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  • Samantha Power, Obama's anti-genocide advisor, unveils new "Atrocities Prevention Board"

    08/18/2011 2:50:13 PM PDT · by Thebaddog · 51 replies
    Chicago Sun Times ^ | 8/8/11 | Lynn Sweet
    WASHINGTON---The Obama White House issued new measures on Friday to prevent genocides and mass atrocities, creating an "Atrocities Prevention Board" in the wake of the failure of the "Never Again" vow taken following the German Holocaust to stop the murders of entire populations. Obama's directive forming the board states: "Preventing mass atrocities and genocide is a core national security interest and a core moral responsibility of the United States of America." The directive creates an important new tool in this effort, establishing a standing interagency Atrocities Prevention Board with the authority to develop prevention strategies and to ensure that concerns...
  • Another stunner behind Obama's Libya doctrine (R2P- Holocaust denier helped devise policy)

    03/30/2011 9:30:07 AM PDT · by opentalk · 48 replies
    WND ^ | March 29,2011 | Aaron Klein
    TEL AVIV – A staunch denier of the Holocaust who long served as the deputy of late PLO leader Yasser Arafat served on the committee that invented the military doctrine used by President Obama as the main justification for U.S. and international airstrikes against Libya. As WND first reported, billionaire philanthropist George Soros is a primary funder and key proponent of the Global Centre for Responsibility to Protect, the world's leading organization pushing the military doctrine. Several of the doctrine's main founders sit on multiple boards with Soros. The doctrine and its founders, as WND reported, have been deeply tied...
  • Samantha Power’s Power

    04/05/2011 8:25:47 AM PDT · by La Lydia · 25 replies
    National Review ^ | April 5, 2011 | Stanley Kurtz
    A member of the president’s National Security Council who shares Noam Chomsky’s foreign-policy goals? An influential presidential adviser whom 1960s revolutionary Tom Hayden treats as a fellow radical? ... Samantha Power, senior director of multilateral affairs for the National Security Council and perhaps the principal architect of our current intervention in Libya, is all of these things. These scary-sounding tidbits might be dismissed as isolated “gotchas.” Unfortunately, when we view these radical outcroppings in the full sweep of her life’s work, Samantha Power emerges as a patriot’s nightmare — a woman determined to subordinate America’s national sovereignty to an international...
  • The Man Who Killed Leon Trotsky

    01/15/2009 11:58:28 AM PST · by nickcarraway · 16 replies · 1,869+ views
    typicallyspanish.com ^ | Dec 28, 2008
    Ramón Mercader from Barcelona killed Trotsky with an ice axe in Mexico City. On 20th August 1940, the exiled Leon Trotsky was fatally wounded at his home in a suburb of Mexico City when an ice axe was driven into his skull. He cried out to his guards as they burst into his study, ‘Don’t kill him! He must talk.’ Despite struggling fiercely, and even managing to bite the hand of his assassin, Trotsky died the next day, and the man who wielded the murder weapon was sentenced to 20 years in prison. He insisted throughout his trial and his...
  • Israel's Netanyahu: World has double standards

    12/10/2012 11:40:28 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 8 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Dec 10, 2012 5:55 PM EST | Josef Federman
    Israel’s prime minister on Monday accused the international community of “deafening silence” in response to recent vows by the head of the Hamas militant group to fight on until the Jewish state is destroyed, and appeared unmoved by the gathering storm of global condemnation of his government’s plans to continue settling the West Bank. Benjamin Netanyahu’s tough words were likely to deepen the rift between Israel and some of its closest allies, particularly in Europe, that has emerged since the U.N. General Assembly overwhelmingly voted in favor of Palestinian independence last month. In a sign of the tense relations, European...
  • U.N. Climate Conference's Goal? One-World Gov't

    11/30/2011 3:48:40 PM PST · by opentalk · 13 replies
    IBD ^ | November 29, 2011 | PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY
    The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Durban, South Africa, opening on Nov. 28, called COP-17, is one of a series of U.N. meetings working toward a specific goal. Advertising for this meeting features a long list of celebrities, including Angelina Jolie, U2's Bono, Ted Turner, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Gore and Michael Bloomberg. The U.N. goal is to move the United States into a global government by environmental regulations and a vast network of taxes. These newly imposed taxes will give the U.N. a tremendous stream of money in addition to U.S. dues and congressional appropriations.The plan for taxes was...
  • A Blogging Milestone

