The Century of Women

Last week, I was invited to speak at a United Nations NGO conference on the role that women play in the changing world order. The CONGO Committee of Spirituality, Values, and Global Concerns and its working group “Values and Business” presented an inspiring two-day conference....more

CHRISTIAN Militia in Michigan raided by FBI, because Jesus told them to weapon up in his name

The Hutaree Christian Militia in Adrian, Michigan were raided by the FBI, because internal US terrorism can be as bad as international terrorism (sad day in Moscow today)… Here is a youtube video for you, of their training, including buring the United Nations flag and replacing it with a Christian cross flag. Because Jesus died so they could carry guns…...more

Would a Fifth UN Women's Conference Make a Difference?

Jean Shinoda Bolen is asking you to sign a petition for a Fifth UN World Conference on Women. Said petition would be delivered to the UN Secretary-General, to the chair of the UN Commission on the Status of Women, and to the woman who will be appointed to head the new women's "super-agency" in March 2010. Shinoda Bolen explains: ...more

Conservative Thoughts on U.N. Opening Session

During the dog and pony show known as the opening session for the United Nation's 64th General Assembly, Holocaust-denier and illegitimate leader of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stopped talking about obliteration of the Jewish state long enough to ironically state "Human beings are all God's creatures and are all endowed with dignity and respect." Stephen Harper and B...more

...the liberal myth all during the Bush administration that if you're just smiley and ...more

North Korean Rocket Launch Challenges Obama and UN Leadership

North Korea made good on its announced intentions to launch a rocket believed capable of carrying long-range missiles this weekend, defying  a 2006 UN Security Council resolution banning its use of nuclear or ballistic missile weaponry. Despite a call for a "strong response" from Pres. ...more

Rooting for Sarah Palin

Today I am rooting for Sarah Palin. ...more

Too much is at stake for this to be 'politcs as usual'  I do not get how people can defend ...more

No feast, but famine. How has it all gone so terribly wrong?

  Let's face the ugly truth - famines haven't been "hot" since the BBC's Michael Buerk and Ethiopia in 1984. And it was an inspirational time, at least according to his book. The coverage of that famine led to one of largest outpourings of support and inspired the Band Aid charity record. There was hope, there was money, and the efforts were thought to have saved an estimated six million Ethiopians from dying. ...more

Zimbabwe votes in Robert Mugabe's (aka Dr. Evil's) "election"

"I'm with it. I'm hip. Taka-taka-taka-taka-taka..." I know this blog has been very Zimbabwe/Mugabe heavy this week, but it is a big story here right now and has been on my mind constantly. And I'm trying to lighten it up with photoshop skills. ...more

What Can the World Do About Zimbabwe?

This week, Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai should be facing off in a runoff ballot intended to determine who will be that country's president for the next five years. ...more

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