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Some of President Trump on the Problem in Venezuela

President Donald Trump at the United Nations on Venzeuela and Socialism



John Bolton on Trump’s UN Speech

Ex UN Ambassor John Bolton on Trump's United Nations General Assembly speech

Some of John Bolton on North Korean Diplomacy

Ambassador John Bolton on North Korea Diplomacy


Nikki Haley on North Korean Provocations

UN Ambassador Nikki Haley on North Korean Provocations

Ambassador Nikki Haley on UN Security Council Priorities

Ambassador Nikki Haley suggests UN Security Council focus on Iranian mischief in Middle East

Nikki Haley on the Syrian Strikes

Trump UN Ambassador Nikki Haley on the Syrian strikes

Marco Rubio on Bad Mouthing America

Marco Rubio on Bad Mouthing America

Late Night POTUS Rimshots

What sort of leader goes on a late night talk show to make his first comments on a supposed terror threat which closed down a score of US diplomatic missions in the Middle East and deny domestic spying programs?
The same one who went on televised gab-feast know as ABC’s “The View” to further the lie that an obscure American YouTube video sparked a terror attack in Benghazi, Libya on September 11th 2012 which killed four Americans including Ambassador Chris Stevens.  Afterwards, this Chief Executive spoke at the the United Nations and insisted that: “The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.”
While live blogging on President Obama’s nearly hour long press conference which seemed to have been called to quell murmurs in the media that the President was not taking things seriously by going to Jay Leno for making big news, Hugh Hewitt tweeted:  “Obama is a collection of cliches surrounded by an Oval Office.”  It is arguable that based upon his persistent partisan pugnaciousness and predilection towards folly that Mr. Obama is better characterized as a pack of punchlines.
It’s a Mad world.  Alas these jokes are not confined to Late Night rim shots or adolescent inspired humor magazines but are entrenched in the center of power in the District of Calamity (sic) for the next 3 1/2 years (at least).

UN-Think Some Red Lining

Some red line violations are more serious than others.

Obama’s UN Unorthodox Equivocation on Intolerance

During President Barack Obama’s annual speech before the United Nations General Assembly gave a perplexing perspective on religious liberty.

Obama went on to equivocate by challenging those wishing to stop Islamic blasphemy to also condemn Holocaust Deniers and those who torch churches.  However, it is shamefully naive to think that the Arab Street will hear these later rhetorical challenges.