An essay by Fox News Contributor Christian Whiton wins a Dubious Achievement Award for "logical impairment in criticism" for commentary on Obama's handling of the Libya crisis.
In the Washington Post Jennifer Rubin dismisses the signatories of a letter to president Obama urging him to support a Security Council resolution condemning the construction of new Israeli settlements.
In a special guest post, Christopher J. Elias, president and CEO of the international nonprofit global health organization PATH, wonders why more people in the vaccine community were not celebrating when a notorious study of the Austism-Vaccine link was declared a fraud.
Cote D'Ivoire seems to have attracted the attention of the anti-Muslim agitator Pamela Geller. Alasanne Ouatarra, you see, is Muslim. To Geller, his victory in the November 28 elections presages "an Islamic takeover of the Ivory Coast.
On Friday, the human rights record of the United States will be the subject of a debate at the UN Human Rights Council. If you care about scoring cheap shots against the Obama administration, this is a terrible thing! If you actually care about the advancement of human rights around the world, this is definitely a positive development.
David Frum suggests that having Portugal voted to the Security Council as opposed to Canada is somehow a failure of US diplomacy. This is absurd. He should blame Canada
Some quarters of the media love to beat up on the United Nations just for the sport of it. Even after the alien ambassador story is proven false, you have articles parroting the falsities.
In The New Republic, David Rieff rails against the Millennium Development Goals but he does not seem to understand what, exactly, they are.