Should America be Isolationist?

america-sailing.jpgI personally don’t want my national government to spend it’s money and lives on the world’s problems. Leave that to business and to missionaries.

That is my feeling on the matter.

But what would happen to the world if the U.S. disengaged?

There is an article that is great at making one think about that topic!

A Pajamas Media Article offers some good thoughts on the topic. Read it and let me know what you think!

Law of the Sea Treaty Part 2: Is George Bush a Dangerous Globalist?

I would like to follow up the previous post with a question:

Is George W. Bush a dangerous globalist? Is the man who opposed “Nation Building” in his first run for president in to One World Government? Is the President who did not let the inaction of the U.N. keep him from acting in Iraq actually working for a New World Order?

I don’t know the answers, but my eyes are open and I am watching.

Read this article about the LOST Treaty and George W. Bush written by Patrick Buchanan:

Here is an article by Phillis Schlafly showing Bush involved with an agenda for a scary sounding uniting of North America. At least that is what it seems like:

Anyone have any thoughts about all this?

Law of the Sea Treaty: Peace on the Seas or One World Government?

Well, it is probably not a new concern for everyone, but I am just now learning about it. It is new to me.

It is called the Law of the Sea Treat (LOST?). I have begun to pay attention. Is this another threat to American Sovereignty? (As well as the sovereignty of other nations?)

Read about it:

1) An article about the treaty.
2) An article claiming Ronald Reagan would oppose the treaty.

Ronald Reagan opposed it. Bill Clinton was for it. George W. Bush is for it. What is going on here? Could a dangerous threat to our freedom be being slipped under our noses?