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https://plus.google.com/109937370825899041559 Riha Pink : 2 Chicago men sue taxi company over brief kiss, Matthew McCrea and Steven White filed a lawsuit Monday...
2 Chicago men sue taxi company over brief kiss, Matthew McCrea and Steven White filed a lawsuit Monday against Sun Taxi, saying the driver violated the Illinois Human Rights Act and seeking an undisclosed amount in damages. The Chicago Sun-Times...http://www.newsterm.com/2-chicago-men-sue-taxi-company-over-brief-kiss/
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https://plus.google.com/111051042611115037012 Douglas Wagar : The Special Rapporteur concludes his report by a number of recommendations intended to help the concerned...
The Special Rapporteur concludes his report by a number of recommendations 
intended to help the concerned parties bridge the existing gaps and consolidate the 
achievements obtained by Aboriginal peoples so far. The Special Rapporteur recommends, 
inter alia, that new legislation on Aboriginal rights be enacted by the Parliament of Canada, as 
well as provincial legislatures, in line with the proposals made by the Royal Commission on 
Aboriginal Peoples; that Convention No. 169 of the International Labour Organization 
concerning Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Independent Countries be ratified promptly, in 
consultation with aboriginal peoples; that it be clearly established in the text and spirit of any 
agreement between an aboriginal people and a government in Canada that no matter what is 
negotiated, the inherent constitutional rights of aboriginal peoples are inalienable and cannot 
be relinquished, ceded or released; that an evaluation of the new self-government agreements 
be undertaken; that the Government intensify its measures to close the human development E/CN.4/2005/88/Add.3 
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gaps between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Canadians in the fields of health care, housing, 
education, welfare and social services; that emergency measures be taken to address the 
critical issue of high rates of diabetes, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS among Aboriginal people; 
that aboriginal suicide be addressed as a priority social issue; that the Government address 
with high priority the elimination from existing legislation of provisions that place certain 
categories of First Nation women at a disadvantage; that section 67 of the Human Rights Act 
be stricken; that the Canadian Human Rights Commission be mandated to deal with the 
human rights of First Nations; and that efforts be increased at all levels to reduce and 
eliminate the overrepresentation of Aboriginal men, women and children in detention http://www.gcc.ca/pdf/INT000000012.pdf
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https://plus.google.com/114547840233839913230 Illinois news : 2 Chicago men sue taxi company over brief kiss Two Chicago men are suing a taxi company after they ...
2 Chicago men sue taxi company over brief kiss

Two Chicago men are suing a taxi company after they say a driver tried to kick them out of a cab because they shared a short kiss. Matthew McCrea and Steven White filed a lawsuit Monday against Sun Taxi, saying the driver violated the Illinois Human Rights Act and seeking an undisclosed amount in damages. McCrea says he gave White a one-second-long kiss during a ride from the airport. The lawsuit says the driver pulled over on the expressway and ordered them out. When they refused, he called 911 and told police they were “making sex” in the cab. No Sun Taxi representative was available to comment early Wednesday. (Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Source: http://www.14news.com/
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https://plus.google.com/111451344907572996706 Florida News : 2 Chicago men sue taxi company over brief kiss (AP) Two Chicago men are suing a taxi company after ...
2 Chicago men sue taxi company over brief kiss

(AP) Two Chicago men are suing a taxi company after they say a driver tried to kick them out of a cab because they shared a short kiss. Matthew McCrea and Steven White filed a lawsuit Monday against Sun Taxi, saying the driver violated the Illinois Human Rights Act and seeking an undisclosed amount in damages. The Chicago Sun-Times (http://bit.ly/1C2r0BR ) says McCrea gave White a one-second-long kiss during a ride from the airport. The lawsuit says the driver pulled over on the expressway and ordered them out. When they refused, he called 911 and told police they were “making sex” in the cab. A representative of Sun Taxi declined to comment Wednesday. _ Information from: Chicago Sun-Times, http://www.suntimes.com/index Source: http://mynews13.com/
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https://plus.google.com/106044477119632838965 AntiCarPoliceState : It's not just about Mark John Crawford or Michael Brown. - It's about comprehensive Anti-Racial Profiling...
It's not just about Mark John Crawford or Michael Brown. - It's about comprehensive Anti-Racial Profiling Legislation. - It's about Reparations for Blacks and Native Americans. - It's about Respect and Honor for Blacks. - It's about implementing a Human Rights Act to replace the Civil Rights Act of 1964. - See more at: http://www.racelies.com/2014/08/ohio-walmart-shooting-bombshell-racist.html#sthash.UASt639V.dpuf
OHIO WALMART SHOOTING BOMBSHELL, RACIST 911 CALLER SAID ABOUT MARK JOHN CRAWFORD'S TOY GUN, "HE JUST PUT SOME BULLETS INSIDE!" AND MORE..
7 Racist Things that are going on with the Ohio Walmart Shooting Right Now: - 911 Caller said about Mark John Crawford while holding the gun, "I believe he just put some bullets inside." - The Racist White Dayton M...
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https://plus.google.com/104220650093383711267 London News : Top Lib Dems and Tories attack Boris over rights of Isis suspects BORIS Johnson came under fire yesterday...
Top Lib Dems and Tories attack Boris over rights of Isis suspects

