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Who Is Kim Yong-chol?

General Kim Yong-chol is arriving in New York to discuss North Korea’s denuclearization with top US officials, including Secretary of State Mike Pompeo whom Kim has met twice. 384 more words


Who’s To Blame if the US-North Korea Summit Isn’t Held?

Virtually everyone in the US faults North Korea for threatening to cancel the Trump-Kim summit scheduled for June 12 in Singapore. No one, including the liberal media, bothers to address North Korea’s conditions for a successful summit or the reasons for its warning about a cancellation.  833 more words


APB: A Dangerous Game of Chicken

As the “tit-for-tat” trade fight between the US and China escalates, Donald Trump is likely to find that he doesn’t “know China” the way he once thought.  338 more words


Defying the Hawks on the Way to a Trump-Kim Summit

Donald Trump’s extraordinary decision to meet with Kim Jong-un has taken all the policy hawks by surprise—and led them to issue all kinds of warnings of impending disaster.  661 more words


Overview of AMBA Protocol

AMBA – Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture

AMBA, created by ARM, describes a generic set of buses for use in ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuits), SoCs and traditional microcontrollers. 248 more words

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All Points Bulletin

I am on the lookout for ONE missing sock.

Last seen Monday, February 19, 2018, when placed in washing machine.

Distinguishing features: navy blue polka dots (polka…that’s such an odd word, I’ll have to look up its origin another time). 110 more words


Is There a Trump-Russia Conspiracy?

Now that Russia’s interference in US politics since at least 2014 is “official” with Robert Mueller’s indictments—the evidence is “incontrovertible,” H. R. McMaster, the national security special assistant says—we need to refocus on the bigger question: Why does the president of the United States persist in ignoring, excusing, and covering up Vladimir Putin’s obvious strategy—one might use “incontrovertible” a second time—to undermine our political system and our alliances?  352 more words