Also: The Russians are birthing, the Russians are birthing.
Smile for the not very candid camera
“The Chinese Communist Party is extending its surveillance of critics abroad…”
“LaVar is just a poor man’s version of Don King, but without the hair.”
“the U.S. government has asked us for something we simply do not have, and something we consider too dangerous to create.”
“Should have happened years ago.”
“Help turn those who believe in religions into believing in the Party.”
How about a friendly retirement?
“It was at the Chinese insistence there were no questions today.”
And no one seems to object.
“Chinese people are increasingly ignoring party propaganda and are much more interested in movie stars…”
“President Bush, to me, embarrassed himself.”
“We can talk to them. We do talk to them.”
“It was like Pol Pot’s genocide multiplied 20 times over.”
Dotards and madmen.
Not exactly critical of authoritarian states
Not available at the local Chevron
About time, but more is needed
“Ready to use a form of ultimate means.”
More fireworks this weekend?
“North Korea is determined to go on a nuclear path to oppose global society.”
Not exactly, but you get the drift
Seoul: Pyongyang prepping another ICBM launch.
Mr. Maduro has some friends after all
China: “Hit the brakes.”
Tillerson to Kim: Let’s chat.
The more things change, the more they stay the same
Associated Press: Should we shoot down the missiles?
Nobody wants it, but we’re going to be ready anyway
Jill Stein blames “demonization.”
Still an unusual choice
So whose job is it, then?
Trump: “Severe” consequences coming for Pyongyang.
Double secret suspension?