Human rights

Next March for Life in Washington: January 18, 2019

by Ellen Kolb January 26, 2018

As a public service, I hereby announce for the benefit of all reporters, bloggers, and commentators that the next March for Life in Washington will be on Friday, January 18, 2019. Mark your editorial calendars now. No excuses. Rain, shine, or snow (and I’ve marched in all those conditions), the event goes on. I was […]

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Universal Rights, Anyone?

by Ellen Kolb January 2, 2018
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From Twitter: the United Nations wants to celebrate human rights. @obianuju suggests that the U.N. broaden its horizons. A very important anniversary coming up in 2018: Universal Declaration of Human Rights is turning 70!#StandUp4HumanRights & read your #RightsOutLoud ???? https://t.co/NS3qFiFtIy pic.twitter.com/FdYnWG2RIV — United Nations (@UN) December 30, 2017 Until the UN stops their support for abortion- […]

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Why did NHPR Leave out the ‘Sex’?

by Steve MacDonald December 29, 2017

Todd Bookman, writing for New Hampshire Public Radio, left something out of his report on HB1319. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Ed Butler (D- Harts Location) modifies RSA 354: A to include a definition of transgender and adds the words “gender identity” in the statute in twenty-nine places. That’s how many times the law lists those things […]

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Democrats Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Due Process – SCREW HUMAN RIGHTS

by Kimberly Morin June 23, 2016
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Left Wing Lunatics call for Repeal of 2nd Amendment

by Kimberly Morin October 2, 2015

Because you didn’t already think the left was filled with brain-dead pond algae, now you know.

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Even UN Universal Declarations Have a Shelf Life Under Obama…

by Steve MacDonald September 1, 2014
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Hot Air “..the (US) State Department interim rule just raised the fee for renunciation of U.S. citizenship to $2,350 from $450” Gradually building a Berlin Wall made of paper? Well, some people say that this is a human-rights violation: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his […]

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New Hampshire’s Version of ‘Hassanpfeffer’ Has “Turkey” In It

by Steve MacDonald May 23, 2014
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Hasanpfeffer is rabbit stew.  In New Hampshire we have something different.  It is called ‘Hassanpfeffer.’  It is made with a New Hampshire Democrat, “Turkey,” and hypocrisy. Governor Maggie Hassan, your typical light-weight, two-faced tax and spend liberal, has discovered that contrary to Democrat party talking points the economy is not that hot.  In response to […]

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Choice

by Susan Olsen December 19, 2012

20 innocent children.  Full of promise.  Harming no one.  Dead.  Murdered by a stranger bent on their destruction.   Guns don’t kill children.  People do. 1.2 million innocent children.  Full of promise.   Harming no one.  Dead.  Murdered by strangers with the explicit permission of their mothers.  Scalpels don’t kill children.  In 2011, their mothers and their mothers’ […]

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Notable Quotes: Frederic Bastiat

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2012

[There] “is this idea that mankind is merely inert matter, receiving life, organization, morality, and prosperity from the power of the state.  And even worse, it will be stated that mankind tends toward degeneration, and is stopped from this downward course only by the mysterious hand of the legislator. -Frédéric Bastiat For Barack ‘You Didn’t […]

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Abortion is an Act of Tyranny

by Steve MacDonald July 16, 2012

Abortion is an act of tyranny.  It is the expression of  legal force against another life that denies that life the right to the property of living and every expression of existence that follows from it.  It denies these rights solely for the benefit of another (others), who have exchanged the risk of creation for […]

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