Posts tagged ‘and Institutions’

05/05/2013

Judges, Journalists, and Activists Re-Inventing Science | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por Stefano Gennarini, J.D.

When judges, journalists, and activists start messing with medicine and science I think everyone should start worrying. After all, science should not be subservient to government policies or politics. Here is an excerpt from the AP story about the NY Judge  that ruled the sometime abortifacient morning after pill should be available over the counter to 15 […]

27/04/2013

Obama Funds LGBT in Other Countries During Sequestration Cuts | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por Wendy Wright

In the midst of sequestration cuts that have left flyers in American airports stranded in long delays and furloughed some federal workers, the Obama administration announced it will spend development aid on promoting homosexuality and transgender confusion in other countries. From the announcement on April 8: http://www.usaid.gov/news-information/press-releases/usaid-announces-new-partnership-promote-lgbt-human-rights-abroadUSAID ANNOUNCES NEW PARTNERSHIP TO PROMOTE LGBT HUMAN RIGHTS […]

23/04/2013

The fight against gender stereotypes and parental rights: the case in France and other European countries | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por Grégor Puppinck, Ph.D

French parents who wish to pass on certain values to their children will clash in the coming months over the Republic’s education system, which the current Government wishes to reform, particularly in relation to the complementary nature of men and women, of human sexuality and of morality. The Taubira marriage law reform proposal should be […]

15/04/2013

Same-sex “marriage” in Ireland? | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por J.C. von Krempach, J.D.

The constitutional convention backs the extension of marriage rights to same-sex couples, the Irish Times reports. With this decision, Ireland seems set to join the fold of countries that want to destroy the institution of marriage by re-defining it beyond recognisability. But it could still be prevented, as a popular referendum will be needed. In […]

09/04/2013

Generation that Aborted Will be Euthanized | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por Wendy Wright

Call it the new population control. Dr. Peter Saunders of Christian Medical Fellowship looks at the combination of demographic decline, financial crises and disrespect for life and comes to a sobering conclusion: The generation that killed its children will in turn be killed by its own children. In other words legalised abortion will lead to […]

06/12/2012

US to UN: Hands off our Internet | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por Susan Yoshihara, Ph.D.

A day after its strident disputes over the Disabilities Treaty, Congress united today to send a strong anti-regulation message to delegates gathered for the UN talks on telecommunications:  From The Hill: The House on Wednesday unanimously passed a Senate resolution introduced by Sens. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) that calls on the U.S. government to oppose United Nations control of the […]

08/11/2012

Spain Needs a New Constitution | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por J.C. von Krempach, J.D.

In Spain, the Constitutional Court has irremediably devalued the Constitution of which it was supposed to be the guardian by stating that the law that allows same-sex marriage was not unconstitutional. For a country that, due to the gross mismanagement of its political class (including, but not only, the radical left-wing and anti-humanist government led […]

03/11/2012

A lousy procedure, a messy judgment: The European Human Rights Court’s newest attempt to fabricate a „Right to Abortion“ | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por J.C. von Krempach, J.D.

While for many years the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has simply failed to protect unborn children against being murdered (the lead case here is the ignominious Vo v. France decision of 2004, where the Court explicitly recognised that the embryo “belongs to the human race”, but at the same expressed doubts as to […]

25/10/2012

Conscience Rights in 15 Seconds | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por Wendy Wright

How would you explain the right to follow one’s conscience? It’s become a huge issue in the U.S. with the Obama administration requiring employers to pay for insurance that covers abortion and contraception. Even more directly, the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights, Navi Pillay, has told governments that “laws and policies that impede access […]

25/10/2012

Human Rights Official Riles Up UN Delegates, Fire Alarm Goes Off | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por Stefano Gennarini, J.D.

Yesterday was UN Day. A day to celebrate the accomplishments of the world’s only universal international organization, and the progress of the world’s nations towards a brighter more peaceful future. But UN delegates at the third committee meeting of the 67th plenary session of the General Assembly were more concerned with highlighting overreaching by the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms. […]

19/10/2012

Guttmacher: It’s not enough for a child to be “wanted” | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por Rebecca Oas, Ph.D

A new study by researchers at Yale found that at least 50% of young couples expecting a child actually desired the pregnancy.  From a sample of 296 couples in which the female was 14-21, 49% of female participants and 53% of males reported wanting the pregnancy.  Furthermore, another 18% of females and 24% of males […]

10/10/2012

Belgium Leads in Organ Transplants from those Euthanized | Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions

De Turtle Bay and Beyond – International Law, Policy, and Institutions, por Lisa Correnti

Deaths from “voluntary euthanasia” in Belgium are approximated at 2 percent,  – 2,000 annually. At a recent conference in Brussels, a Belgian doctor reported that organ transplants are being done on euthanized patients and that Belgium leads in this practice. Dr. Van Raemdonck reported that nine successful lung transplants from “voluntary euthanized” patients have been performed since […]

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