Let’s Lose LOST

The Law of the Sea Treaty would drastically undermine American sovereignty, giving massive powers to the U.N. (aka the Dictators’ Club of New York), but the Senate is actually considering passing it — get this — as a tribute to Dick Lugar, whose voters unceremoniously dumped him last week. Seriously, couldn’t they just give him a medal? This is enough to make me think the House of Lords is a good idea.

In any event, Let Freedom Ring has an action site up on this — Let’s Lose LOST.

For further background, here are two studies from CEI on the subject of LOST that we issued when the George W. Bush administration was thinking about getting it ratified to curry international favor.

Iain Murray — Iain Murray is the Competitive Enterprise Institute's vice president of strategy. For the past decade with the Institute, he has concentrated on financial regulation, labor, employment and immigration regulation, and ...

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