It's a much-too news-rich environment out there, but don't lose track of Prez O's pre-Christmas (pre-Nigerian-bomber, pre-Khost-CIA-attack, pre-Iranian terror-kinpin release, pre-Westergaard assassination attempt -- have I missed anything?) executive order boosting Interpol's powers over those of the US Constitution.
The Washington Examiner's Mark Tapscott stays with the case here and here, while Allan Erickson of the Portland Political Buzz Examiner has compiled a good round-up of coverage of the story -- still ignored by the MSM. (The NYT, typically, has indeed deigned to cover the story, but only insofar as the executive order "irks conservatives.")
Don't miss the Canada Free Press report on the nexus between Interpol and the UN.