The Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson doesn’t end the abortion debate

But the Dobbs decision opens the door to a fresh dialogue over abortion—one that must address fundamental questions about the reality of science, the scope of human rights, and the demands of love. This is a conversation that those of us in the pro-life movement are eager to have. Read the whole story.

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Justice Samuel Alito defends Dobbs decision, importance of religious freedom

By Dave Andrusko In what evidently was his public response since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Justice  Samuel Alito, author of the Dobbs decision, said he was “honored” to have written the historic 6-3 decision. “In a keynote address in Rome that was put on by the University of Notre Dame Law School, …

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The ruling in Dobbs is an incredible victory and important step in restoring the rule of law in this country

Considering these facts, it’s difficult to understand the extreme reaction many in the pro-abortion camp have had to this ruling. The justices didn’t change a single law. What they did was return the issue to the states, and thus, the voters. Read the whole story.

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A liberal and Democrat, he supports abortion but opposed Roe v. Wade

By Dave Andrusko When a friend forwarded this to me, I’ll be honest. I was so busy putting together the July issue of National Right to Life News that I just put it aside. That was a mistake. I believe after reading Prof. Akhil Reed Amar, you’ll be more readily able to handle critiques of …

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The U.S. Supreme Court made it very clear that abortion is not a constitutional right

We’ve used these words for almost 50 years to clearly state our case — the right to kill unborn children was never a principle supported by, or even imagined by, our founding fathers. Thanks be to God, the U.S. Supreme Court made it very clear that abortion is not a constitutional right, and that it …

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Some people wept, others looked toward heaven, and everyone clapped.

There was stunned silence….for all of a half-second. The audience knew the Supreme Court had decided Dobbs v. Women’s Health Organization in favor of the babies. My wife, Lisa, and I looked at each other and smiled. Less than an hour later, I was taking notes on “Preparing for the 2022 elections.” #NRLC Read the …

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Rasmussen finds 50% of Likely Voters approve of Supreme Court decision returning the abortion issue to the states

By Dave Andrusko The headline to a post at Rasmussen Reports reads “Abortion: Half of Voters Approve Supreme Court Ruling.” According to the survey, “50% of Likely U.S. voters approve of the Supreme Court abortion ruling, including 38% who Strongly Approve of the decision.” 45% disapprove, including 38% who disapprove strongly. That most assuredly is …

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Mississippi Attorney General Fitch:  Dobbs decision “is a victory not only for women and children, but for the Court itself.”

Editor’s note. As our readers know, the case which the U.S. Supreme Court used to overturn Roe v. Wade was “Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.” This was the Mississippi law which Attorney General Lynn Fitch defended brilliantly. The following is her statement on the Court’s historic decision. Today marks a new era in American history …

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A pro-life bioethicist reflects on the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade

By Dave Andrusko I did not know until a colleague informed me today that the Wall Street Journal ran this particular podcast: “Based on his Wall Street Journal Opinion column ‘Free Expression,’ Editor-at-Large Gerry Baker speaks every week with some of the world’s leading writers, influencers and thinkers about a variety of subjects.” You’d expect …

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The Supreme Court’s chance to get the science right

By Donna Harrison M.D.  For the first time in fifty years, the Supreme Court has been asked directly to overturn Roe v. Wade, the decision which took away the ability of the American people to protect preborn human beings.[1] The scientific information available to the Supreme Court in Roe was based primarily on the medical …

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A depiction of an unborn baby at about 10 weeks gestation

Everyone is talking about abortion, but these rhetorical ploys miss the mark

By Paul Stark As the Supreme Court reconsiders Roe v. Wade, it’s hard to remember a time when the debate over the ethics of abortion so dominated public conversation. Much of that conversation is superficial, confused, and misinformed. Some of these mistakes even cropped up in the Court’s recent oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson …

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