Obama will push to ratify the Law of the Sea Treaty, Rights of the
Child Treaty, and the International Criminal Court.
The Law of the Sea Treaty:
The Law of the Sea Treaty was conceived in 1982 by the U. N. as a method for governing activities on, over, and beneath the ocean’s surface. It focuses primarily on navigational and transit issues.The Treaty also contains provisions on the regulation of deep-sea mining and the redistribution of wealth to underdeveloped countries–as well
as sections regarding marine trade, pollution, research, and dispute resolution.
The Rights of the Child Treaty:
The Rights of the Child Treaty was signed in 1995 by Bill Clinton but wisely never ratified by our Senate. That’s because it would give the
federal government unacceptably broad new powers over children, families, and schools.It’s been a pet project of the cult of people who believe that the village should raise children rather than their parents. That’s the purpose of this treaty to give the UN a role in the raising
The International Criminal Court:
Specifically,the court threatens to diminish Americas sovereignty,
produce arbitrary and highly politicized “justice,” and grow into a
jurisdictional leviathan. Many of the legal safeguards American
citizens enjoy under the U.S. Constitution would be suspended if
they were brought before the court. Endangered constitutional
protections include the prohibition against double jeopardy, the
right to trial by an impartial jury, and the right of the accused to
confront the witnesses against him.