About House Comar

About House Comar

House Comar exists to defend the tenets of democracy, advance human rights and check the powers of Executive branches all over the world.


Let's make a better world

House Comar exists to defend the tenets of democracy, advance human rights and check the powers of Executive branches all over the world. This is done by connecting attorneys from around the world with each other in order to share knowledge and collaborate on cutting edge human rights issues that require champions and defenders.

In addition, House Comar combines legal sophistication and advocacy with state-of-the-art technology and media efforts. We work with the finest engineers, developers, and journalists on the planet who graciously dedicate their time and efforts to obtain these same goals.


Fighting for democracy

The first principle of House Comar is the defense of democracy, and specifically the tenets of liberal democracy as expressed by Locke, Rousseau, Madison and Dewey. This means a democracy that works to advance all forms of justice, including social justice, and which prioritizes education as the bedrock of a civilized and just social order. House Comar believes that government should empower citizens and promote their well being in all forms.


Advancing Human Rights

The second principle of House Comar is the advancement of human rights. In the wake of wars of aggression, torture, unlawful surveillance and refugee crises, human rights advocates have been on the defensive and have lost several battles in the first decades of the 21st century. House Comar fights to restore the human rights framework established in the 20th century, particularly the comprehensive network of treaties that govern human rights. House Comar also seeks to build and advance that framework.


Checking the executive

The third principle of House Comar is to act as a check on Executives. Overgrown Executive branches represent the chief obstacle to the creation and maintenance of a lasting global peace. The challenges of the 21st century are vast, and the human race will not be in a position to confront and overcome planetary problems -- climate change, resource depletion, coordinated space exploration, advanced weapons technologies, deep artificial intelligence -- so long as despotism and tyranny remain part of the human experience.