March 29, 2013

Obama Suddenly on Alert Against N. Korea

Bridget Johnson, PJ Media

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An administration unwilling to put Pyongyang on a provocative list is suddenly responding and shoring up defenses in the face of provocations from 30-year-old dictator Kim Jong-un.

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TAGGED: Chuck Hagel, Barack Obama, North Korea

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