Pro-abortionists elevate free association attacks to an art form

By Dave Andrusko When the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization last week, like you, I anticipated an onslaught of angry, apocalyptic rhetoric. There is a certain strain of man-hating misogyny  for which the Mississippi law, protecting unborn children after 15 weeks, would be the fuel that ignited a …

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The “decades of political organizing by abortion opponents” paying rich dividends for unborn children

 By Dave Andrusko Provocative although incomplete, the headline to Michael Scherer’s story in the Washington Post reads “Twin Republican strategies brought the antiabortion movement to the cusp of victory in the Supreme Court.” “Decades of political organizing by abortion opponents have transformed the Republican Party into a force for remaking courts, and a separate revolution in …

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Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization raises first principle questions that Roe and Casey avoided

By Dave Andrusko Fortunately, most of the commentary these days is digital. Otherwise  it would have required entire forests to be razed to furnish the paper for the deluge of pro-abortion screeds that followed oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. To take just one example, Vox’s Ian Millhiser wrote Midway through arguments …

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A follow up to oral arguments in Dobbs reveals hidden nuggets

By Dave Andrusko National Right to Life is providing an ongoing series of stories breaking down what the justices said yesterday in oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The “Gestational Age Act” which protects unborn children after 15 weeks. There are many possibilities from the sometimes heated debate to examine. Here are …

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Full 6th Circuit Court of Appeals to consider comprehensive Tennessee pro-life law

By Dave Andrusko On the same day the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals agreed to vacate previous rulings against a multi-faceted pro-life law passed by the Tennessee legislature ahead of a new hearing before all 16 members of the court. In the summary …

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Confused and inaccurate, all in all a bad day for Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor

By Dave Andrusko In Wednesday’s Supreme Court oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, Sonya Sotomayor polished her credentials as the most pro-abortion justice on the court. But a look back suggests she was, at best, marginally coherent and was not going to allow the absence of accuracy, completeness, or fairness to get in the way. At …

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Five takeaways from oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

By Dave Andrusko After over 90 minutes of vigorous questioning, the Supreme Court will now wrestle with the fate of Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act which protects unborn children after the 15th week. “The justices will cast tentative votes at a private conference in the coming days,” writes the New York Times’ Adam Liptak. “The senior …

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Pro-abortion reporter laments “Where the Pro-Choice Movement Went Wrong”

By Dave Andrusko Among many other welcomed results, the willingness of the Supreme Court to hear Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act today has exposed long-simmering divisions in the “pro-choice” movement. Amy Littlefield, “the abortion access correspondent for The Nation,” laid them out in brutal detail in an essay published this morning the New York Times. Much …

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The day before the United States Supreme Court hears Dobbs v. Women’s Health Organization

By Dave Andrusko We’ve been running a countdown for the last ten days explaining the many issues at issue in Dobbs v. Women’s Health Organization. Today is our last preview. Beginning tomorrow, we will fill our readers in on the questions asked by the justices about a 2018 law that protects unborn babies after the …

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Biden’s negative pull bringing Democrats down with him

By Dave Andrusko The latest job approval numbers for President Biden is 43% approval versus 56% disapproval—a -13. The average spread for the Real Clear Politics collection of the latest polls is a -10.5%. Sobering numbers. Obviously, the President is exerting a tremendous drag on his party’s candidates as reflected in “Another retirement spells even …

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More than 10,000 women need hospital treatment due to adverse effects following “DIY” chemical abortions

By Dave Andrusko Helen Sutan reported earlier this week on still more evidence that all but screams “Do It Yourself chemical abortions are very dangerous to women.” “Based on 85 freedom of information requests to NHS trusts, it was discovered that in 2020, more over 1 in 17 women (about 20 per day) who utilized …

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