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UN vs. Israel (Part 1,297)

WE THE PEOPLES OF THE UNITED NATIONS practice tolerance and live together in peace with one another as good neighbors…Excerpted from the UN Charter Preamble

Based on the way that the UN has treated the state of Israel over the years, it is clear that the UN Charter applies to all countries except for the state of Israel. Below is the opening paragraph from the News From Jerusalem website today:

Israel filed a formal complaint with the United Nations on Tuesday over statements made by UN General Assembly President, Father Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann of Nicaragua, who called for an international boycott of Israel after accusing it of being an apartheid regime. D'Escoto went on to decry the plight of the Palestinians, describing the failure to create a Palestinian state as "the single greatest failure in the history of the United Nations."
I certainly can understand the UN being upset that the Palestinian people do not have a homeland, but its bias to anythin…

Change…we can be sure is happening

I’ve not written a post in quite a while partially due to being busy, not being motivated to write and also taking in much of the “change” that has been happening in this country over the past few months. The country decided to change leadership in the White House going with the candidate who presumably best represents where they want to go as a country. For the record, I did not vote for Mr. Obama. I voted as such based on my Christian beliefs, which is largely incompatible with liberal values. That millions of Americans obviously feel differently than I do and voted for Mr. Obama is the point of this post.

What prompted me to write tonight is an article that someone sent me today written by a columnist Kathleen Parker for the Washington Post. The title of the article is "Giving Up On God". Below is a few “not taken out of context” excerpts followed by some comments from me your humble blogger:

Quote: As Republicans sort out the reasons for their defeat, they likely will over…