UN Seeks New Environmental Treaty

Forty: That’s the number of global and regional legal documents already in existence that dictate what actions can and cannot be taken regarding the world’s forests. Forty-one: That’s the number the United Nations hopes to reach via a new treaty on...

California Bill Pushes U.N. Treaty

Surely this is not what the Framers of our Constitution had in mind during creation of the 10th Amendment, “the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the...

The Department of Peace

The ability of some in Congress to completely trash our U.S. Constitution is simply breathtaking. Witness H.R. 1673, a bill introduced by Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) a year ago but roused from its subcommittee slumber just this March, with the addition of Rep. Linda...

The Third Pillar of Olympism?

High on the list of all-time greatest spins is surely the United Nations Environment Program’s justification for spotlighting its agenda at the 2004 Olympic Games. “Respect for nature was a feature of ancient Greek civilization,” UNEP Executive...

Turtle Bill Oozes U.N. Agenda

On June 18, Congress cleared the way for the president to sign into law a bill committing $25 million over five years to save turtles. As expensively ridiculous as this taxpayer-funded initiative seems, its creation and ultimate passage cannot be blamed solely on...