Roe v Wade

Life or death: Pro-life and pro-abortion arguments in the Dobbs case

By David Bjornstrom — On December 1, the Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments in Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health, which will necessitate a revisiting of some of the Court’s most notorious abortion decisions. The stakes are high, with more than 170 legal briefs already filed by both pro-life and pro-abortion groups. So what exactly is each side arguing in the Dobbs case?

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Is Roe v Wade on a Collision Course?

By David Bjornstrom — The U.S. Supreme Court’s viability standard in Roe v Wade and Planned Parenthood v Casey will be tested this fall in the Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization case. The Dobbs case involves a Mississippi law banning most abortions after 15 weeks. While the case does not go far enough, in that it still allows abortions at all, it highlights the absurdity of the Court’s viability standard.

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Abortion Is Unconstitutional and Not a State Issue

By David Bjornstrom — We concede too much in assuming that, if Roe vs. Wade is overturned, the individual states should decide whether or not to outlaw abortion. If unborn babies are “persons,” as modern science shows, the 14th Amendment outlaws abortion, since abortion deprives a class of persons of their life without due process of law and without equal protection. It is time to reclaim the 14th Amendment for the unborn.

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Before Roe, personhood had a solid legal foundation

By Daniel Gump — The budding science of embryology and the growing underground abortion industry helped form America’s first state-level criminal abortion laws in the early 1800s. But it was the American Medical Association, an educational campaign, and the Fourteenth Amendment that helped declare the personhood of pre-born children in the laws of 21 states and mark abortion as “a crime against persons.”

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“Hawley Test” sets bar for Supreme Court and the pro-life movement

By AJ Dominque III — Missouri Senator Josh Hawley has set the bar that should be adopted for all Supreme Court justice nominees moving forward, and for all strategies to end legalized abortion at the federal, state, and local levels.

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In the wake of June Medical v. Russo: A new strategy

By Matt Sande — The future of abortion jurisprudence in America is looking bleak for the foreseeable future. The pro-life strategy of placing statutory regulations on the abortion industry in hopes of prompting a Roe reversal appears to have reached its limit.

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The June Medical v. Russo distraction

By Sarah Quale — As if there wasn’t enough injustice to go around right now, the US Supreme Court just handed conservatives another loss, as it struck down Louisiana’s hospital admitting privileges law in June Medical Services, LLC v. Russo. But as leaders in the pro-life movement express their anger and frustration at the court’s decision today, those of us on the ground need to stop and consider what we sought from this decision in the first place and whether the path that we’re on is a viable one.

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ACLU lawsuit shows wisdom in personhood’s alternative approach to sanctuary cities

By Sarah Quale — The pro-life sanctuary city movement in America includes multiple factions using different strategies to achieve the same goal—to protect pre-born children from abortion in our own communities, while exerting the constitutional right to self-governance by defying the unjust ruling of Roe v. Wade. However, a recent ACLU lawsuit against seven sanctuary cities in Texas is exposing the vulnerabilities in Texas’s strategy and showing the effectiveness of an alternative approach.

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Can a woman be prosecuted for aborting her child?

By guest author Daniel Gump — After frequent and inflammatory rhetoric surrounding fetal heartbeat legislation that claimed women could be prosecuted for abortion, and even miscarriage, it became clear that research into maternal liability was needed. Can a woman actually be prosecuted for aborting her child? What do our current federal and state-level abortion laws say, and what about the courts? The answers might surprise you.

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The town that started the Civil War

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. — In the 1850s, Christians in Oberlin, Ohio, were motivated by the fear of God’s just judgment to defy the federal government and refuse to cooperate with the unjust Fugitive Slave Act. Their courageous actions couldn’t be more timely for pro-life Christians, as we witness the crumbling of our country’s moral foundation after multiple decades of judicially-mandated relativism.

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What really happened in the blocking of Alabama’s abortion law?

By Sarah Quale — U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson’s decision to block Alabama’s abortion law was the last in a series of court injunctions that stopped all state-level first-trimester abortion restrictions passed in the last year. These injunctions were expected as part of a larger pro-life strategy to put an end to Roe. But if that is the goal, why did the Alabama attorney general argue in support of the central holdings of Roe?

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