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  • Yes, we need the Human Rights Act

    We need the Human Rights act to insure that countries observe laws that define the basic inalienable rights of human beings. By definition, this should be an act that is recognized by all countries so that there is a court of public opinion when a person or a country in power violates those rights, and they can be held accountable.

  • Yes, we need the Human Rights Act.

    We need the Human Rights Act because it is really important to protect the basic rights of human. In the US, it is very important and fundamental for all citizens to have equal rights and freedom of life. That was why the founding fathers made the bill of rights to make sure people are safe and free.

  • The Human Rights Act Helps Everyone

    Throughout history there were always issues involving human rights. With the introduction of the human rights act it created a list of universal rights that were guaranteed to everyone as long as they were alive. The human rights act helps create equality, and makes the lives of everyone that benefits from the human rights act better.

  • Our Unalienable Rights

    No Act can give rights. All life has Unalienable Rights, they are part of the Laws of Nature.
    See the YouTube presentation on “The Science of Rights.”
    https://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=Wr_JRqPSwRY

    Life’s Unalienable Rights is an outgrowth of the Constructal Law, which is an outgrowth of the Laws of Thermodynamics, a part of the physical Laws of Nature; not metaphysical.

  • Our Unalienable Rights

    No Act can give rights. All life has Unalienable Rights, they are part of the Laws of Nature.
    See the YouTube presentation on “The Science of Rights.”
    https://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=Wr_JRqPSwRY

    Life’s Unalienable Rights is an outgrowth of the Constructal Law, which is an outgrowth of the Laws of Thermodynamics, a part of the physical Laws of Nature; not metaphysical.

  • Rights are Rights

    The human rights act confers no substantive, fundamental rights that are not already contained in the United States constitution and the bill of rights. Instead, it creates additional methods by which people's freedoms can be impinged and creates additional penalties for non compliance. In doing so, it creates high costs necessary for compliance.

  • Too much Government Interference...

    When we allow the government to dictate how we treat each other, we have allowed them to take away our rights as a society. This in turn is actually a waste. Then we have lost the rights that you just fought so hard to create an act to protect! It's a no win situation.


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