He becomes the first big UN figure to resign following Climategate.
Why haven't we heard anything from the Obama administration yet?
If carbon emissions will warm D.C., we’re ready to exhale and switch on all the lights.
Shouldn't the United Nations have a much clearer policy to prohibit and penalize conflicts of interest? (Also read Ed Driscoll: "Climategate Scandal Professor Contemplated Suicide" and Roger L. Simon: "Gore: Defend Your Oscar")
Say, whatever happened to the Christian missionary who walked into North Korea on Christmas Day?
The president told us a lot about the state of Obama on Wednesday night, but did he clarify anything important about the state of America?
The UN’s clearest activity to date has been to call for money to start pouring into the UN.
Jane Holl Lute was assistant secretary general in the UN’s Department of Peacekeeping Operations. Her tenure was rife with corruption and sexual abuse scandals.
Obama is either willfully misleading the American public or unable to think straight about the most vital matters of U.S. security.
Robert Park’s Christmas crossing into North Korea can be parsed as rash, foolhardy, crazy ... or as an act of enormous courage.
Are UN organizers trying to minimize the embarrassments just showcased on their own stage?
Wherever these weapons were bound, the shipment was a violation of UN sanctions, and the likely buyer list is not encouraging.
If you look past the unsound science on parade in Copenhagen, you will also find boundless vistas of bad economics.
Climate bureaucracy has become a major aspect of employment throughout the UN system. (Also read Roger L. Simon: "Climategate: The White House Stonewalls with Stupidity")
His is a voice of sanity. Hopefully President Obama is listening.
How many terrorists were “saved or created” by the policies Jimmy Carter enacted — and by those Obama is pursuing?
If the president can't make his mind up on strategy for Afghanistan, the least he could do is go there and buck up the troops.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon hopes to achieve a Copenhagen deal that would first and foremost soak U.S. citizens.
A new UN report demands we fight the war on terror by not discriminating against "transsexual and intersex individuals in local contexts.”
CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, and the newspapers should be declaring that it is utterly inappropriate for the White House to judge the overall fitness of specific news outlets. They could be next.
Let's start with Thorbjorn Jagland, active for decades in the Socialist International ...
The Obama administration keeps looking for ways to pretend that Iran’s nuclear bomb program is no immediate crisis.
The French president made clear at the UN that a foreign policy of denial and appeasement is the way to becoming French — and American — toast.
His version of "historic"? New concessions, a more debilitated U.S., and more shakedowns of the American taxpayers