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UN-Democratic, UN-Just, UN-Worthy: The United Nations was a bust from the beginning.

Lloyd Billingsley, On Wednesday, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry explained that American abstention from a vote to condemn Israel was “about preserving the two-state solution.” On the other hand, as Carol Morello of the Washington Post noted, “the United Nations has a history of considering resolutions critical of Israel, even more than have been

The 7 Worst Things The UN Has Ever Done

Michael Qazvini, The United Nations has long been a failed international organization whose words rarely match its actions. Staffed by dictators and tyrants, the UN has ignored some of the worst atrocities in the world, allowing and even sanctioning mankind’s vilest vices. On Friday, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) passed an egregiously anti-Israel resolution

L.A. Times Stunned by Diversity of Volunteers at Trump H.Q.

Adelle Nazarian, The Los Angeles Times paid a visit to Donald Trump’s Southern California headquarters in Long Beach on Monday and was stunned by the diversity of volunteers who are committed to seeing him win the Golden State and the presidency. “It was as if the whole thing had been staged, in Cambodia Town, no

Obama’s Unacceptable Love Affair With Communism

David Limbaugh, Conservatives and other Obama critics are entitled to a big “I told you so,” after Obama’s stunning admission that he doesn’t believe there’s that much difference between communism and capitalism. Actually, it’s not that stunning to people paying attention. Many of us warned about Obama’s Marxist sympathies before he was first elected president,

Resistance to malaria drugs has spread in SE Asia

Malaria

International experts raised the alarm Tuesday over the spread of drug-resistant malaria in several Southeast Asian countries, saying it endangers major global gains in fighting the mosquito-borne disease that kills more than 600,000 people annually. While the disease wreaks its heaviest toll in Africa, it’s in nations along the Mekong River where the most serious