Farah show takes on United Nations

By WND Staff

The United Nations and the move by some U.S. Congress members to get U.N. observers for the fall election will be topics when Tom Kilgannon, president of Freedom Alliance, joins Joseph Farah’s WorldNetDaily Radioactive show today.

Last week, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan declared, “I cannot say the world is safer today than it was two, three years ago,” countering President Bush’s claim that the world is a safer place.

Kilgannon says, “Kofi Annan is not exactly the best judge of how to make the world a safer place. After all, he presides over an institution that can’t even define what terrorism is and which has largely been AWOL in the fight against terrorism.”

Kilgannon’s Freedom Alliance aims “to promote the American heritage of freedom embodied in our Constitution; to defend the sovereignty of the United States, her people and institutions, and to maintain the security of our country with a strong national defense.”

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