Although exemptions are often billed as a compromise, the evidence suggests that they will never be enough to satisfy those who think religious believers are discriminating and getting away with it. The “compromise” soon becomes a zero-sum game with only one winner.
Author: Paul Coleman (Paul Coleman)
The Universal Declaration and the Distortion of Human Rights
Conservatives cannot afford to abandon the institutions of power that seek to redefine human rights for the entire world.
Europe’s Free Speech Problem: A Cautionary Tale
After it was accepted that criminalizing speech was a desirable way to produce better citizens, finding a stopping point has proven almost impossible. Although the US has the legal protections for freedom of speech that Europe lacks, a culture of censorship is emerging here as well.
The UN’s Push for “Same-Sex Marriage”
In direct opposition to international law, both the central UN bureaucracy and individual Member States are aggressively promoting same-sex marriage worldwide.