I’m in New York, and the hotels are jammed with diplomats and bureaucrats associated with the U.N. General Assembly session, which opened yesterday. Overhearing various conversations at breakfast, I was reminded of John Bolton’s comment that "The secretariat building in New York has 38 stories. If it lost ten stories, it wouldn’t make a bit of difference." In fact, it seems to me, the loss would be a considerable improvement. And in light of next week’s likely U.N. vote in favor of statehood for a terror-friendly Palestinian entity, surely Congress will want to reconsider the U.S. taxpayer money going to that august organization.