Category Archives: ACLU

11 Attorneys General back Trump Administration in dispute over undocumented teenager’s abortion

By Dave Andrusko Tip of the hat goes out to Heather Clark, a fine reporter for Christian News, who alerted her readers today that “A coalition of 11 states have filed an amicus brief backing the Trump

My Family’s Adoption Story Could Be Impossible If ACLU Wins This Case

By Lauren Konkol Five international adoptions from China, Guatemala, and South Korea—in addition to my four biological siblings—have made me the oldest of 10 children. As National Adoption Awareness Month has come and gone, I’ve reflected even

Battle continues over abortions for undocumented, unaccompanied teenagers

As of October 17, 43 pregnant illegal immigrant girls in HHS custody By Dave Andrusko A constant thread throughout the tragic story of an undocumented pregnant teenager who aborted her 16-week-old baby, was that for the ACLU,

ACLU wants order allowing 17-year-old undocumented teen to have abortion

By Dave Andrusko Federal District Judge Laurel Beeler is hearing an emergency request from the ACLU of Northern California to order the Office of Refugee Resettlement to allow a pregnant undocumented teenager–“Jane Doe”–to leave ORR custody to

ACLU asks judge to issue injunction against 24-hour waiting period

By Dave Andrusko Florida’s new 24-hour waiting period is scheduled to go into effect July 1 and pro-abortion forces are furiously trying to persuade the courts to issue an injunction. As National Right to Life News Today

ACLU gives Alabama abortionists medals for ‘promotion of human rights’

By Calvin Freiburger The American Civil Liberties Union has awarded three Alabama abortion clinic owners, as well as National Abortion Federation president Vicki Saporta, with the Roger N. Baldwin Medal of Liberty for their commitment to abortion,

ACLU challenges 2013 change strengthening Alabama’s parental involvement law

  By Dave Andrusko Representing an abortion clinic in Montgomery, Alabama, the ACLU filed a lawsuit last week challenging a 2013 law the intent of which was to end the practice of “rubberstamping” requests by minors for

ACLU to Force Doctors to Take Human Life

  By Wesley J. Smith The wailing and gnashing of teeth over the very modest Hobby Lobby case shows that it was a precursor for the real game that is afoot; forcing those with religious beliefs against