    11/22/2011 5:36:14 PM PST · by Sick of Lefties · 7 replies
    Noman Says ^ | 11/21/11 | Noman
    A Blogging Milestone Noman passed 12,000 hits today and thought to reflect on his first nine months of blogging. He started on February 12th with a post entitled "Jimmy Carter's Second Term." It concerned Hosni Mubarak's fall in Egypt with American consent (if not help), and the comparison between President Obama and President Carter's governance of domestic and international affairs. Since then, he has vacillated from short-to-mid-size comments to lengthy essays. As hoped for, blogging has served to stimulate more formal writing for other fora, and even to order thoughts for a series of radio interviews. There have been 213...
  • Levi Strauss to Push UN Millennium Development Goals in Global Supply Chain

    09/20/2011 3:26:57 PM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 18 replies
    Sustainable Business ^ | May 11th, 2011
    In a speech delivered today at the CERES annual conference, LS&Co. CEO and President John Anderson said: "We are proposing a new apparel industry standard of social, economic, and environmental sustainability that focuses on improving workers' lives. If our ultimate goal is to improve not just factory conditions, but to make a material difference to the people and communities in our supply chain, then we need a more holistic approach and a more human perspective."
  • Failed State Colonization - The Greatest Threat of Our Time

    05/25/2011 10:58:37 PM PDT · by rmlew · 36 replies
    Sultan Knish ^ | May 25, 2011 | David Greenfield
    Let's compare two countries side by side. Country A has a sizable middle class and economy, social welfare benefits and a low birth rate. Country B is a failed state where thugs run amok in the street, a few families control the economy and the birth rate is off the charts. Country A's citizens are taught that nationalism is evil and that everyone should get along. Country B's citizens are taught that they are the greatest people that ever lived and would be running the world if not for Country A. But despite all this, Country B's citizens all...
  • Collapse of the Obama Worldview

    03/27/2011 6:48:42 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 12 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | March 27, 2011 | Austin Hill
    “…Today I authorized the Armed Forces of the United States to begin a limited military action in Libya, in support of an international effort to protect Libyan civilians…”Thus began a press conference with President Barack Obama. It was Saturday March 19th. While traveling in Brazil, he took a few minutes to announce that a military response to the Gaddafi crisis was underway. Calling the matter “a limited military action in Libya” that would “protect Libyan civilians” was an earnest attempt at a positive spin. But this fact remains: after spending the first two years of his presidency insisting that the...
  • Spanish Police Make More al-Qaida Arrests

    09/18/2003 5:25:01 AM PDT · by kattracks · 8 replies · 272+ views
    AP | 9/18/03
    The Associated Press MADRID, Spain Sept. 18 — Police have arrested several suspects on orders of a Spanish judge who is investigating al-Qaida links, the government said Thursday, a day after he issued the first known indictment against Osama bin Laden in the Sept. 11 attacks. The Interior Ministry said the arrests were made in the southern region of Andalusia and elsewhere in Spain, but it gave no details. News agencies and the Web site of the El Pais newspaper said three men were detained and that they are linked to Tayssir Alouni, a journalist for the Arabic-language TV station...
  • Julian Assange calls for anarchy, complete removal of US ‘chain of command’ including Obama

    12/05/2010 7:52:42 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 94 replies · 1+ views
    Wire Update ^ | December 6, 2010 | Joe Brooks
    In an interview with Spanish newspaper El Pais, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange demanded the complete removal of every United States leader, from the lowest government official all the way to the highest office, for their involvement in spying on UN officials — including the resignation of President Barack Obama. In other words, anarchy. "The whole chain of command who was aware of this order, and approved it, must resign if the US is to be seen to be credible nation that obeys the rule of law," Assange told the newspaper through an internet phone call. "The order is so serious...
  • Brewer to State Department: Remove Reference to Arizona Law from U.N. Report

    08/30/2010 9:38:02 AM PDT · by yoe · 28 replies
    Fox News ^ | August 28, 2010 | Staff
    Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer demanded Friday that a reference to the state's controversial immigration law be removed from a State Department report to the United Nations' human rights commissioner. The U.S. included its legal challenge to the law on a list of ways the federal government is protecting human rights. In a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Brewer says it is "downright offensive" that a state law would be included in the report, which was drafted as part of a UN review of human rights in all member nations every four years. "The idea of our own American...
  • Before Carly There Was RIchard NixOn (What about "Global Governance?")