BORIS Johnson came under fire yesterday from ex-attorney general Dominic Grieve and deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg for suggesting that Brits suspected of fighting for Islamic State (IS) should be considered guilty until proven innocent. “It is a draconian proposal… if we were to do this we would be undermining our own values and ultimately because this is a values battle that is not likely to be helpful in persuading people not to become terrorists,” Grieve, a Conservative MP, told the BBC. The Human Rights Act includes the presumption of innocence. “We actually have a number of measures already on the statute books which allow us to keep a very close eye on those people who aren’t in prison but are perceived to be a threat to the UK,” Nick Clegg told ITV. But the mayor of London said removing the presumption of innocence represents a “swift and minor change.” Boris called for a more robust military response to the IS jihadists who have carved out territory in Syria and Iraq. And Johnson said Britons who have not given the authorities details of their plans before travelling to the region should be assumed to be terrorists. “We need to make [...]
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https://plus.google.com/109166686802191307667 Carlin Solicitors : TOP 5 MYTHS ABOUT THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998 1. "People now have a ‘human right’ to anything" The Human...
TOP 5 MYTHS ABOUT THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998

1. "People now have a ‘human right’ to anything"

The Human Rights Act does not protect an endless catalogue of rights.
It only protects 16 well-established fundamental rights and freedoms. There is a great deal of misinformation about human rights laws and in fact many of the most controversial cases that appear in the papers are actually dismissed by the courts.

2. "Human rights law only protects criminals, it does nothing for victims"

The Human Rights Act protects the rights of everyone and actually requires the State to take practical steps to protect people whose rights are threatened by others. Rights can be limited in the interest of public safety in order to protect national security or to prevent an offence being committed. The Act specifically states that those suspected of or convicted of crimes can be deprived of their liberty.

3. "Human rights law does nothing for ordinary people, it is not relevant if you live in the UK"

Human rights are not just for people in other countries, you have them too. They took a long time to get and they still need protecting. The Human Rights Act is a UK law. It protects everyone’s human rights; young and old, rich and poor, yours and mine. Anybody’s privacy can be invaded, anybody can be wrongly accused of a crime and anyone can be discriminated against for no good reason. Hopefully this will not happen to you but if it did you might find you need to rely on the Human Rights Act to help you.

4. “The UK should just ignore judgments from the European Court of Human Rights which it does not agree with"

You and I can not choose what laws we stick to and neither
can countries. The purpose of international human rights law is to make sure that everyone sticks to the agreement they signed. This can sometimes cause inconvenience and irritation for governments but if one member of the group is allowed to pick and choose which human rights judgments to respect then all members can do the same. If that was the case, many of the most significant advances for liberty, equality and democracy in Europe that have been made since the Second World War would never have happened.

5. “Human rights have been imposed on us by Europe"

