Double Take 'Toons: L'Il Kim?

The death of North Korea's Kim Jong Il prompted John Cole to imagine the mercurial dictator's final negotiation. While Nick Anderson wonders what might happen if Kim's son, twenty-something Kim Jong Un, succeeds his father as the head of the DPRK. John Cole/The Scranton Times-Tribune hide caption

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