    06/08/2010 1:03:34 AM PDT · by Nextrush · 11 replies · 27+ views
    6/8/2010 | Self
    We're all supposed to be really excited that Carly Fiorina is "on our side" because she's been endorsed by various and sundry organizations. The National Rifle Association, the National Right To Life Committee, the Susan B. Anthony List etc. By now, many of us realize these groups have a record of endorsing incumbent politicians and political insiders, plus candidates that are less than 100 percent Pro-Life or Second Amendment. National Right To Life always endorses my GOP congressman as "PRO LIFE" when he only voted Pro-Life 57 percent of the time in 2007 and 2008. Then there's the half-way Second...
  • The UN Plan For Human Settlements (Obama Plan)

    05/15/2010 7:56:54 PM PDT · by bronxville · 71 replies · 1,030+ views
    Berit Kjos ^ | ,June 1996 | Berit Kjos
    Bicycles instead of cars? Dense apartment clusters instead of single homes? Community rituals instead of churches? "Human rights" instead of religious freedom? The UN Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II) which met June 3-14 [1996]in Istanbul, painted an alarming picture of the 21st century community. The American ways-free speech, individualism, travel, and Christianity-are out. A new set of economic, environmental, and social guidelines are in. Citizenship, democracy, and education have been redefined. Handpicked civil leaders will implement UN "laws", bypassing state and national representatives to work directly with the UN. And politically correct "tolerance"-meaning "the rejection of dogmatism and absolutism"...
  • Charles Krauthammer on CSPAN2 NOW .. 10:45am ct

    01/19/2010 8:48:39 AM PST · by STARWISE · 6 replies · 823+ views
    CSPAN2 ^ | 1-19-10
    He's speaking live at the Heritage Foundation. Talking about Obama .. who's so above it all with his fantasies, especially about international matters.
  • Walter Cronkite Promoted a World Government-1999 Speech

    07/17/2009 7:09:02 PM PDT · by rlmorel · 40 replies · 2,012+ views
    Speech on acceptance of the Norman Cousins Global Governance Award 1999 | October 19, 1999 | Walter Cronkite
    WALTER CRONKITE PROMOTES DEMOCRATIC FEDERAL WORLD GOVERNMENT (Received W.F.A.'s Norman Cousins Global Governance Award on 19 October 1999} I am greatly honored to receive this award for two reasons: first, I believe as Norman Cousins did that the first priority of humankind in this era is to establish an effective system of world law that will assure peace with justice among the peoples of the world; second, I feel sentimental about this award because half a century ago Norman offered me a job as spokesman and Washington lobbyist for the World Federalist organization, which was then in its infancy. I...
  • Todays news: Obama blames America, apologizes, submits to world government [Freepathon thread XI]

    04/27/2009 2:25:15 PM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 77 replies · 7,369+ views
    Click here to donate to FR ^ | April 27, 2009 | Jim Robinson
    Today's breaking news, same as yesterday, same as tomorrow: Corruption and greed plague DC and Wall Street. Obama taxes, begs, borrows and spends as formerly free markets falter and fail. Unemployment, bankruptcy, despair soar. Swine flu hits Mexico. World Health Organization declares flu pandemic. Schools close in Mexico and Texas. Panic spreads. Earthquake hits Mexico. "Illegal" guns flow from U.S. to Mexico. Illegal drugs, illegal aliens, crime, disease and violence flow back. CO2 emmissions threaten to overheat the earth, raise sea levels, drown millions. War continues to spread in the Middle East. Corruption, crime, violence, greed, plagues, pestilence, drought, floods,...
  • Our Selective Moral Outrage: Why does Israel face more opprobrium than Russia?

