Buried somewhere between the latest Washington sex scandals and stern-faced journalists asking about Russian “collusion” in last year’s election is the very real possibility that the U.S. could be heading toward war with a nuclear-armed North Korea.
It’s the war nobody seems to want to talk about, let alone fight.
But there may not be any viable options to avoid getting into a real live shooting war with North Korea and its brassy, baby-faced dictator.
With each new ballistic test, Kim Jong-Un seems to gain a level of credibility to back up his seemingly insane threats against a world superpower no longer headed not by the appeasement-driven Barack Obama but a far more unpredictable Donald Trump.
On Nov. 28 the communist state successfully tested a long-range missile launch that could reach any point within the continental United States, including Washington, D.C.