Enough of the Fluff already! Give me the real News.

I was saddened to hear that both Farah Fawcett and Michael Jackson died, but I am extremely maddened by the amount of coverage that MSM and even our "reliable" conservative networks are giving to them in light of the serious events which transpired this week. 

One of the most serious events was the fact that Harold Koh was confirmed by the Senate on Wednesday June 24th as the State Department's Legal Advisor.  His transnationalist views promote blending international and domestic law.  Indeed, this is particularly scary knowing that he believes traditional sovereignty is obsolete.  What are all those people thinking in the senate who voted for him at a 62-35 vote?

The other important event was the fact that on Friday, the United Nations adopted a 16-page document on the World Financial and Economic Crisis and Its Impact on Development.  Not only will it require the U.S. to give .7 GDP to foreign aid, it may demand 845b of U.S. citizens taxpayer dollars to achieve their Millilium Development goals.

Both of these events will seriously impact America in the near future and it is journalism's duty to inform the American public what this could mean to our country.  Did we hear about these events?  Did you?

Update - reader CP writes:

This is out of hand. What else can we possibly say about M. Jackson?

Talk about Nero fiddling while Rome burned. We lost many freedoms last week. The course is set to turn us into a failed nation state, and the so called news media is on 24/7 beating the "dead horse." America is becoming like M.  Jackson. Self inflicted, misguided, drugged up and out of touch with reality.

I was saddened to hear that both Farah Fawcett and Michael Jackson died, but I am extremely maddened by the amount of coverage that MSM and even our "reliable" conservative networks are giving to them in light of the serious events which transpired this week. 

One of the most serious events was the fact that Harold Koh was confirmed by the Senate on Wednesday June 24th as the State Department's Legal Advisor.  His transnationalist views promote blending international and domestic law.  Indeed, this is particularly scary knowing that he believes traditional sovereignty is obsolete.  What are all those people thinking in the senate who voted for him at a 62-35 vote?

The other important event was the fact that on Friday, the United Nations adopted a 16-page document on the World Financial and Economic Crisis and Its Impact on Development.  Not only will it require the U.S. to give .7 GDP to foreign aid, it may demand 845b of U.S. citizens taxpayer dollars to achieve their Millilium Development goals.

Both of these events will seriously impact America in the near future and it is journalism's duty to inform the American public what this could mean to our country.  Did we hear about these events?  Did you?

Update - reader CP writes:

This is out of hand. What else can we possibly say about M. Jackson?

Talk about Nero fiddling while Rome burned. We lost many freedoms last week. The course is set to turn us into a failed nation state, and the so called news media is on 24/7 beating the "dead horse." America is becoming like M.  Jackson. Self inflicted, misguided, drugged up and out of touch with reality.