Our lawyers helped to write the Human Rights Act. Our politicians chose to make it the law. It is based on the European Convention on Human Rights which has nothing to do with the EU but was written by the Council of Europe – a group of countries who came together after the Second World War to make sure nothing as terrible ever happened again. Before the Human Rights Act you would have had to go to a court outside the UK if your rights had been violated. Since the Human Rights Act, your case can now be heard at home.
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https://plus.google.com/100063890914973571463 Free Movement Blog : Irreversible harm - From 28 July 2014, the commencement of provisions of the Immigration Act 2014 gives...
Irreversible harm - From 28 July 2014, the commencement of provisions of the Immigration Act 2014 gives the Secretary of State new powers of certification that will oust “in-country” rights of appeal for foreign criminals. She may do so in any case where she thinks removal would be consistent with the Human Rights Act 1998 and in particular [] http://ow.ly/2M8EmD
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https://plus.google.com/115348911298839488662 Natalie Elizabeth Beech : Originally posted on Politics and Insights - kittysjones :We ought to be very concerned about the government’s...
Originally posted on Politics and Insights - kittysjones :We ought to be very concerned about the government’s declaration that they intend to withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights, (ECHR)  and to repeal our own Human Rights Act,…
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https://plus.google.com/101776918808633834151 NHS Fife : Human Rights: Human Lives - From the Equality and Human Rights Department - A guide to the Human Rights...
Human Rights: Human Lives - From the Equality and Human Rights Department - A guide to the Human Rights Act for Public Authorities. http://ow.ly/2M59Ve
Human Rights: Human Lives
From the Equality and Human Rights Department - A guide to the Human Rights Act for Public Authorities.
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https://plus.google.com/117652011586834295145 Richard Mitton : Hayeahright • a few seconds ago "British intelligence agencies are likely to use voice recognition software...
Hayeahright • a few seconds ago
"British intelligence agencies are likely to use voice recognition software to try to identify the British jihadist who beheaded the American journalist James Foley, the Telegraph's Steven Swinford reports."

Well then they clearly know who all the people out there are, if they have records of what they sound like. Therefore why do they still warn us that they can come back into the UK when clearly they are being tracked and can be stopped at the border. Sod the human rights act and just put a bullet in their heads.
James Foley's murder should only stiffen our resolve to destroy Islamic State – Telegraph Blogs
There is something disturbing about the fact that the murder of a single Westerner should elicit greater shock and garner more attention than the torture and killing of hundreds upon hundreds of Syrians and Iraqis stretching back years, but if this is what it takes to bring home the sadism and cruelty of the so-called [...]
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https://plus.google.com/109302996002187355394 Nicci M : Do you think this entrenched institutionalised misogyny has disappeared from the family court? It hasn't...
Do you think this entrenched institutionalised misogyny has disappeared from the family court? It hasn't. Both women and men know how women and kids are treated there, there's no justice. My sister was telling me about a father laughing about the way he got everything representing himself, and the enjoyment he felt with every email he sent knowing she had to pay, he didn't. This court has become such an effective, insidious way to abuse women and kids. Don't believe what the internet tells you, "men's rights" groups are given five times the funding women's rights groups are, and they're placed in privileged positions as the dominant group of society. The family court is no place for women and children. I can understand women that just let them take it all. This country, the only western democracy without a human rights act at a federal level, is doing a lot of harm to the most vulnerable in society. I've been involved in a sexual assault case, I and the DPP won, but this, getting this bastard to take responsibility for his daughter, who has broken the law and rules over and over, this has been a rape and by far worst than anything I've ever experienced. The more dishonest and less you care about your kids, the more you get away with in this court it seems. Don't tell me there's equality when he has gotten away with breaking the law so many times and having nothing but contempt for mine and my daughters life, and don't tell me it's not because he is a lawyer. Every other time I've come into contact with the law, the truth, evidence and law was enough. Not here. No laws apply to him, and not just that, I am punished for exercising my rights. This court has raped (rapt) me. Mine and my childrens lives have been treated as worthless. Never seen anything like the family court. You can be completely right morally and legally with so much evidence, but it's completely meaningless if it doesn't suit the predetermined agenda of the court. If I knew in October what I know now- I would never have bothered with the family court. There's no law, referee rules. It's built on the exploitation of people's misery. So sick of the double standard. I've wasted so much money just to get him take some responsibility, but there has been none. Kids aren't important, laws aren't important, women's bodies sure as hell aren't important, just the privileged white male ideology of the family law courts that they serve. If I've spent the money to get there, at least let me access the courts and laws like people should be entitled to. So angry at how oppressive this court is to women and children. Wish I was in the magistrates where you actually get some rights and protection and the laws are followed. 
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https://plus.google.com/107484013021142601097 Rockin Johnny : Disgraceful Tories want to get rid of the Human Rights Act, soon we wont have any rights left.
Disgraceful Tories want to get rid of the Human Rights Act, soon we wont have any rights left.
Conservatives promise to scrap Human Rights Act after next election
Theresa May tells conference that party is prepared to withdraw from European convention 'if that is what it takes to fix law'
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https://plus.google.com/105868528289918776313 Sam van maris : Candles campaign 2013 2/10 Amnesty International Luxembourg Volunteers explain why it is important to...
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