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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Kim Jong
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.
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.
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Dennis Rodman apologized Thursday for comments about captive American missionary Kenneth Bae in an interview with CNN.
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Dennis Rodman apologized Thursday for comments he made in North Korea about a detained American missionary, saying he had been drinking and was under pressure as he organized a game with former NBA players.
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.
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.
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Former NBA star Charles D. Smith says he feels remorse for coming to Pyongyang with Dennis Rodman for a game on the North Korean leader's birthday because the event has been dwarfed by politics and tainted by Rodman's own comments.
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Dennis Rodman said Monday that a game he and other former National Basketball Association players are planning in North Korea will be a "birthday present" for one of their most unlikely fans: leader Kim Jong Un.
Dennis Rodman has named a team of former NBA players to play an exhibition basketball game in Pyongyang, North Korea.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Wednesday praised the recent execution of his powerful uncle, Jang Song Thaek, saying it brought "single-hearted unity" to the hermit kingdom's regime.
So Dennis Rodman is in North Korea, trying to train select basketball players for an exhibition game against former U.S. greats on Jan. 8, for dictator Kim Jong-un's birthday. Meanwhile, Mr. Rodman is putting together a roster of 12 he wants from America to come play. But there's just one problem: He can't get the American players to agree to travel to the regime.
The former top diplomat who oversaw the Obama administration's self-described "pivot to Asia" says recent moves by North Korea's young dictator Kim Jong-un have triggered unease in China, which has long served as North Korea's main ally in the region.
Dennis Rodman plans to travel to North Korea next week to train its basketball team, a trip unaffected by the execution of leader Kim Jong Un's uncle.
Official reports about the execution of the uncle and onetime mentor of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un raised questions Friday about the totalitarian regime's stability and the mercurial leader's mindset.
That was the first time his three children from an earlier marriage had spoken to him, she said.