Note to President Bush: Where Does Letting John Bolton Out to Bully Other Nations, the U.N., and His Colleagues Fit Into YOUR Notions of Decency and Humility?



Remember this line from the 2nd Bush-Gore presidential debates? President Bush made this admirable statement on October 11, 2000: I just don’t think it’s the role of the United States to walk into a country and say, we do it this way, so should you. . .

Three More Nominees President Bush Ought to Consider as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Instead of John Bolton



Lamar Alexander has been a presidential candidate and had an absolutely distinguished record as a great thinker and policy hand. He speaks from his gut and his mind as a Southerner and American patriot. Senator Alexander has served as Governor of Tennessee, as Secretary of Education, and is now Senator of Tennessee. . .

Rita Hauser Would Make America Proud as Ambassador to United Nations



Rita Hauser, a long-time international lawyer with great experience in the Middle East, is a member of the Board of Trustees of RAND Corporation, was appointed by President Bush to the Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, and co-chaired the Bush-Cheney re-election effort in New York.