Larry Klayman on Farah show today

By WND Staff

Republican U.S. Senate candidate and former Judicial Watch chairman Larry Klayman will join Joseph Farah’s WorldNetDaily Radioactive show to discuss his campaign to rally support for U.S. withdrawal from the United Nations.

As WorldNetDaily reported, Klayman is making the U.N. crusade the cornerstone of his campaign for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring Democrat Bob Graham.


Senate candidate Larry Klayman

“The United Nations is a complete and abject failure,” says Klayman. “It was under the leadership of President Ronald Reagan, the United States ended the Cold War and liberated Eastern Europe from the bondage of the Soviet Union, not the United Nations. President Reagan demonstrated that to achieve peace, free people must unite with their own strength and not that of the United Nations.”

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“If you really want the truth to get out, if you really want to spread the message of freedom from coast to coast, if you really want to change the political culture of America, there are innumerable ways to get involved and support the work that is already under way,” says Farah.

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