Alliances, the United Nations, and Nato – What Should America do Going Forward?

Flags fly outside the United Nations headquarters during the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019. At this year’s annual gathering at the United Nations, well-known flash points such as the Middle East and trade tensions got lots of airtime, but some leaders also used their time on the world stage to highlight international disputes that don’t usually command the same global attention. (AP Photo/Jennifer Peltz)

ATLANTA – Today we talk about the broken ideology of the United Nations and NATO. What started as an idea to create a more democratic world, has devolved into something completely the opposite. Today, Ben examines the current incarnation of the United Nations and what the to do on behalf of the United States.