    04/24/2009 4:29:50 PM PDT · by rmlew · 11 replies · 471+ views
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | April 21, 2009 | BRET STEPHENS
    Few places on earth have been as systematically brutalized over the past decade as Chechnya. So you might have thought that the Russian government's decision last week to declare an end to its "counterterrorism" operations in the territory would have been an occasion for somber reflection in the Western media. Forget it. It's a 600-word news item at best. Here's a contrast to ponder. Since the beginning of the second intifada in the autumn of 2000, roughly 6,000 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire. That figure includes combatants, as well as those killed in January's fighting in Gaza. As...
  • The Soros Doctrine in Obama Foreign Policy

    04/02/2009 3:41:05 AM PDT · by Scanian · 9 replies · 980+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | April 02, 2009 | Kyle-Anne Shiver
    President Obama is rapidly replacing the Bush Doctrine with the Soros Doctrine, implementing the foreign policy tenets of the principal financier of the American left. When Charlie Gibson peered pedantically down his nose at Sarah Palin last fall, asking "Do you agree with the Bush doctrine?," I could not help but wonder whether anyone in our esteemed mainstream media would have the intelligence or the temerity to ask candidate Barack Obama whether he agreed with the Soros doctrines. Too late now. Soros doctrines reign in the Obama White House and we're about to learn firsthand whether they represent the ideology...
  • Obama Shows Off His Foreign-ness at State Department

    01/24/2009 3:26:26 PM PST · by nysuperdoodle · 34 replies · 1,075+ views
    Evil Conservative Radio ^ | 24 January 2009 | EC
    Am I the only one who finds it creepy when someone shouts out something in some Indonesian dialect and our President answers offhand? Like a native, some would say. I guess there's nothing that can beef up your foreign policy credentials like actually being a foreigner. I stumbled across this clip of our new President showing off his "foreign policy credentials" at the State Department. The assembled media titters and chuckles with delight at our new iternational-style President. I thought you all might enjoy it
  • Waxahachie, Texas to consider adopting "International Property Maintenance Code" (on Sept. 2)

    09/01/2008 10:57:49 PM PDT · by lowbridge · 22 replies · 493+ views
    Agenda A regular meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Waxahachie, Texas to be held in the Council Chamber at City Hall, 401 S. Rogers on Tuesday, September 2, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. Council Members: Ron Wilkinson, Mayor N.B. (Buck) Jordan, Mayor Pro Tem Chuck Beatty, Councilman Joe Jenkins, Councilman John Wray, Councilman -snip 14. Consider proposed Ordinance passing and adopting “The International Property Maintenance Code, 2006 Edition”
  • Conservative Internationalism

    08/28/2008 5:03:04 PM PDT · by ken21 · 8 replies · 118+ views
    Policy Review The Hoover Institution ^ | aug/sept 2008 | Henry R. Nau
    Since world war ii international relations specialists have debated two main traditions or schools of American foreign policy, realism and liberal internationalism. ........................... This essay rejects all of these conclusions. It argues instead that Ronald Reagan tapped into a new and different American foreign policy tradition that has been overlooked by scholars and pundits. That tradition is “conservative internationalism.”
  • Obama’s Hollow Doctrine

    03/26/2008 11:20:44 AM PDT · by Ooh-Ah · 7 replies · 591+ views
    Commentary Magazine ^ | 03.26.2008 | Noah Pollak
    Spencer Ackerman has a long piece in the American Prospect which purports to be a serious exposition of Barack Obama’s foreign policy and of his choice of foreign policy advisers. Obama is said to have big, transformative ideas: He “is offering the most sweeping liberal foreign-policy critique we’ve heard from a serious presidential contender in decades.” I got excited reading this — the kind of expectant feeling one gets upon sitting down to read something that proposes to be new and interesting. Ackerman writes that he “spoke at length with Obama’s foreign-policy brain trust” in order to take the measure...
  • Celebrate Capitalism™ 2007

    05/20/2007 8:42:37 AM PDT · by em2vn · 4 replies · 255+ views
    Celebrate Capitalism ^ | 05-20--7 | prodos
    "For the love of freedom! And the glory of human creativity!" Sunday June 3, 2007, is ICD 7 International Capitalism Day 2007! Capitalism is the only system based on the recognition that each individual owns his life. Capitalism is the only social system in which individuals are free to pursue their rational self-interest, to own property and to profit from their actions. It entrenches individual rights, limited Constitutional government, and political/intellectual/economic freedom. The more capitalist a culture - the greater its freedom and prosperity That is the verdict of history. In just two short centuries, capitalism has lifted men’s living...
  • Shift in Harvard Curriculum Reflects Larger Trend Toward Global Law

    10/25/2006 12:17:43 PM PDT · by Paul Ross · 27 replies · 741+ views
    The National Law Journal ^ | 10-24-2006 Harvard Law School's | Leigh Jones
    Shift in Harvard Curriculum Reflects Larger Trend Toward Global Law Leigh Jones The National Law Journal 10-24-2006 Harvard Law School's recent announcement that it is making the most sweeping changes to its first-year curriculum in 100 years heralded a major shift in legal education, including a new emphasis on global law. But some of its competitors say that they already have revamped their programs in similar ways. Harvard will begin requiring first-year students to take three new courses, including a class on legislation and regulation, another covering global legal systems and a third focusing on problems and theories. The school's...
  • International Property Maintenance Code.

