Short Note: An unfair judgment on the European court of human rights

The Guardian released today an interesting article called:  “An unfair judgment on the European court of human rights”. The article discusses that, far from threatening national sovereignty, the Court is a catalyst speeding up existing movements for change. It is also interesting to see that the article mentions  issues that have been recently examined in this … Continue reading

Are they really pro-life? Republican hypocrisy threatens the right to life: Part 2

The idea of being pro-life, I assume, necessitates that one is in favour of protecting all life, not just the life of the unborn. All life, in this case, should logically include both life that is and is not American. That is, even if you are not an American citizen, your life should be as … Continue reading

Are they really pro-life? Republican hypocrisy threatens the right to life: Part 1

**Given the nature and complexity of the issue of abortion and its role in US politics, this will be a two-part entry. Anyone that follows politics in the United States knows that one of the most polarising political issues is abortion. Actually, it is a polarising issue no matter where you are, but for some … Continue reading