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International Court of Hubris

Thursday, November 04, 2004

Last week, the United States suffered an embarrassing setback before the International Court of Justice. Sitting in The Hague, in a "Peace Palace" originally paid for by Andrew Carnegie, the "World Court" has effectively ordered the U.S. to halt the execution of all foreigners within its borders. Now that the ICJ has thrown in its lot with the anti-death penalty movement, it may be time for the U.S. to turn its back on the World Court.

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