“A Non-Theoretical Justification of Human Rights: A Response to David Little’s The Right of Self-Defense – Part II” by T. Jeremy Gunn

“Eleanor Roosevelt holding poster of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (in English), Lake Success, New York. November 1949.” / FDR Presidential Library & Museum 64-165 / CC BY 2.0 This article is part of our “Self-Defense and Human Rights” series.If you’d like to check out other articles in this series, click here. This is

“A Non-Theoretical Justification of Human Rights: A Response to David Little’s The Right of Self-Defense – Part I” by T. Jeremy Gunn

“Eleanor Roosevelt holding poster of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (in English), Lake Success, New York. November 1949.” / FDR Presidential Library & Museum 64-165 / CC BY 2.0 This article is part of our “Self-Defense and Human Rights” series.If you’d like to check out other articles in this series, click here. This is

“Big Brother and the New Ministry of Truth: How President Trump’s Executive Order May have Disastrous Consequences for Religious Freedom” by Kristina Arriaga

Black and Silver Laptop Computer, Jolo Diaz, Pexels Last month, for the first time ever, Twitter fact-checked two presidential tweets. In response, President Donald Trump issued an executive order which would, in essence, eliminate a pillar of U.S. internet law, the protections contained in Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA 230). CDA 230

“Sudan Criminalizes FGM” by Adrienne Phillips

“Sudan Criminalizes FGM” Adrienne Phillips Sudan recently criminalized female genital mutilation (FGM). According to the United Nations, about 87 percent of Sudanese women between the ages of fourteen and forty-nine have undergone some form of FGM. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that, worldwide, “more than 200 million girls and women alive today” have experienced

“The Right of Self-Defense and the Organic Unity of Human Rights – Part IV” by David Little

Landscape Photo of Mountains Under Gray Sky,eberhard grossgasteiger, Pexels (CC0) This article is part of our “Self-Defense and Human Rights” series.If you’d like to check out other articles in this series, click here. This is the final installment of a four-part essay in which Dr. David Little develops a unified theory of human rights based

“The Right of Self-Defense and the Organic Unity of Human Rights – Part III” by David Little

Landscape Photo of Mountains Under Gray Sky,eberhard grossgasteiger, Pexels (CC0) This article is part of our “Self-Defense and Human Rights” series.If you’d like to check out other articles in this series, click here. This is the third installment of a four-part essay in which Dr. David Little develops a unified theory of human rights based

“The Right of Self-Defense and the Organic Unity of Human Rights – Part II” by David Little

Landscape Photo of Mountains Under Gray Sky, eberhard grossgasteiger, Pexels (CC0) This article is part of our “Self-Defense and Human Rights” series.If you’d like to check out other articles in this series, click here. This is the second installment of a four-part essay in which Dr. David Little develops a unified theory of human rights

“The Right of Self-Defense and the Organic Unity of Human Rights – Part I” by David Little

Landscape Photo of Mountains Under Gray Sky,eberhard grossgasteiger, Pexels (CC0) This article is part of our “Self-Defense and Human Rights” series.If you’d like to check out other articles in this series, click here. This is the first installment of a four-part essay in which Dr. David Little develops a unified theory of human rights based

“I Swear to God: Oaths, Accommodations, and the Binding of Conscience” by Matthew P. Cavedon

“I Swear to God: Oaths, Accommodations, and the Binding of Conscience” Matthew P. Cavedon Watch any courtroom drama and you know something serious is about to happen when a witness takes an oath. In the typical Hollywood version, it goes like this: “Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but

“REVIEW: Law and the Christian Tradition in Italy by Condorelli and Domingo”

Law and the Christian Tradition in Italy edited by Orazio Condorelli and Rafael Domingo Review by John Witte Jr. This volume is part of a 50-volume series on “Great Christian Jurists in World History,” presenting the interaction of law and Christianity through the biographies of 1000 legal figures of the past two millennia. Commissioned by