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This page contains the items that were once on the "In the news" section of the Main Page. The articles are mainly about the United Nations.
Last date of Archived news is April 30, 2008. Contains archives from January 2007 to April 2008.

The CERD Committee uses its resources and reports to deliver a demonstrably leftist attack on U.S. policy on social issues, immigration, the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, abortion, the death penalty, and various other matters high on the liberal agenda.
The letter argues against the existence of consensus and rejects claims of abnormal climate change.
And not just flawed; the U.N. Secretary-General isn't all too worried about it as he adds his own pollutants between meetings and rock concerts: [18]
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"I see neither the developing catastrophe nor the smoking gun proving that human activity is to blame for most of the warming we see." John Christy's message about climate alarmism
"Is there a "consensus" on global warming among the scientists participating in the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)?"
"The 'climate consensus' notion functions primarily as a marketing tool for converting the public to a political viewpoint, rather than as a valid scientific approach toward understanding global warming."
Hugo Chavez, the outspoken leftist dictator who called U.S. President George W. Bush the "devil" on the floor of the United Nations last year, triggered the exchange by repeatedly referring to former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar as a "fascist."
Spanish King Juan Carlos, angrily turned to Chavez and said, "Why don't you shut up?"
"This case is dramatic proof of why the U.S. Senate should not ratify any more U.N. treaties that put U.S. law in the noose of foreign tribunals."

  1. Reason #1: The Treaty Will Undermine U.S. Sovereignty
  2. Reason #2: The Treaty Will Become a Back Door for Environmental Activists
  3. Reason #3: America Should Not Participate in Yet Another U.N. Bureaucracy
  4. Reason #4: American Participation Will Undermine U.S. Military and Intelligence Operations
  5. Reason #5: The U.S. Does Not Need the Convention to Guarantee Navigation Rights