Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) seems determined to get himself promoted to the top of the Obama administration’s “public enemy number one.”

A majority in the U.S. Senate has told President Barack Obama not to do it. There’s no doubt that an overwhelming majority of Americans would oppose it — if the media ever told them about it.

President Obama's nominee to be U.S. ambassador to the UN is one of the architects of the sovereignty redistribution doctrine known as Responsibility to Protect.

On Monday, the United Nations opened the Arms Trade Treaty to the signatures of member states. The Obama administration looks forward to signing, as well.

Thirty-seven senators oppose consideration of treaties during the lame-duck session.

 A week ago both Mississippi Republican senators, Thad Cochran and Roger Wicker, announced their support of S.B. 2205 — the Second Amendment Sovereignty Act of 2012 — that would allegedly protect American citizens from any abrogation of their Second Amendment rights if the UN Arms Trade Treaty was signed by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in July. That makes a total of 17 senators who are supporting the bill.

 The Senate is considering ratifying the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) as early as June.

President Obama promised on Monday to pursue yet another controversial agreement with Russian officials to further slash both governments’ nuclear arsenals, saying the United States already controls more than enough atomic weapons. Speaking ahead of a global “security” summit in Seoul, South Korea, Obama also blasted the regimes ruling North Korea and Iran.

The United Nations is planning on its Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) being finalized in 2012.

Incompatible with the concept of private property rights and the U.S. Constitution, the Copenhagen Treaty - if ratified and implemented - would result in nothing less than international communism, according to Lord Christopher Monckton of the U.K..

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