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The Rise of Homo-Fascism
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The Rise of Homo-Fascism

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If you thought Phil Robertson from Duck Dynasty is being treated unfairly by A&E, then you have to get a load of what is happening in Italy with regards to media treatment of dissenting views on homosexuality. The government has just issued a new set of guidelines for journalists for how to treat “LGBT” people. The guidelines, […]

The Bottom Five: The Worst Events of 2013
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The Bottom Five: The Worst Events of 2013

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The global abortion lobby has been starved for victories for quite some time. Even so, they made some advances this past year. We call these the Bottom Five, the worst events in 2013 1.  Women Deliver Abortion groups highly anticipate this global conference on women’s health. This year it featured clandestine abortionists, late term abortionists […]

LGBTs Push Agenda at UN on Human Rights Day
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LGBTs Push Agenda at UN on Human Rights Day

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On Human Rights Day, famous athletes and UN officials met at UN headquarters to condemn what they consider to be discrimination against homosexuals. Russia took the brunt of the criticism ahead of the Winter Olympics to be held in Sochi next February. It is the first of several countries that have enacted a law to […]

LGBT Activists Ask UN: When Will Our Love Story Begin?
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LGBT Activists Ask UN: When Will Our Love Story Begin?

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Homosexual activists and UN officials gathered to take stock of their failures at the United Nations on Wednesday. Panelists from UN agencies and homosexual groups spoke of the obstacles to getting homosexuality recognized despite a big push for social inclusion in UN policy. The event “LGBT Rights and the UN: When Will the Love Story […]

Eleven Countries Promise to Keep Homosexuality on UN Agenda
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Eleven Countries Promise to Keep Homosexuality on UN Agenda

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Eleven countries announced they will continue to hoist the rainbow flag at the United Nations despite setbacks in recent years. U. S. Secretary of State John Kerry and officials from ten countries promised to promote homosexuality at the United Nations in a declaration issued last week. The “Core LGBT Group,” as the eleven countries are […]

Cardinal Burke: Families Must Proclaim the Gospel of Life
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Cardinal Burke: Families Must Proclaim the Gospel of Life

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The family is the central way of proclaiming the “Gospel of Life,” a top Vatican official said this week during a weekend-long celebration of Blessed John Paul II’s letter by that name. In the family “children witness the Gospel of life in the relationship of their parents with one another and in the relationship of […]

UN Delegates Grow Weary of Abortion Agenda
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UN Delegates Grow Weary of Abortion Agenda

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Late-night fatigue dogged UN delegates last Friday as abortion advocates had overstayed their welcome. A resolution on migration stalled all week and no one even cheered when it finally passed. Proponents of abortion and sexual rights stifled debate at this year’s Commission on Population and Development, known as CPD46. While the commission addressed something as […]

The Dangers of an Aging World
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The Dangers of an Aging World

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Wolves prowl the streets of abandoned cities. Only prostitutes are left to take care of the elderly. War is looming. This is 2013 and the global population is aging. These are only a few of the alarming anecdotes retold at a conference last week. Decades of policies to reduce the number of people on our […]

Pro-Life Organizations Engage Human Rights Council
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Pro-Life Organizations Engage Human Rights Council

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Several pro-life and pro-family organizations have submitted statements to the Advisory Committee to the Human Rights Council to ask that universal values shared by all civilizations and cultures — including the right to life of unborn children and the natural family as the fundamental unit of society — are not forgotten in the quest to promote […]

UN Commission Reinforces Role of Family for Development
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UN Commission Reinforces Role of Family for Development

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Last week a UN commission that formulates social policies acknowledged the role of the family as the natural and fundamental unit of society, rejecting attempts by western nations to re-define the family. The Commission on Social Development concluded its annual session by adopting a resolution observing the International Year of the Family in 2014 that […]

Freedom of Speech and LGBT Rights: Many Traditions Don't Agree With Homosexuality
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Freedom of Speech and LGBT Rights: Many Traditions Don’t Agree With Homosexuality

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In recent years same-sex marriage proponents and groups claiming a host of new international LGBT rights have been able to make even international law somewhat interesting. It is no secret that International law is not terribly exciting – reading the minutes of a meeting of the UN International Law Commission or an international human rights body is […]

The Five Worst Moments for Life and Family at the United Nations in 2012
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The Five Worst Moments for Life and Family at the United Nations in 2012

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As we look back over the year 2012 here are five of the worst moments for human life, dignity and the family at the United Nations. 1. World Health Organization Guidelines on Abortion The World Health Organization has always been ambiguous about its position on abortion. This year they left no doubt as to where […]