    08/26/2006 10:21:10 PM PDT · by Jeremydmccann · 15 replies · 1,371+ views
    Key word being international, this is a master plan with a blank form for a homeowners association, city, county, township, state or any governing body really. This thing almost makes emminent domain look good. With emminent domain, you get the price of your home, or at least they say you do. With this thing you get nothing. I just started to look through this thing so I don't know all what it's about yet, but so far, wow! Read section 106.3. It says that if you fail to comply with a notice of violation or order served in accordance with...
  • North American Union Would Trump U.S. Supreme Court

    06/23/2006 9:28:50 AM PDT · by Jeremydmccann · 17 replies · 598+ views
    Human Events ^ | Jun 19, 2006 | Jerome R. Corsi
    The Bush Administration is pushing to create a North American Union out of the work on-going in the Department of Commerce under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America in the NAFTA office headed by Geri Word. A key part of the plan is to expand the NAFTA tribunals into a North American Union court system that would have supremacy over all U.S. law, even over the U.S. Supreme Court, in any matter related to the trilateral political and economic integration of the United States, Canada and Mexico. Right now, Chapter 11 of the NAFTA agreement allows a private...
  • Exceptionally Conservative: The Right Nation: Conservative Power in America (great read!)

    06/24/2005 9:10:46 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 5 replies · 713+ views
    CLAREMONT INSTITUTE.ORG ^ | JUNE 24, 2005 | Editor
    Is Conservatism compatible with capitalism? Theorists such as Joseph Schumpeter thought (as did Marx) that the central process of capitalism was "creative destruction." Too much destruction, and there isn't much left to conserve. The conclusion would have to be that capitalism drives out conservatism, but for the last half century, America has been developing a dramatic refutation of this abstract thesis. It is a development that would have astonished students of American culture in the middle of the 20th century. In those days, Louis Hartz declared that America was a liberal society lacking both conservatism and socialism because it had...
  • It’s Time to Bring Back BRICKER

    05/19/2005 11:00:40 AM PDT · by MikeEdwards · 1 replies · 240+ views
    CFP ^ | May 19, 2005 | Nathan Tabor
    Very few people now living will remember John Bricker, but his most memorable claim to fame was the highly controversial Bricker Amendment of 1953. Had it passed, our nation would be a much safer place to live today. John Bricker was born in Ohio in 1893 and admitted to the bar in 1917. After serving as an Army officer in World War I, Bricker entered Ohio politics as a conservative. He was elected governor in 1938 and re-elected twice more. In 1946, Bricker was elected to the U.S. Senate, where he served alongside another staunch Ohio conservative, Sen. Robert Taft,...
  • HOW WE WOULD FIGHT CHINA

    05/10/2005 6:11:01 PM PDT · by hedgetrimmer · 302 replies · 5,723+ views
    LA NUEVA CUBA ^ | June 2005 | Robert D. Kaplan
    The Middle East is just a blip. The American military contest with China in the Pacific will define the twenty-first century. And China will be a more formidable adversary than Russia ever was For some time now no navy or air force has posed a threat to the United States. Our only competition has been armies, whether conventional forces or guerrilla insurgencies. This will soon change. The Chinese navy is poised to push out into the Pacific—and when it does, it will very quickly encounter a U.S. Navy and Air Force unwilling to budge from the coastal shelf of the...
  • Fortress America' sparks new fears

    03/15/2005 8:58:12 AM PST · by hedgetrimmer · 20 replies · 908+ views
    Toronto Star ^ | Mar. 15, 2005 | TIM HARPER
    Canadians are being offered a new vision of a Fortress North America in which the continent is wrapped in a security perimeter from the Arctic all the way to the Guatemalan border. A trilateral commission yesterday unveiled a series of proposals which also urge Ottawa, Washington and Mexico City to create a high-tech, biometric security system to speed passage of law-abiding travellers across borders that would ultimately diminish in importance, much as they have in the countries of the European Union. The commission calls for trilateral threat-intelligence centres and would jointly train law enforcement agents in the three countries. It...
  • Should the UN Be Lord of the Oceans?

