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Category: roe v. wade
02 Feb 2021

Even Without In-Person Demonstrations, LIFE is Still Winning

Dana Stancavage | February 2, 2021
  I stand for Life because I see the hurt and pain that is caused by abortion. Abortion increases the risk of breast cancer by 50% in women whose first pregnancy ends in abortion. A study by Americans United for Life “found that women whose first pregnancies ended in abortion were 65 percent more likely to score in the ‘high risk’ range for clinical depression.” Women who face an
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29 Oct 2020

Things You Need to Know about Legal Abortion

Jessica Nardi | October 29, 2020
  Why do Roe and Doe Matter?  In 1973 Roe v. Wade along with its companion case Doe v. Bolton were decided on the same day, allowing abortion on demand in the United States. Through a constitutional “right to privacy” Roe enabled unrestricted abortions with no exceptions or regulations, while Doe legalized abortion on demand for the full nine months
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27 Oct 2020

Some Humans Worth Less Than Others? Where Have We Seen This Before…

Jessica Nardi | October 27, 2020
  Abortion supporters shriek in terror at the thought that very soon Roe v. Wade could be reversed. Their propaganda says newly-confirmed Justice Amy Coney Barrett is coming for their “healthcare”. Someone ought to tell them that medicine is about saving lives, not ending them.  It’s easy to second guess your views when half the country sees this as the
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23 Oct 2020

Democratic Proposals to Alter the Court Continue to Be Terrifying

Brenna Lewis | October 23, 2020
Unfortunately, Thursday’s presidential debate failed to mention the issue of court packing; the American people were once more denied full transparency when it comes to knowing just how much Joe Biden would transform the courts. We’ve written plenty before about Democratic proposals to pack the Supreme Court, though, because there is plenty at stake. It doesn’t help that Joe Biden
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Reversing Roe
20 Oct 2020

What Reversing Roe v. Wade Means (and Doesn’t Mean)

Brenna Lewis | October 20, 2020
The 1973 Supreme Court case that legalized abortion on demand through all nine months and for any reason (alongside its companion case, Doe v. Bolton) is known as Roe v. Wade. The only reason abortion up until birth is not the law of the land in every state is thanks to states’ abilities to enact their own abortion limits… though late-term abortion is the
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Super precedent
15 Oct 2020

Roe v. Wade is Not a ‘Super Precedent:’ Here’s Why That Matters

Brenna Lewis | October 15, 2020
  Whether or not Judge Amy Coney Barrett would reverse Roe v. Wade inevitably came up during Day Two of her confirmation hearings. Senators had this on their minds, as well as to what Judge Barrett’s personal views were on the decision, if she had discussed ruling on the decision with President Trump, and, most importantly, how Roe v. Wade is not a
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12 Oct 2020

Senator Cory Booker Easily Wins Award for Most Hysterical Fear-Mongering on Roe v. Wade

Brenna Lewis | October 12, 2020
  Judge Amy Coney Barrett has not even been confirmed to the Supreme Court, yet Democrats are already in hysterics over the fate of the Roe v. Wade. Perhaps the most absurd warnings came from Senator Cory Booker. He used his time to explain how “people are scared right now… because they know what a future without the protections of Roe
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07 Oct 2020

Media Fibs about Biden-Harris Abortion Positions

Brenna Lewis | October 7, 2020
  Fresh out of Walter Reed, Trump used his Twitter on Tuesday morning to focus on the abortion issue.  Reactions were swift and predictable, but the president has a point. Trump referenced Joe Biden’s NBC town hall performance, including when Biden answered a question about “protecting women’s reproductive rights in the U.S.” He addressed the possibility of, if on the
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21 Sep 2020

Kamala Harris Alludes to Joe Biden as a Puppet President

Jessica Nardi | September 21, 2020
  At a campaign event in Tampa, Florida, Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris referred to the ticket as the “Harris administration with Joe Biden as President.” What might seem like a silly gaffe, is either a Freudian slip or a dog-whistle to audiences that fear Joe Biden isn’t a competent choice for president. If it’s the former, Harris thinks that
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Roe v. Wade Facts
29 Jun 2020

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Roe v. Wade

Jessica Nardi | June 29, 2020
  The 1973 Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade is cheered by the abortion industry and pro-choice population and viewed with rose-colored glasses.  But many people, pro-life and pro-choice alike, don’t know what Roe actually did. It struck down all previous state laws outlawing abortion and made it legal at any point and for any reason. Euthanizing a baby on
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