What Would Happen if North Korea Hit San Francisco with a Nuclear Missile?
Tommy Alexander

With all due respect to your piece, I think it’s unwise and frankly dangerous to be publishing content like this that quantifies and helps inform North Korea’s analysis and strategy. Putting this out there to garner clicks and attention isn’t worth the potential cost. I’m highly disappointed in this kind of article and have been crossing my fingers that some content organization would not put this out there. I used to really enjoy reading the Bold Italic, but something has seriously changed since new ownership or interests have entered. I trust stories like this would be thought of more carefully in the future. Instead, why not quantify the economic impact of North Korea entering the global economy full on, and what progress could be made there. As I told my girlfriend when she was learning to ski: if you look at the tree, you’re going to hit the tree!

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