    02/28/2005 3:27:25 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 16 replies · 595+ views
    WND.com ^ | 02-28-05 | Buchanan, Patrick J.
    Should the U.N. be lord of the oceans? Posted: February 28, 2005 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2005 Creators Syndicate, Inc. "Sovereignty. The issue is huge. The mere mention of Kofi Annan in the U.N. caused the crowd to go into a veritable fit. The coalition wants America strong and wants the American flag flying overseas, not the pale blue of the U.N." So George W. Bush confided to friend Doug Wead before he declared his candidacy. And, twice, President Bush has acted to defend U.S. sovereignty against the encroachments of global government. He rejected both the International Criminal Court, which...
  • US, OAS Members Sign New Environmental Agreements

    02/18/2005 5:36:56 PM PST · by average american student · 152 replies · 2,894+ views
    VOA News ^ | February 18, 2005 | VOA News
    The United States and six members of the Organization of American States have signed new agreements on trade and the environment. The agreements are aimed at strengthening environmental protection and creating a Secretariat for Environmental Matters to help implement the environmental provisions of the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA). The accords were signed in Washington D.C. Friday by senior representatives of the governments of Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and the United States.
  • Live webcasts of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland & Archive Link

    01/28/2005 7:42:21 AM PST · by The Spirit Of Allegiance · 76 replies · 1,363+ views
    email ^ | 1/28/2005 | various
    (from email received Friday 1/28/2005) Dear ______: As you may already know, AlwaysOn, in partnership with Speedera, will be bringing you live webcasts of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland all week long. Go to www.alwayson-network.com to see what's on now! Below is the schedule for the coming day's webcasts. All times are PST: 12:20am-1:00am | Special Message - Gerhard Schroeder 12:50am-2:15am | Is the Peace Process Poised for a Resurrection? 3:20am-5:00am | Addressing the Role of the United States in World Affairs 6:05am-7:30am | A View from the Hill on US Foreign Policy in Bush II 6:20am-8:00am |...
  • Debate-based parody song: KERRY GRINCH

    10/09/2004 8:22:29 PM PDT · by lightman · 2 replies · 371+ views
    self | October 9, 2004 | lightman
    KERRY GRINCH You’re a flip-flop, Kerry Grinch; It’s “the wrong war and wrong time.” But you vote for the invasion While in protest you now chime, Kerry Grinch. You voted against funding and then for it, With logic sublime! You’re a waffler, Kerry Grinch; You would face Kim Jung alone And forget a coalition Yet its absence you bemoan Kerry Grinch. How can you enforce a treaty while he holds the throne? You’re a sly one, Kerry Grinch, You know you will need a Draft To fill your new two divisions Or did you just think us daft? Kerry Grinch....
  • "French Connection" CARTOON... John Kerry's stoopid pet tricks

    05/16/2004 9:42:01 PM PDT · by IPWGOP · 14 replies · 257+ views
    www.iowapresidentialwatch.com ^ | 5/16/2004 | IPWGOP
    "French Connection" John Kerry political cartoon.  May 16, 2004... Kerry’s obsession with internationalizationby Roger Wm. Hughes There continues to be a disturbing trend by Democrats to want to involve the French in the Iraq War. France -- the country, that provided a safe haven to the Ayatollah Khomeini... a country that has so socialized its economy that its continued economic decline is inevitable... a country that resents our hard work and what it calls the America's MacDonaldization of European culture. Robert Kagan in his book, Paradise and Power, points out the deep resentment by France and Germany towards America...
  • Lack of Resolution in Iraq Finds Conservatives Divided

    04/18/2004 10:46:07 PM PDT · by neverdem · 40 replies · 729+ views
    NY Times ^ | April 19, 2004 | DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
    A growing faction of conservatives is voicing doubts about a prolonged United States military involvement in Iraq, putting hawkish neoconservatives on the defensive and posing questions for President Bush about the degree of support he can expect from his political base. The continuing violence and mounting casualties in Iraq have given new strength to the traditional conservative doubts about using American military power to remake other countries and about the potential for Western-style democracy without a Western cultural foundation. In in the eyes of many conservatives, the Iraqi resistance has discredited the more hawkish neoconservatives — a group closely identified...
  • The Bias Towards Brutality and Totalitarianism (how establishment internationalists encourage them)

