Christopher Neiswonger at Christian Theology has a good post today about all the rights talk going on.
His post deals with the proper scope of rights as well as the best worldview to ground human rights.
And so the question would be if someone is claiming a right, upon what basis, and if there is no basis, we have neither a moral nor civil obligation to affirm a right that does not, or can not, exist. If rights do exist then a worldview that is reconcilable with their existence must be affirmed and the scope of those things that are or are not rights is predecided by the worldview itself.
Read the whole thing here.