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South Korean news sources reported that North Korean authorities have dragged family members of Kim Jong-un's uncle, Jang Song-theak — the uncle who was executed by order of the dictator for various crimes against the country — from their homes and shot them.
Former basketball great Dennis Rodman said sorry on Monday once again, this time for failing to bring about any assistance for imprisoned American Kenneth Bae while visiting North Korea and presenting Kim Jong-un with a birthday exhibition game.
There have been and will always be individuals who will exploit the freedoms we enjoy as U.S. citizens. We see it in the manner in which the right to free speech is manipulated, the slop which passes for entertainment and the high incidence of disgusting erectile-dysfunction advertisements that air on television at all hours of the day and night.
Three weeks ago in this space, you read about the difficulties with which Christians contend in nations around the world. This week, an international ministry that has long supported the persecuted church has released a "watch list" documenting even more issues.
Dennis Rodman apologized Thursday for implying on national television that dictator Kim Jong-un had good reasons for imprisoning American Kenneth Bae for 15 years, saying that he had been drinking and was stressed.
The family of the Kenneth Bae, the American who’s been imprisoned by North Korea authorities for unclear causes, say they’re in shock and awe over comments made by former basketball great Dennis Rodman, who told a nationally televised audience that the man must have done something wrong to justify his capture.
Sen. John McCain didn’t pull punches when characterizing former NBA star Dennis Rodman’s cozy relations with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un: He’s an “idiot,” the Arizonan said.
North Korea's Kim Jong-un has few fans, but one of his biggest just arrived in Pyongyang. Dennis Rodman joined several other former NBA players for an exhibition game against a North Korean team for the amusement of Mr. Kim on Wednesday. This was the North Korean dictator's 31st birthday. Mr. Rodman even sang an off-key rendition of "Happy Birthday" to the Not So Dear Leader before the tipoff at Pyongyang Indoor Stadium.
The latest in the Dennis Rodman-North Korea debacle is that the former NBA great kicked off Wednesday’s exhibition game in Pyongyang with a solo song to despot Kim Jong-un: Happy birthday, dear leader.