The speech by Senator Sessions is the subject of this essay, however I want to remind you that international trade agreements have clauses in them that create legal obligations not anticipated by the citizenry of America.
For example many agreements allow for regulatory obligations that are not subject to review and approval by our Congress.
As Lawrence Kogan has said here and elsewhere, international trade agreements circumvent the sovereign authority of the USA on things like using the precautionary principle (a junk science concept born of fanatic nannyism) in regulatory affairs. That happens with a stroke of a pen, new legal obligations secreted in the text of the trade agreement.
Globalist super nationalist world government nonsense rides in in the dark of night on the black horse of trade agreements.
See Kogan’s discussions:
Here’s his warning about EU and internationalist precautionary principle nonsense buried quietly in trade agreements:
Here’s the JS archive that includes his discussions on some domestic matters related to reining in federal agencies with the Information Quality Act:
When one considers, hypertension and diabetes are big contributors to the disease burden, particularly in 1st world where infections are not as devestating.
Here is a brief discussion of diabetes mellitus typ 1, II and gestational.
Important to know that kidney disease, vascular and heart disease risk are increaased by diabetes, as well as suscepibility to infections.
I couldn’t resist putting this essay up that explains the essential nature of courage and resolution in the face of the savage bully displayed by Pam Geller and Robert Spencer.
Sure, it repeats what I have said before, but it NEEDS REPEATING OR WE ARE HEADED TO A BAD PLACE IN OUR COUNTRY’S FUTURE, A PLACE WHERE WE REJECT OUR HERITAGE AND HISTORY AND SURRENDER OUR LIBERTY.
Sharia law, the Conditions of Umar, dhimmi status, and Pam Geller and Robert Spencer’s effort to push back with cartoons are contrasted with Mohammed Atta’s admonition to the passengers, “Stay quiet and you’ll be OK.”
We still have a capitol because Todd Beamer and others and his battle cry “Are you guys ready? Let’s roll.”
You think the politicians we have, exemplified by so many cowards and compromisers in the face of bellicose muslims, would have been with Todd Beamer? I dont’ think so.
When I played football the best helmet was the Rydell, with a suspension head support inside supplemented with some padding. A lesser design for the time was the Wilson, that relied more on padding. The Chicago Bears used Wilsons. Rydell won that battle for approval.