The Tyrannical dictator, Kim Jong il, died from a heart attack. His youngest son, Kim Jong Un, is slated to take power. Published December 19 2011
The death of Kim Jong Il leaves the Korean Peninsula and America’s relationship with North Korea unstable on the heels of the nuclear agreement announcement. Published December 19 2011
To no one’s surprise, Herman Cain has become Herman Caint Published December 5 2011
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