Jong-un's meeting with the president as a resounding success and highlights concessions on 'war games'
BOOM 1:The United States and the DPRK commit to establish new U.S.-DPRK relations in accordance with the desire of the peoples of the two countries for peace and prosperity. BOOM 2: The United States and the DPRK will join their efforts to build a
Gerald Celente gives his take on what recently happened with the U.S. and North Korea.
Mark Dice Video-MSM not happy about North Korea Summit...montage
Trump Press conference on Mark Dice Video