The following is excerpt from Mike Pesca | October 4, 2017 | Slate.com |
A retired military man explains why any show of force against North Korea will hurt our allies in the south.
Has the military become more tolerant of collateral damage under President Trump? Why are there no good military options in North Korea? And who does it hurt when the president goes off-script about Kim Jong-un? Retired Maj. Gen. James “Spider” Marks has the answers.
In the Spiel, the cost of paying constant attention to the president’s myriad sins and insults.
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