Could U.N. Treaties be Ratified by Executive Order?

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The U.S. State Department is asking local and state human rights commissions to help them prepare a report to the U.N. about how the U.S. is advancing human rights as set forth in various U.N. treaties – many of which the Untied States has not ratified. Currently, those local and state human rights commissions are working under the networking umbrella organization called the Human Rights At Home Campaign. They are also pressuring the White House to issue an executive order creating a human rights infrastructure that would oversee the implementation of U.N. human rights treaties. Dr. Janice Crouse, Senior Fellow and Director of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, has more on this effort that could seriously undermine our form of government.

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