‘Evolving standards’ of international law should overturn anti-sodomy law: Belize lawsuit | Piero Tozziwww.lifesitenews.com
Piero Tozzi at LifeSiteNews: Ten years ago, the late, great American jurist Robert Bork wrote a short book entitled Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges. He described how the “American disease” of judicial legislating—activists using constitutional courts “to outflank majorities and nullify their votes” on controversial social issues—was becoming a global phenomenon.
Via Walter Russell Mead, I learn that the New York City Council passed a resolution on Marc DeGirolami at Mirror of Justice: Wednesday calling for the granting of equal access to churches and houses of worship to public school property (it calls for new legislation to amend the New York State Education Law in this respect). Over at CLR Forum, I have on various occasions discussed the “serpentine path” of litigation in the Bronx Household of Faith case . . .
Turtle Bay and Beyond: Dr Anthony Levantino, an OBGYN of 30yrs who performed 1,200 abortions testified before congress that abortion in the second trimester or later is not medically necessary to save women’s lives.