North Korean leader Kim Jong Un today told his troops to be ready for 'all-out war' and instructed them to 'make the first gunfire' if tensions with South Korea boil over.
He also promised a 'great advance' over the border between the two nations, shortly after the North announced that it had abandoned its peace treaty with the South.
The pariah state has launched a new round of warlike rhetoric in anger over tough new sanctions imposed on it.
The UN Security council voted to impose the fresh round of sanctions targeting North Korea's economy and leadership in the wake of the country's third nuclear test.
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Friday, March 8, 2013
Posted by Matt Young at 12:02 PM
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
While the county has a wish list, the Congress has a budget problem. Several budget problems, actually, all of which complicate the county’s efforts to fund priorities ranging from road improvements to high-speed rail training. “It certainly makes it more challenging,” Fresno County Board of Supervisors Chairman Henry R. Perea acknowledged Monday. Perea is one of 22 politically attuned Fresno County residents swarming Capitol Hill this week as part of an annual lobbying trip dubbed “One Voice.” This is the county’s eighth annual lobbying trip coordinated under the “One Voice” umbrella by the Fresno Council of Governments, but the first to occur under such peculiar circumstances. On Saturday, just as the Fresno delegation arrived, the federal government entered into the murky budget world known inside-the-Beltway as the “sequester.” The automatic round of across-the-board budget cuts, imposed because Congress and the White House failed to strike a deal, will eventually reduce federal spending by $85 billion through Oct. 1. Further clouding the picture, a temporary spending measure that keeps the federal government operating expires March 27. Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/03/04/2541999/fresno-county-looks-for-money.html#storylink=cpyReaders should note that this bozo was the one that almost broke the Fresno County budget years ago with a nearly illegal bond dedicated to enhanced retirement. The bond was almost rescinded by Gov Gray Davis, investigated by the grand jury and Harry Perea almost got indicted.
Second, readers should know that a lobby from Central California to Washingon
t has a name, it is called Two Senators, which we should have. California is eight senators short of a fair vote. Why? Because Perea and the Undemocratic Party does not believe in fair voting.
Third, my readers should know that California pays a 25% premium on taxes sent to Washington vs services returned. We subsidize DC, not the other way around.
Harry is simply an idiot, crook and undemocratic jackass.
Posted by Matt Young at 12:46 PM