Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Today's Must-Read: The WSJ On The UN

In an excellent editorial today, the Wall Street Journal (registration may be required) suggests that events at the United Nations may have reached a tipping point. With even John McCain publicly decrying the lack of movement on the Bolton nomination, today's release of a bipartisan report critical of the multinational body, the revelation that Kofi Annan most likely lied to the Volcker commission, and the introduction of an amendment by Henry Hyde to tie funding to reform, events do some to be converging towards a showdown of sorts. To be continued...

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