House Republican Conference Chairman Mike Pence had the lead story at Human Events today. Read the following excerpt from "The President's Troubling Trend on the World Stage":
On the eve of his address to the United Nations, President Obama warned world leaders meeting in New York City of the “irreversible catastrophe” of climate change. The president did so while many of the critical confrontations boiling over on the world stage were laid on the back burner of the agenda at the United Nations. A look at the growing list of challenges sends a startling message that such concerns are the least of our problems.
As we approach eight years of conflict in Afghanistan, the country faces the prospect of slipping back into the hands of the Taliban and becoming a safe haven for Al-Qaeda terrorists. Israel endures growing pressure from the Obama administration to appease the growing demands of the Palestinian authorities. Soon the United States will sit down with an Iran that is determined to develop nuclear weapons and equally determined not to talk about it. Manuel Zelaya has returned yet again to Honduras, hoping to incite a riot that will propel him back to power. North Korea continues to defy the international community by testing nuclear weapons.