Russia Rejects UN Committee Edict on Homosexual Propaganda
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Russia Rejects UN Committee Edict on Homosexual Propaganda

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A UN committee of legal experts reprimanded the Russian Federation last month for allowing the Ryazan province of Russia to enforce a law that bans the promotion of homosexuality among minors as part of a national effort to protect children from early sexualization, and related adverse health consequences. In 2009 Irina Fedotova, a lesbian activist, […]

UN Agency for Refugees Firmly in Grasp of LGBT Advocates
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UN Agency for Refugees Firmly in Grasp of LGBT Advocates

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The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has issued new comprehensive guidelines on asylum claims brought by lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) persons, with the understanding that persons persecuted for their sexual orientation and gender identity must be granted asylum in refugee status determinations. Despite continuing disagreement within the United Nations over recognizing “sexual […]

“Gender Identity” Debuts in a UN Resolution
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“Gender Identity” Debuts in a UN Resolution

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual (LGBT) rights continue to divide UN member states, but LGBT groups are celebrating a minor victory at the United Nations General Assembly. Last Tuesday the GA adopted the term “gender identity” alongside “sexual orientation” for the first time in one of its resolutions. LGBT rights first gained a normative foothold […]

Health Minister to Sneak Abortion into Ireland through Regulations
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Health Minister to Sneak Abortion into Ireland through Regulations

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Pro-life groups in Ireland fear that recommendations from a panel of experts appointed by Irish Health Minister James Reilly would be the first steps to introduce legal abortion in Ireland. The minister is expected to issue new regulations following the recommendations of an expert panel set up in January as a response to the European […]

UN Human Rights Council Affirms Traditional Values
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UN Human Rights Council Affirms Traditional Values

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Delegations from European Countries and the United States suffered a setback last week when the Human Rights Council adopted a resolution affirming a positive link between traditional values and human rights. The European and U.S. delegations view traditional values as threats to women, and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual persons. This is the third resolution […]

Will UN Treaties Become a Hot Topic in the Presidential Race?
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Will UN Treaties Become a Hot Topic in the Presidential Race?

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Few politicians are interested in making obscure UN treaties a political talking point. Nevertheless, the Republican and Democratic parties stand at polar opposites on the question of whether or not the United States should ratify new UN treaties, particularly human rights treaties. The platform adopted at the Republican National Convention last month specifically names four […]

Traditional Values Resolution Hijacked at Human Rights Council in Geneva
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Traditional Values Resolution Hijacked at Human Rights Council in Geneva

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Likely the Russians are furious. Last year the Russian government initiated a process at the Human Rights Council in Geneva that was supposed to lead to a resolution touting traditional values. They rediscovered what they likely already knew, that such debates at the UN are fraught with danger, particularly for those who want to support […]

Rio + 20: Catholics for Choice Deceives Itself and Others
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Rio + 20: Catholics for Choice Deceives Itself and Others

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If you have not seen the briefing paper from the Catholics for Choice (CFC) organization regarding the place of the Holy See in international politics, stop reading now and move on. It just isn’t worth your while to read garbage. But if you have and need some clarification, then you may want to learn about the […]

Rio + 20: Holy See Shines Light in the Midst of Darkness
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Rio + 20: Holy See Shines Light in the Midst of Darkness

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In many respects, what is going on in Rio de Janeiro right now during the UN Conference on Sustainable Development is nothing other than the proverbial “blind leading the blind”. As countries hurry to make politically expedient and alarmist statements about climate change, the green economy and reproductive rights, very few delegations exhibit the poise […]

G77 Derailing the "Green Agenda" at the UN
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G77 Derailing the “Green Agenda” at the UN

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Are you wondering how many businesses have to become “green” before the dream of the “green economy” becomes a reality? It seems like everything has to be green nowadays, whether its green jobs, green energy, or green skills. Now there is even green dry cleaning. Duh! If you feel like this is going to far, […]

US Bullying Angers Developing World and Leads to US Defeat at UN
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US Bullying Angers Developing World and Leads to US Defeat at UN

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Negotiations for a final document at the UN Commission on the Status of Women were supposed to end more than a week ago. However, they dragged on for another several days and resulted in a stinging defeat for the Obama administration and anger on the part of the developing world. The US was trying to […]

UN Delegates Walk Out on Sexual Orientation Panel at Human Rights Council
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UN Delegates Walk Out on Sexual Orientation Panel at Human Rights Council

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UN delegates decided they had enough of “sexual orientation and gender identity” and staged a walk-out at UN headquarters in Geneva last week. It was to protest a panel discussion on the topic that delegates fear will lead to special human rights for homosexuals. Last summer the Human Rights Commission in Geneva agreed to prepare […]

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