Category: The United Nations

September 13, 2008

World’s Gutter Governments To Sit In Judgment Over U.S. Human Rights Record

No one is perfect. As such, at times correction and admonition may need to be promulgated to set the ethically concerned back on the right path. When issued by those adhering to the high standards to which they …

May 7, 2008

DANGER Socialism NOW

Filed under: The United Nations - 07 May 2008

THE Democrat’s in the senate are trying to sneak a bill through that will turn the USA into pawn of the United Nations and give away our Independence and freedom making us a socialist state under the UN.

April 19, 2008

Free Exercise, Not Theocracy

Liberal support for the removal of prayer in schools, the Ten Commandments from public buildings, and other expressions of religious belief in the public square is premised upon the United States as a “secular nation.” When conservatives object to such …

February 7, 2008

UN ‘Peacekeepers’ Vandalizing Ancient Art — Where is MSM Reporting?

Filed under: The United Nations,What The F@#K?!? - 07 Feb 2008

We are told over and over again that the United Nations is the answer to all the world’s ills. It is often claimed that without the UN things would be so much worse in troubled spots around the world. But, …

January 20, 2008

UN Enters The War on Terror – On Whose Side?

After years of speaking out of both sides of its mouth on the issue of terrorism, the United Nations has finally staked out a clear position: Any negative portrayal of Islam will not be tolerated. The General Assembly has …

December 17, 2007

Do You Think It’s Fun Being A Denier?

There are many people whom, just because the weather does things that aren’t always in our creature comfort zone, believe that strange things are happening and it’s all our fault. Whenever a catastrophic tornado or hurricane touches down, it can’t …

June 28, 2007

United Nations Reforms Still Needed

Filed under: The United Nations - 28 Jun 2007

Since 2005, the United Nations has been attempting to reform its management processes, in part to help ensure that resources are used effectively and efficiently. Some of these reforms focus on improving oversight and accountability at the United Nations. …

May 6, 2007

The West should step out of the United Nations

U.N. requested a cease-fire, without making the distinction between attackers and defenders. Palestine was partitioned in an Israeli State, a Palestinian State and Jerusalem was internationalized . In the end, the aggressors were rewarded. – In October 1962, with …

March 30, 2007

The Great D.C. Pig-Out!

If a “culture” were dropped into a Petrie dish every time Nancy Pelosi used the words, “culture of corruption” before last year’s election, by the time we’d voted, the country would’ve been awash in bacteria. No matter the topic, she …

January 20, 2007

Undersecretary General of UN Indicted in Oil-for-Food Case

Filed under: The United Nations - 20 Jan 2007

United Nations Undersecretary General Benon Sevan of Cyprus and Ephraim Nadler, a/k/a “Fred Nadler” of New York City were indicted on charges of bribery and conspiracy to commit wire fraud, in connection with the United Nations Oil-for-Food Program.

December 20, 2006

Extolling the Female Tongue

A long time ago I read a short online piece about how women could get their men to put the toilet seat down. Inherent in it was the idea that this was an example of men’s lack of consideration …

December 13, 2006

Kofi Annan’s Farewell Tour

As part of Kofi Annan’s farewell tour of the United States, the outgoing United Nations Secretary General decided to take a few more slaps at the US and the Bush Administration. Annan appeared at the Truman Library in Independence, Missouri, …

December 4, 2006

Don’t Bolt on Bolton

Filed under: The United Nations,War On Terror - 04 Dec 2006

More than a few Republicans were sweating out Election Day 2006, but one of them had to be U. N. Ambassador John Bolton. Remember, he got the job when President Bush made a recess appointment to put him in the …

December 1, 2006

Will Bolton Stay at the UN?

Bolton, who is a career U.S. diplomat, was first nominated for the U.N. Ambassadorship by President Bush on March 7, 2005. His confirmation vote was blocked in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee by Democrats opposed to the nomination and by …

November 11, 2006

For Israel, Patience is No Virtue

It has been a full three months since United Nations Security Council Resolution 1701, passed in early August, was unanimously agreed upon as a mechanism for ending the Israel – Hezbollah conflict in Lebanon.

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