North Korea makes bold threats against U.S.
I've been saying it since Kim Jong Il died that North Korea is going to be an open and abrasive threat. It may or may not be bluster, but I highly suspected that they were going to feel the need to at least rattle the saber at the world and the U.S. in particular. Kim Jong Un isn't the "leader" his father or grandfather were, so they would need to do something that keeps people aware of N.K.'s "power."
On a random side note: I saw Red Dawn with a buddy a few weeks back. Talk about awkward. Only Korean-ethnicity in a movie about N.K. invading the U.S. What's even more disturbing, to me, is how many dirty looks and long stares I got leaving the theater after. Seriously people? It's a movie. Hell, from what I could tell I've been an American longer than half the people seeing the movie that day had been alive. Goes to show you how easily the sheep are swayed by media, even totally fictitious.