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America Defends OUR Human Rights Record?

November 6, 2010

After I laughed a bit, I noticed that the UN wasn’t joking about this one.  Yesterday, America continued to allow itself to be subject to scrutiny regarding our apparently terrible human rights record by a UN forum on the topic.  Allegedly, we discriminate, racially profile, have overcrowded prisons, still have the death penalty, are religiously [...]

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New U.S. Policy – Side With Dictators Against Free Speech

October 7, 2009

More evidence that the U.N. is useless:  the human rights commission is made up of mostly nations that have horrific human rights records.  During the last few years of the Bush administration, America had boycotted the council for just this reason.  Now, Obama has decided to join it, and help to push an agenda that [...]

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Chimp Attack in Connecticut!

February 17, 2009

A Connecticut woman was brutally attacked yesterday in Stamford by an angry chimp.  Here’s the story: I wonder if the people in Spain will get Amnesty International to file human rights violations against the cop who shot the chimp?  Sounds silly, but we’ll see– read the link. Chimps are very intelligent creatures who can learn quickly [...]

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Despite Outcry, Jimmah Set to Visit Hamas Leader

April 12, 2008

By now most of you have heard that Jimmah Carter is going to Syria next week, where he’s most likely going to meet up with an exiled Hamas leader, Khaled Mashaal.  Jimmah, who has called Israel “an apartheid state” in the past and continues to be predictably on the wrong side of history, becomes the [...]

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The UN – Champion of Human Rights and Equality

November 4, 2005

Another example of the UN’s championing of human rights and equality for all is found in a story linked off Drudge today. Composer Mikis Theodorakis was awarded with a peace and humanity award by the United Nations. What is not mentioned in this story is that Mikis, one who works for peace and equality, once [...]

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