Every Woman is Valuable

Hilary Rosen has been in the news recently because she said Mitt Romney’s wife, Ann Romney, had “never worked a day in her life” because she chose to be a stay at home mother.[1]  Choosing to stay home and raise a family might not bring in the financial or status gain as a paid career, … Continue reading

Rule of Law / UN

The first verdict delivered from the International Criminal Court

The United Nations drafted the Rome Statute, which established the International Criminal Court (ICC) in 2002. However, it should be understood that the ICC is an independent international organization and not under the authority of the United Nations. The ICC serves as an international court system, in The Hague, Netherlands and is supported by 120 … Continue reading

America / Foreign Policy

The War Next Door

It is not a surprise for most people to hear that Mexico has a drug problem. International news has covered stories regarding mass murders, kidnappings, and torturing of Mexican citizens, government leaders and military troops in Mexico by numerous drug cartels. While multiple countries are responsible for the supply of the illegal drugs brought into … Continue reading