Tag Archive for ‘United Nations’
Just the behavior we’ve come to expect from the current “Leader of the Free World.” But more than that, there are three big losers from President Obama’s cynical appointment of Susan Rice as his new national security adviser: Secretary of State John Kerry, Congress and the American people.
Why did Secretary of State Clinton and President Obama act in the way they did?
Was it ineptness, or something else? If the latter, can a motive be established? A possible motive could be the Istanbul Process. In 2012, Hillary Clinton co-chaired a meeting with 57 Muslim countries in Istanbul, Turkey. The closed-door meeting was for the purpose of devising a process to implement U.N. Resolution 16/18, which would prohibit speech insulting Islam. . . .
Even before his most ambitious gun-control proposals were falling by the wayside, President Obama was turning for help to the United Nations. On April 2, the United States led 154 nations to approve the Arms Trade Treaty in the U.N. General Assembly. While much of the treaty governs the international sale of conventional weapons, its regulation of small arms would provide American gun-control advocates with a new tool for restricting rights. Yet because the Constitution requires that two-thirds of the Senate give its advice and consent to any treaty, Second Amendment supporters still have a political route to stop the administration.
Here’s the top 10 stories of 2012–an insight into the topics and issues that readers had on their minds. Some of these stories reflect national news–such as the demise of Osama bin Laden–and others point towards a growing independence from mainstream media–such as the continued interest in Agenda 21. Republican Assembly activity featured prominently among the year’s top stories and generated significant traffic
Democrats want to make the debate over UN Ambassador Susan Rice’s potential appointment as Secretary of State all about race and gender. Perhaps they are right: there hasn’t been a white male appointed to the post since Warren Christopher (who?). . .
The U.N.’s International Telecommunications Union (ITU) holds a conference next month in which everything from new internet taxes, to new censorship rules, to new internet regulations will be in play. The new regulations and taxes alone could force “websites like Google, Facebook, and Netflix to pay fees to network operators around the world.”
Barack “Just Eye Candy” Obama campaigns in Las Vegas and makes a TV appearance while America citizens die in Libya? Could something be wrong here, Mr. President?
The tiny terrorist in charge of Iran, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has been wowing audiences in New York City since his arrival to address the increasingly ill-named “United Nations” . . .
For many years, I was an active supporter of the IPCC and its CO2 theory. Recent experience with the UN’s climate panel, however, forced me to reassess my position.
These “studio and one-bedroom apartments” will be no bigger than 275 to 300 sq ft. These tiny living spaces are smaller than currently allowed by building regulations . . .