William F. Jasper
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry assures us that the UN Arms Trade Treaty will not diminish anyone’s freedom. But is that is the case, why does the treaty say otherwise?
President Obama is pushing the UN Arms Trade Treaty (ATT). Fifty-three senators say they oppose it, but we can be sure some of them will flip unless they receive constant, overwhelming public pressure to hold fast.
Thanks to pressure from constitutionalists and Tea Partiers, ObamaCare now requires that members of Congress and their staffs purchase healthcare insurance provided under ObamaCare. However, Democrat and Republican leaders later connived with President Obama to have the Office of Personnel Management come up with an illegal ruling that has us, the taxpayers, subsidize 75 percent of the premium costs for members of Congress and their staffs.
President Obama has given the CFR a clean sweep of the new appointments to the Federal Reserve, with his naming of Janet Yellen, Stanley Fischer, Lael Brainard and Jerome Powell.
The U.S. Agency for International Development shuns the use of DDT to fight malaria in African countries, favoring bednets to control mosquitoes. Yet nets are rarely distributed and are largely ineffective.
By virtually banning DDT use worldwide, the UN's POP treaty will condemn millions to death by malaria — a desirable result in the eyes of those seeking radical depopulation.
Sen. Paul denounces “money laundering,” “veil of secrecy,” and “revolving door from Wall Street to the Treasury to the Fed” after Janet Yellen voted in as chair of the Federal Reserve.
Communist veterans in Croatia — as throughout much of Eastern Europe — continue to rule the newest member of the European Union, belying the claims that communism has collapsed and died.
Despite the sneers of the MSM pundits, a real tsunami of migrants and “benefit tourists” from Turkey, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia — not just Romania and Bulgaria — threatens Britain, thanks to ongoing Labor and Tory policies on social benefits and EU membership.
In its clumsy attempt to absolve President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from responsibility for the deadly attack in Benghazi, Libya, the New York Times has reignited intense scrutiny and debate over the fiasco and the administration’s lies and cover-ups in its aftermath.