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Why Are We Still on the DMZ?

SMyles Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 6:42 PM
Oh Well. Let's agree to disagree. I'm not sure why you believe most libertarian minded folks don't want some form of government. And just because I have ideals doesn't mean I don't understand or respect reality. Same thing with voting. There are pros and cons in this day and age. As a libertarian, I have no issue with doing everything possible to make our politicians abide by the Constitution. It has nothing to do with Jesus coming or Utopia. It has everything to do with individual liberty, rule of law (government as referee), and sound money. Sitting on hands implies some action should be taken. But what action, you don't say.

North Korea has just pulled off an impressive dual feat -- the successful test both of an intercontinental ballistic missile and an atom bomb in the 6-kiloton range.

Pyongyang's ruler, 30-year-old Kim Jong Un, said the tests are aimed at the United States. So it would seem. One does not build an ICBM to hit Seoul, 30 miles away.

Experts believe North Korea is still far from having the capability to marry a nuclear warhead to a missile that could hit the West Coast. But this seems to be Kim's goal.

Why is he obsessed with a nation half a world...