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https://townhall.com/tipsheet/meleanamoore/2017/02/13/north-korea-launches-first-missile-of-trump-administration-n2285263

                                          Trump Responds to North Korea Missile Launch.

Trump Responds to North Korea Missile Launch

This weekend, Pyongyang launched a ballistic missile, and later proclaimed its test, which violated UN Security Council resolutions to end the country's nuclear program, a "success." 

The test of the "medium to long range missile" occurred on Sunday, coincidentally while President Trump was playing golf with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago. 

Reuters reported on the makeup of the missile.

 The North's state-run KCNA news agency said leader Kim Jong Un supervised the test of the Pukguksong-2, a new type of strategic weapon capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.

The KCNA report on the missile went on to say that the test solidified control and guidance capabilities, and further that the  device was able to launch with a high trajectory, instead of low, which gives it more range. 

In response to the test, the U.S., Japan, and South Korea have called for an urgent UN Security Council meeting, which is reported to take place this afternoon.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer released a statement in reference to North Korea. 

"We are going to reinforce and strengthen our vital alliances in the Pacific region as part of our strategy to deter and prevent the increasing hostility that we’ve seen in recent years from the North Korean regime," Spicer stated.

Trump Administration chief policy adviser Stephen Miller said Sunday that, "the message we're sending to the world right now is a message of strength and solidarity; we stand with Japan and we stand with our allies in the region to address the North Korean menace."

Further, at Mar-a-Lago, Trump and Abe partnered in an urgent, shortly-lived conference, which the Washington Post detailed.

Abe spoke in Japanese, and his words were translated by an aide to the side.

Among the points he made:

  • “North Korea’s most recent missile launch is absolutely intolerable.”
  • “North Korea must fully comply with the relevant U.N. Security Council resolutions.”
  • “During the summit meeting that I had with President Trump, he assured me that the United States will always [be with] Japan 100 percent, and to demonstrate his determination as well as commitment, he is here with me at this joint press conference.”

Trump then took his turn at the lectern, offering this brief statement:

“I just want everybody to understand and fully know that the United States of America stands behind Japan, its great ally, 100%."

 

China has a place in the matter as well, as increasing pressure exists for the country to make further moves toward pushing North Korea to abandon its nuclear program. The country has also stated that the root cause of the persistence of the program is not their fault, but that of tense relations with the U.S. and South Korea. 

Fox News reported that a Chinese Communist Party newspaper has issued a statement compelling the other world powers to take action. 

 A Chinese Communist Party newspaper pressed world powers, including the U.S., to address the “root cause” of North Korea’s nuclear development, saying it’s futile for Washington and others to continue to crack down on its nuclear development while ignoring Pyongyang’s concerns. The paper added that by asking Beijing to pressure North Korea, world powers were not addressing the real issue at hand.

 Both the Chinese and Russian foreign ministries have spoken out against North Korea's defiant actions. 

We need a plan for NK because the little dough boy will not stop and will, if nothing happens, get more powerful.  The UN can't do anything and never has.  They are a waste of space and humanity!!!

I agree, Mickie.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/justinholcomb/2017/04/18/breaking-man-shouting-allahu-akbar-kills-three-in-california-n2314986

       BREAKING: Man Shouting "Allahu Akbar" Kills Three in California.

BREAKING: Man Shouting "Allahu Akbar" Kills Three in California

Kori Ali Muhammad has shot and killed three people in Fresno, California according to numerous local reports

Authorities say he shouted "Allahu Akbar" as he was taken in to custody and the victims appear to be random.

One of Muhammad's victims was a man standing outside the Catholic Charities building in the local downtown district.

In addition to the three people who were killed, Muhammad had been wanted in connection with the shooting death of a security guard last Thursday.

 Special Agents from Fresno Field Office and San Francisco Field Division are on scene of Fresno shooting spree scenes.

Well unless we remove them, there will be lots more killings.  Their belief is that if they kill others they will be saved.  Too bad CA doesn't have the death penalty.  CA if only going to get worse!!

Muslims ate 1% of our population and a small % of that 1% commits over 50% of the terroristic acts.

Then we need to get rid of the whole small %!!!!

True but i would take things a step further and warn that anyone caught proposing sharia law is subject to being investigated and deported for being just plain stupid. Lol.

                                       The Stubborn Leading the Insane: Russia Warns North Korea

You know it’s bad when Russia says things are going too far.

North Korea launched another nuclear test on September 9th. This isn’t the first time either. North Korea has been successful five times with these tests, two times in this year alone.

The director of the International Atomic Energy Agency spoke out condemning North Korea’s actions. He cited Resolution 2270, which “condemned in the strongest terms the DPRK’s previous nuclear test conducted on 6 January this year.” The United Nations retweeted the Director’s statements on Twitter.

North Korea: find more info on #IAEA activities in connection w/ nuclear situation in #DPRK https://t.co/JAP2eLYTbM pic.twitter.com/YmJNv0iQPH

— IAEA (@iaeaorg) September 9, 2016

International leaders have already expressed their disapproval of North Korea’s actions. South Korea’s President Park labeled the test, “fanatic recklessness.” Our own secretary of state stated that it is, “as destabilizing as it is unlawful, flagrantly violating multiple UN security Council Resolutions and the D.P.R.K.’s own commitments.”

But what is the most surprising is that Russia, one of North Korea’s handful of allies, is also distancing itself from the nuclear tests.

The Guardian reported that the Russian foreign ministry chimed into the denouncements by saying, “We consider it to be absolutely impermissible to make public statements containing threats to deliver some ‘preventive nuclear strikes’ against opponents.”

