Speaking on MSNBC’s MTP Daily on September 29, Jose Diaz-Balart, the news anchor of MSNBC’ The Rundown (as well as the Spanish language Telemundo network’s news program, Noticiero Telemundo), said that since the Obama administration opened up diplomatic relations with Cuba political repression in the island communist nation has only increased.
A far-reaching United Nations plot to re-engineer civilization and impose global socialism on humanity, variously dubbed “Agenda 2030” and the “Sustainable Development Agenda,” was ushered in on Friday with a “thunderous standing ovation,” the UN Department of Public Information reported. Every one of the 193 UN member governments on the planet — from communist and Islamist dictatorships to those ruling what remains of the “Free World” — vowed to help impose the UN's controversial goals on their subjects. Indeed, according to the UN and the global agreement itself, not a single human being will be allowed to escape what one prominent internationalist ominously referred to as the next “Great Leap Forward.”
The Argentinian roots of Pope Francis may explain why, after three days in Cuba, Pope Francis has issued only timid appeals for "change" and "reconciliation" in the face of that country's atheistic government.
President Obama has invited homosexual activists, dissenting Catholic groups, an openly gay Episcopalian bishop and a pro-abortion Catholic sister to the White House for a ceremony welcoming Pope Francis to the United States, prompting backlash from the Vatican.
Tracking the decline of America's freedoms can be a discouraging business. The Fraser Institute report entitled “The Human Freedom Index” illustrates exactly where those declines are taking place.
Offering yet another illustration of the true agenda behind what the United Nations mischaracterizes as “human rights,” UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon claimed the polarizing U.S. Supreme Court ruling purporting to redefine marriage for all 50 states was a “great step forward for human rights in the United States.”