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We have a chance to finally end the Korean War


Wisconsinites Stanley Christianson, Melvin Handrich, Einar Ingman, Mitchell Red Cloud Jr. and Jerome Sudet received the Medal of Honor for their service in the Korean War, where fighting lasted from the summer of 1950 until an armistice was signed in the summer of 1953.

It is time to finally end that war. Now there is a chance.

Mike Pompeo, the director of the CIA, has met with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un to prepare for a summit meeting between Mr. Kim and President Trump.

On April 27, Kim Jong-un and South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in will meet, and they are expected to issue a joint statement on what may be the subject of future meetings, including the issue of nuclear weapons on the Korean Peninsula...

from Madison.Com


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Ambassador Thomas A. Loftus

Ambassador Loftus served as U.S. Ambassador to Norway from 1993 to 1998. He is an international consultant specializing in Norway. He has also consulted foundations that assist Parliaments in developing democracies, and complete projects with the new Hungarian Parliament, the Parliament of Thailand, the National and Provincial Parliaments of Pakistan, the Parliament of Latvia, the Parliament of Turkey and the Parliament of Macedonia.