Justice Alito’s masterful draft opinion calling for Roe’s overturning is worth a second and third reading

By Dave Andrusko No surprise that the Abortion Industry is trying to argue that if Roe v. Wade is overturned, other privacy rights will be lost as well. However, this was specifically addressed in Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, which was leaked to Politico. First, the reason why “Roe …

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Rasmussen: 77% erroneously think overturning Roe would make abortion illegal everywhere

By Cassy Fiano-Chesser  With the Supreme Court seemingly set to overturn Roe v. Wade, many abortion supporters are scared and angry. Protests and marches are being held across the country. Pollster Scott Rasmussen explained in an article for the Federalist what recent polling on Roe v. Wade means — and illustrates the difference knowledge makes. The …

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Pro-abortionists offer “implausible parade of horribles” if Roe overturned.

By Dave Andrusko The pro-abortion response to Justice Samuel Alito’s opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women Health, leaked on May 2nd to Politico, is the classic example of misdirection. Not only is his draft opinion  said to “constitute an acidic and unflinching repudiation of reproductive rights,” Justice Alito is also criticized for having “cherry-picked from …

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What critics of Justice Alito’s leaked opinion miss

By Dave Andrusko  Like most of you, I’ve read a fair amount of the gazillion criticisms of Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion which call for Roe and Casey to be overturned. Predictably, for the most part, they are more speed than altitude, more heat than light. But Jonathan Capehart’s “The other scary thing about Alito’s …

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With Roe v. Wade in the balance, Supreme Court announces next round of rulings coming Monday

Samuel Alito’s opinion overturning Roe is reportedly still the only draft that has been circulated among the justices. By Calvin Freiburger WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Supreme Court is slated to release an unspecified number of rulings this coming Monday, May 16, though it is unknown whether a long-awaited ruling on the notorious abortion precedent Roe …

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‘I told you so’ – the dissenters in Roe predicted its collapse 

Dissents written by Justice Byron White and Justice William Rehnquist sound perfectly contemporary  By Michael Cook  Much of the fiery commentary on the leak of a draft opinion on Roe v. Wade last week contended that the Court had embarked on a radical path which ignores the lived reality of five decades of abortion rights. …

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Noonan: Abortion has released a kind of poison into the air

By Dave Andrusko Peggy Noonan’s “The End of Roe v. Wade Will Be Good for America” preliminarily assumes that the leaked first draft of Justice Samuel Alito’s opinion on Mississippi‘s abortion law is what the final version will essentially look like: Roe (and Casey) are overturned!  As many have pointed out, that may or may …

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Will Supreme Court empower lawmakers to protect weakest and most vulnerable?

By Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) The leak of Justice Alito’s February draft opinion on Dobbs is an egregious abuse of process and trust.  That said, the U.S. Supreme Court seems poised to take a powerful step towards empowering elected representatives to protect the weakest and most vulnerable. We are at the tipping point. A new …

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What is the explanation for people not wishing to overturn Roe and yet wanting many limitations on abortion?

By Dave Andrusko The fallout from the leaked first draft of a Supreme Court opinion on abortion has seen reporters plowing territory they should have tilled years ago. But, as they say, better late than never! Reporters are discovering Pregnancy Help Centers, for example, or (more occasionally) how diverse our Movement has grown to be …

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Wall Street Journal lays out the wisdom of returning the abortion issue to the states

By Dave Andrusko We are roughly two months away from a Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The excitement is palpable: What will the justices do with the Mississippi law prohibiting abortion after the 15th week?  We have published dozens of stories on the Gestational Age Act and will continue doing …

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