    03/10/2004 4:50:37 AM PST · by Stultis · 4 replies · 182+ views
    Tech Central Station ^ | 10 March 2004 | Carroll Andrew Morse
    The Bias Towards Brutality and Totalitarianism By Carroll Andrew Morse On February 29, the United Nations Security Council unanimously approved the deployment of peacekeeping troops to Haiti. Before Jean-Bertrand Aristide fled the country, supporters of foreign intervention disagreed about its proper goals. Senator John Kerry and a significant number of Congressional Democrats, for example, felt that it was appropriate to use military action to keep Aristide in power despite widespread and credible charges of anti-democratic intimidation and corruption. Other supporters of military action, led by the Bush administration and the government of France, saw no special value in protecting...
  • Need Freeper Help -- Madeleine Albright

    02/10/2004 6:53:20 AM PST · by Maceman · 11 replies · 207+ views
    I recall that Albright has said within the last year that AMerica has to prepare for a time when it will be the most powerful nation in the world. I need the exact quote, as well as time and place. I have done a search on google and FR, but have had no luck. Can anyone help me find the exact quote? Thanks to all.
  • International Man of Mystery

    12/16/2003 10:44:35 AM PST · by .cnI redruM · 18 replies · 210+ views
    TNR ^ | Post date 12.16.03 | by Andrew Sullivan
    Finally, the Democrats have found a theme with which to criticize the administration in Iraq while supporting the continued occupation. It comes down to an increasingly popular term: "internationalization." Here are Howard Dean and Hillary Clinton's deployments of the new argument yesterday, and my comments. First, Dean. Here's his peroration: I hope the Administration will use Saddam's capture as an opportunity to move U.S. policy in a more effective direction. America's interests will be best served by acting with dispatch to work as partners with free Iraqis to help them build a stable, self-governing nation, not by prolonging our term...
  • How British charity was silenced on Iraq (Save the Children)

    11/27/2003 7:12:09 PM PST · by Pokey78 · 4 replies · 846+ views
    The Guardian (U.K.) ^ | 11/28/03 | Kevin Maguire
    One of Britain's most high-profile charities was ordered to end criticism of military action in Iraq by its powerful US wing to avoid jeopardising financial support from Washington and corporate donors, a Guardian investigation has discovered. Internal emails reveal how Save the Children UK came under enormous pressure after it accused coalition forces of breaching the Geneva convention by blocking humanitarian aid. Senior figures at Save the Children US, based in Westport, Connecticut, demanded the withdrawal of the criticism and an effective veto on any future statements blaming the invasion for the plight of Iraqi civilians suffering malnourishment and shortages...
  • 'Rats' Slur Writer Is Facing Muslim Race Case

    09/05/2003 5:23:19 PM PDT · by blam · 48 replies · 229+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 9-6-2003 | Philip Delves
    'Rats' slur writer is facing Muslim race case By Philip Delves Broughton in Paris (Filed: 06/09/2003) An Italian author who wrote an attack on Muslims, calling their culture rotten and backward and saying "the sons of Allah are multiplying like rats", was accused of inciting racial hatred in Paris yesterday. Oriana Fallaci, 73, an Italian journalist now living in New York, was unable to attend the court hearing as she has cancer. She first published her polemic against Islam, titled The Rage and the Pride, in an Italian newspaper but such was its impact that it was turned into a...
  • Columnist Joseph Farah Warns Against "Supreme Court Internationalists"

    08/08/2003 8:10:00 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 7 replies · 246+ views
    WND.com ^ | 08-08-03 | Farah, Joseph
    Supreme Court internationalists Posted: August 8, 2003 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2003 WorldNetDaily.com As if it weren't bad enough that the U.S. Supreme Court majority pays little heed to the U.S. Constitution, now it is becoming clear five or six members of the court are being influenced by the constitutions and courts of foreign countries. Ruth Bader Ginsburg blew the court's cover in a speech to the American Constitution Society, explaining that her colleagues are looking beyond America's borders for guidance in handling cases on issues like the death penalty and homosexual rights. In a decision earlier this summer in...
  • Commentary: Foreign Jurisprudence Must Not Apply Here

