Recently Donald Trump sat for an interview with reporters from the New York Times. The entire interview is well worth reading, for those who are not yet familiar with Trump’s foreign policy positions. It’s recommended that you read the transcript rather than the interpretation of “journalists”.
What’s especially notable is Trump’s insistence upon putting THIS COUNTRY first. It’s about time that we had a candidate for the presidency who loves his country above all others and wants what’s best for the United States before considering what’s good for other nations.
Nowadays, everything is political and everything is tainted with politics. Nothing much that happens these days is an accident or a coincidence.
A previous post explained how many fields of scientific study are being systematically corrupted by political correctness, which infects anthropology, paleontology, psychology, sociology, archaeology, history, meteorology and of course political science, among others. The issue of man-caused climate change is among the most obvious of examples where political correctness rears its ugly head. Why is this important to recognize?
Let’s speculate a little about how politically corrupted science can further efforts to “fundamentally transform” our free Republic.
Posted in Corruption, Environment, Foreign Policy, Global warming, Government Policies, Ideology, Immigration, Media bias, National Policy, Open Threads, War
Tagged Agenda 21, Barack Obama, BCFS, Climate Change, climate denier, climate exiles, climate justice, climate refugees, EJF, Fundamental Transformation, Global warming, Kevin Dinnin, oligarchy, political correctness, Sudhir Chella Rajan, Sujatha Byravan, sustainable development, United Nations
© Miri WTPOTUS April 2, 2013
The United Nations has passed the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), with the support of the Obama administration, but without the support of Iran, North Korea, and Syria. Twenty-three countries abstained from the vote.
Posted in Government Policies, Ideology, Military, National Policy, Pending Legislation & Lawsuits
Tagged ammunition background check, Ammunition Control, ammunition purchaser registry, Ammunition registry, Amnesty International, Andrew Napolitano, Barack Hussein Obama II, Bill of Rights, Deformer, gun control, gun owner insurance, James M. Inhofe, Jamie Allman, Janet Napolitano, Jay Carney, Second Amendment, U.N. Arms Trade Treaty, United Nations
By Cliff Kincaid, NewsWithViews.com
Posted By Newssleuth
http://www.newswith views.com/ Kincaid/cliff452 .htm
In a classic case of misdirection, while the media are preoccupied with the
fate of the Bush tax cuts, President Obama is preparing to attend a United
Nations summit next week to endorse “innovative finance mechanisms”- global
taxes-to drain even more wealth out of the U.S. economy.
A draft “outcome document, <http://www.un. org/en/mdg/ summit2010/ pdf/Draft% 20outcome% 20document. pdf> , produced in advance of the September 20-22 U.N. Summit on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) commits the nations of the world to supporting “innovative financing mechanisms” to supplement foreign aid spending.
Posted by Bridgette
Obama Hauls Arizona Before the UN Human Rights Council!!
August 24, 2010
Apparently Barack Obama is not content to make a federal case out of his immigration feud with Arizona; he just made it an international one.The president’s first-ever report on U.S. human rights to the UN Human Rights Council contains a rich vein of offensive material. So far, one aspect has not been reported: our petty president used the situation to bash Arizona’s immigration law — and possibly transfer jurisdiction over the law from Arizona to the UN. Throughout the report, which sounds like an Obama campaign speech, the president discusses “the original flaw” of the U.S. Constitution, America’s tolerance for slavery, and his version of our long and despicable history of discriminating against and oppressing minorities, women, homosexuals, and the handicapped. After each complaint, he addresses how he is delivering us from ourselves, patting himself on the back for such initiatives as ending “torture,” promoting Affirmative Action, and passing health care legislation.
Posted in Corruption, Foreign Policy, National Policy, Pending Legislation & Lawsuits
Tagged and Cameroon diplomats, Arizona law, Barack Obama, Constitution Flawed, Eric Holder, French, Gov. Jan Brewer, Human Rights, Japanese, S.B. 1070, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, UN Human Rights Council, United Nations