Tuesday, April 2

Last year, the United States was voted off the U.N. Human Rights Commission. Following that, Congress voted to hold back $US244 million in dues until the United States was voted back onto the panel. Now, an agreement has been reached that will allow the U.S. to rejoin the commission. In 50 years, when we're no longer the world's leading economic power, we may not be able to be such a big bully anymore.