Evenhanded Press Club The lamestream media told you: Nine-year-old Bindi Irwin, the adorable daughter of slain "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin, melted hearts at a press conference at the Washington, D.C., National Press Club this week. She wants to help save animals just like her daddy did, who appeared on TV with all sorts of creatures in their wild habitats until one of them, a sting ray, heartlessly killed him by stabbing him in his heart. Asked what her favorite animals were, Bindi gushed, "Crocodiles and snakes, because they're loving and caring," which brought oohs and ahhs from the entranced reporters. The jam packed conference was carried by the networks, cable channels and print media virtually everywhere. The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that: A news conference three weeks ago in the 14-story National Press Club building, which houses or is within walking distance of hundreds of Washington, D.C. journalists, featured representatives from some 60 organizations opposing the planned North American Union (NAU). The NAU plan is to eliminate effective U.S. borders with Mexico and Canada, establish appointed panels to regulate trade, set up trade courts superior to national courts, build a superhighway three football fields wide with dedicated lanes both ways for cars, trucks, trains, utilities and data, through Texas and up to Canada with a Mexican-territory terminal in Kansas, establish illegal residents as "trusted travelers," and more, in little more than a decade, under programs already underway and designed by the Council on Foreign Relations and others. Only one traditional TV station had a single camera crew present, and the rest of the lamestream media chose not to cover the event, which was obviously less important than nine-year-old Bindi's opinion of loving caring snakes. Google "North American Union" to shock yourself good, then ask your local media why they haven't covered this yet.