Tag Archives: United Nations

Dealing with the United Nations


Published 12/27/2016 at Canada Free Press The current imbroglio at the United Nations triggered by the abstention of the United States government during the Security Council vote on a measure which condemned the government of Israel over the building of … Continue reading

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What Exactly Does the U.N. Accomplish?


Published at Canada Free Press on April 11, 2015 To answer the title question as succinctly as possible only requires two words – Not Much. Founded in 1945 as a reaction to the incredible destruction the entire world suffered because … Continue reading

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What In The World Are They Thinking?


Could some lawyer reading this please tell me how willfully and publicly flouting federal law is not punished? I understand the concept of prosecutorial discretion, but that’s for the equivalent of jay-walking, not major felonies, correct? Well, I’m not talking … Continue reading

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What to Do About Boko Haram


Much has been written in the past few weeks about Abubakar Shekau, the leader of the Islamic terrorist group in Nigeria and nearby nations called Boko Haram. Boko Haram variously translates into English as “Western education is sinful” or “Books … Continue reading

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Jonah Goldberg Explains “Social Justice”


This is well worth the time (5-1/2 minutes) and gives all of us who are not hooked on the left’s Kool-Aide some new tools to deal with the loons who think politicians with a big D after their names are … Continue reading

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The Future of the Internet

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The blogosphere has erupted over the announced plans of the Obama administration to turn control of internet over to the United Nations.  Why they would do this at this time is not particularly clear, or at least their justification for … Continue reading

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What Hath Diversity Wrought

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In thinking about diversity and immigration, the idea of establishing of immigration quotas based on a desire for diversity is insane. Look at what has happened with the migration from numerous Muslim nations and their impact on European nations.  Immigrants … Continue reading

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Goals for 2016


Let me start by saying that I am not a Republican.  But since the nation has been used to Democrats versus Republicans since about 1860, it’s hard to change their view of a two-party electoral system.  Given the make-up of … Continue reading

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What is the Real Issue in Syria?


For the past two weeks, the Obama administration has flip-flopped around like a fish out of water.  Obama and his crack foreign policy team have been looking for a way to avoid the military response that Obama, himself, threatened a … Continue reading

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Our President from Another Planet


I’ll confess, I didn’t watch Barack Obama’s address to the nation on Tuesday night. Not that I wasn’t interested, but I always prefer to read the transcript of a speech, rather than risk being distracted by the speaker’s histrionics. So … Continue reading

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