    08/07/2003 3:38:13 AM PDT · by kattracks · 2 replies · 238+ views
    Crosswalk.com via TownHall.com ^ | 8/07/03 | Alan E. Sears
    It’s bad enough when judges legislate from the bench, but appealing to foreign courts for precedent to apply in our country is, in the minds of some, almost treasonous.  Yet an appeal to foreign courts – to share with a “wider civilization” – was part of the reasoning used by the United States Supreme Court in its majority opinion in Lawrence v. Texas. In Lawrence, the court announced a new, fabricated constitutional right to engage in sodomy.  Its arguments were so questionable that the majority in Lawrence had to refer not just to the legal alchemy of Griswold v....
  • Containing Asia's Crises

    07/14/2003 11:30:05 AM PDT · by My2Cents · 4 replies · 148+ views
    New York Post ^ | 7/14/03 | Peter Brookes
    <p>NOTHING breeds success like success. The shockwaves of the American military victories in Afghanistan and Iraq have reverberated around the world. And despite the whining and complaining of the "Henny Penny the Sky Is Falling" crowd, America's straight-talking, hard-nosed internationalism is having a salutary effect on hot spots around the globe, especially in Asia.</p>
  • The Last International (Thanks to the U.N. and M. Chirac, internationalism is kaput.)

    03/19/2003 8:43:23 PM PST · by Diddley · 2 replies · 167+ views
    American Prowler.org ^ | 3/19/2003 | R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
    Washington -- Perhaps it is too early to mention the obvious. Yet as our special ops soldiers crawl through Saddam's hinterland, targeting his defenses, mapping out routes for our troops to overwhelm him, there is a lull in the war. It is not too early to review what the popinjays of "internationalism" have wrought. "Internationalism" is the nonce enthusiasm of the United Nations and lesser international bodies that presume to reign over the world in the Twenty-First Century, regulating lesser bodies (legally constituted governments) and providing "collective security" for all. As the bloody failure of "internationalism" in Bosnia signifies and...
  • The Columbia Disaster and Space Exploration from a Torah Nationalist Perspective (my title)

    02/05/2003 9:10:09 AM PST · by Zionist Conspirator · 2 replies · 321+ views
    Darka' Shel Torah (received as e-mail) ^ | 2/5/2003 | Lenny Goldberg
    Space Shuttle CrashFollowing the space shuttle crash, the Israeli press was so chocked full of condolences from Bush to Sharon and vice-versa, one would have thought that the tragedy was almost worth it, for it brought Israel and America closer - “a covenanat of blood has been formed between the two countries” is an expression often used. With Israeli and US flags lowered to half-mast, we heard leaders from both sides saying, “times such as these strengthen the Israeli and American peoples' common fate, identity and values, and shared vision”. PM Sharon added “it is at moments such as these,...
  • Virginia Panel Votes to Leave 'Child Support' Undefined

    09/16/2002 6:42:22 AM PDT · by RogerFGay · 28 replies · 440+ views
    Men's News Daily ^ | September 16, 2002 | Roger F. Gay
    Virginia Panel Votes to Leave 'Child Support' Undefined September 16, 2002 By Roger F. Gay The Virginia Child Support Review Panel is tasked with assuring that use of the state's child support guideline results in appropriate awards. One might think this job impossible if the term "child support" is not defined. That is exactly what panel member Murray Steinberg thought. Mr. Steinberg has been trying since early June to have the panel agree on a definition of "child support." The child support guideline is a fixed formula used for determining the amount of child support that one parent must...
  • International Criminal Court Coming Into Being(And Ron Paul's Response)

    04/04/2002 10:44:59 PM PST · by BigWest · 26 replies · 494+ views
    usasurvival.org ^ | 4/2/02 | Cliff Kincaid
    INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT COMING INTO BEING; Senator Daniel Inouye Kills Anti-ICC Legislation A last-minute decision to drop legislative protection for U.S. military personnel against an International Criminal Court (ICC) continues to generate controversy on Capitol Hill. This has set the stage for the implementation of the International Criminal Court (ICC) treaty, with jurisdiction over U.S. military personnel. The ICC may become a reality on April 11, when the 60th country is expected to ratify the treaty. Legislation called the "American Servicemembers' Protection Act" had passed the House of Representatives by a 282 to 137 vote last May and the Senate...