The best part is that Russia warns its troublesome ally about pushing the international community too far. In the same statement from the Russian foreign ministry, North Korea was told to, “be aware of the fact that in this way the DPRK will become fully opposed to the international community and will create international legal grounds for using military force against itself…”

And Russia should know, seeing as they’re playing a similar game with their aggression towards Ukraine.

We are really in dangerous times and need to be prepared and ready to shoot down anything that comes our way.  Russia is in trouble too if they keep supporting the "Little Dough Boy".

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/jennifervanlaar/2017/05/13/trump-liberty-university-n2326470?

At Liberty University, President Trump Challenges Graduates to Challenge Accepted Wisdom.

 At Liberty University, President Trump Challenges Graduates to Challenge Accepted Wisdom

After receiving an honorary Doctorate of Law degree, President Trump delivered his first commencement address as President of the United States at Liberty University Saturday.



The school's president, Jerry Falwell, Jr., was an early and extremely vocal supporter of Trump's presidency.

Not all of the students were behind Falwell's endorsement, though. A


group called Liberty United Against Trump issued a statement in the fall saying they were "disappointed" with Falwell's endorsement and that they were "tired of being associated with one of the worst presidential candidates in American history," but the only visible protests were off campus, organized by the Seven Hills Progressive Society.

The tone of Trump's remarks wavered between traditional commencement fare and down-to-earth humor. He led off with a joke about his unlikely ascension to the presidency.

"[Here's the class of 2017, dressed in cap and gown, graduating to a totally brilliant future. And here I am, standing before you as President of the United States. So I'm guessing there are some people here today who thought that either one of those things...would really require major help from God. Do we agree? And we got it."

 

Much of the advice he offered graduates centered on Trump's usual themes: taking on entrenched institutions, being an outsider, poking at critics, and taking risks.

  • “A small group of failed voices who think they know everything and understand everyone want to tell everybody else how to live and what to do and how to think, but you aren't going to let other people tell you what you believe, especially when you know that you are right.”
  • "Did we take risks? Did we dare to defy expectations? Did we challenge accepted wisdom and take on established systems? I think I did, but we all did, and we're all doing it. Or did we just go along with convention...and just give in because it was the easy way, it was the traditional way, or it was the accepted way?"
  • "Nothing is easier or more pathetic than being a critic, because they're people who can't get the job done. But the future belongs for the dreamers, not the critics, the people who follow their heart no matter what the critics say."
  • Be totally unafraid to challenge entrenched interests and powerful power structures. The more people tell you it's not possible, it can't be done, the more you should be absolutely determined to treat them wrong.

Trump poked at Falwell, jokingly questioning his judgment in moving the school's football program to the FBS for the 2018 season - and making reference to another religious university's legendary football program, the Catholic Notre Dame (where Vice President Pence is giving the commencement address today).

[A] crucial part of Reverend Falwell’s vision for making Liberty a world-class institution was having a world-class football team, much like the great teams of Notre Dame — great school, great place.

As Liberty students cheered, Trump read off a list of schools the football team will face next season and cautioned them that it would be tough.

“Jerry, are you sure you know what you’re doing? Jerry, Auburn? I don’t know about that, Jerry. This could be trouble, Jerry.”

He ended his remarks by reminding the new graduates of the importance of tenacity and hard work. Referring to people he'd worked with over the years, he said:

They were totally brilliant...they gave up. I've seen others who really didn't have that talent or that ability but they're among the most successful people in the world because they never gave up.

Students had a laugh at Trump's expense, though, when he read a passage from 2 Corinthians, referring to it as "Two Corinthians" instead of "Second Corinthians."

.late 50s....and they said 'Two Thessalonians'. Evidently....we might be the ones that are silly....and 'Two' was the standard way to say these books of the Bible....at one time...and somewhere it was changed to 'Second'.

Open your Bible, it reads "1 Peter", "2 Corinthians", "1 Samuel.---

Much of the advice he offered graduates centered on Trump's usual themes: taking on entrenched institutions, being an outsider, poking at critics, and taking risks.

  • “A small group of failed voices who think they know everything and understand everyone want to tell everybody else how to live and what to do and how to think, but you aren't going to let other people tell you what you believe, especially when you know that you are right.”
  • "Did we take risks? Did we dare to defy expectations? Did we challenge accepted wisdom and take on established systems? I think I did, but we all did, and we're all doing it. Or did we just go along with convention...and just give in because it was the easy way, it was the traditional way, or it was the accepted way?"
  • "Nothing is easier or more pathetic than being a critic, because they're people who can't get the job done. But the future belongs for the dreamers, not the critics, the people who follow their heart no matter what the critics say."
  • Be totally unafraid to challenge entrenched interests and powerful power structures. The more people tell you it's not possible, it can't be done, the more you should be absolutely determined to treat them wrong.

Trump poked at Falwell, jokingly questioning his judgment in moving the school's football program to the FBS for the 2018 season - and making reference to another religious university's legendary football program, the Catholic Notre Dame (where Vice President Pence is giving the commencement address today).

[A] crucial part of Reverend Falwell’s vision for making Liberty a world-class institution was having a world-class football team, much like the great teams of Notre Dame — great school, great place.

As Liberty students cheered, Trump read off a list of schools the football team will face next season and cautioned them that it would be tough.

“Jerry, are you sure you know what you’re doing? Jerry, Auburn? I don’t know about that, Jerry. This could be trouble, Jerry.”

He ended his remarks by reminding the new graduates of the importance of tenacity and hard work. Referring to people he'd worked with over the years, he said:

They were totally brilliant...they gave up. I've seen others who really didn't have that talent or that ability but they're among the most successful people in the world because they never gave up.

He is right we all need to learn never to give up and not to believe the new media or the nay sayers!!!

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