Friday, February 24, 2006

United Confusions

This week's POLITICAL UPDATE focuses on the United Nations. The UN continues to battle against America's national sovereignty.
Mark Steyn explains why we should get out of the UN.
Richard Lessner documents the UN's continuing efforts to control the internet.
Will Grigg reports that Bill Clinton could soon run the UN.
Phyllis Schlafly exposes UNESCO's efforts to influence American education.
Finally, John McManus writes that "free trade" agreements like the World Trade Organization and the proposed FTAA are used by the UN to impose world government.

Saturday, February 18, 2006

Judging the court

Samuel Alito has been confirmed to the Supreme Court, but the battle against judicial supremacists continues.
Ann Coulter remarks that conservatives can be confirmed.
Coulter then explains that abortion is turning people against the Democrats.
Phyllis Schlafly reports on judges' efforts to destroy parents' rights to control their children's education.
Schlafly then writes about a judge's attack on intelligent design.
The New American explains that we must limit court jurisdiction.

Saturday, February 11, 2006

Crossing the Line

Tom Tancredo exposes Mexican invasions of America.
Juan Mann argues that immigration betrayals are part of a larger war on American sovereignty.
Phyllis Schlafly discusses the economic effects of immigration.
Mark Kirkorian reports progress nationwide.
Pat Buchanan argues that immigration presents a demographic disaster to the GOP.
Mac Johnson skewers the open borders Wall Street Journal.

Sunday, February 05, 2006

The religion of peace strikes again

This week's update focuses on Islam and the Middle East. Muslims are rioting and burning embassies over criticism in cartoons in a Danish newspaper. Meanwhile, the electoral victory of Palestinian terrorist group HAMAS raises serious questions about the neoconservative crusade for democracy.
Robert Spencer reports on the Islamic campaign of terror against free speech.
Cal Thomas reports on the HAMAS victory.
Terry Jeffrey explains how Woodrow Wilson influences today's neoconservatives.
Pat Buchanan explains how neoconservative policies affect Egypt.
Thomas Sowell warns of danger in Iran.
Ann Coulter reviews the situation in Iraq.