"The new sheriff at the United Nations is stylish in heels but not so stylish in attitude, and the delegate lounges haven't been the same since Nikki Haley arrived almost three months ago.
She's blunt without being brash, not shy about giving the Russians the cold shoulder, nor making it clear that the United States stands with Israel, not with the wolves that look for opportunities to mock, belittle and scorn the Jewish state.
The previous administration seemed comfortable cozying up to the enemies of Israel, and timidly (some might say 'cowardly') abstaining from a U.N. Security Council vote condemning the Jewish state. Mrs. Haley calls that abstention 'embarrassing' and 'hurtful.' The chances of something like that happening now are likely small, indeed...
Mrs. Haley replaces a very different American voice at the U.N. Samantha Power was popular with her Security Council colleagues, and why not? She was an academic comfortable with argle-bargle and familiar with slowing things down, and her outspoken foreign policy views meshed easily with what she heard in the delegate lounges..."