Today we give thanks to God for the wisdom and courage of U.S Supreme Court Justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett for holding that the “Constitution does not confer a right to abortion; Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey are overruled; [and] the authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives.”
Posted in Sanctity of Life
Tagged Amy Coney Barrett, Antonin Scalia, Bill of Rights, Brett Kavanaugh, Casey v. Planned Parenthood, Clarence Thomas, Dobbs v. the Jackson, Due Process Clause, Griswold v Connecticut, Hugo Black., Jane’s Revenge, Lawrence v. Texas, Neil Gorsuch, Obergefell v. Hodges, Robert Bork, Roe v. Wade, Samuel Alito, SCOTUS
January 22, 1973 – This is a horrible date that we should all know -- the day the horrific decision, Roe v. Wade, was issued and announced. Almost 50 years later and over 63 million lives taken, this drastic decision could finally be overturned.
Posted in Faith, Sanctity of Life
Tagged Amy Coney Barrett, Andy Ngô, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, Elena Kagan, Jane’s Revenge, John Roberts, Neil Gorsuch, Planned Parenthood v. Casey, Roe v. Wade, Samuel Alito, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer
Following the unprecedented leak of the entire U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion on the controversial abortion case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, morally and emotionally unhinged, pro-human slaughter women and their collaborators became apoplectic. Next, U.S. Senate leftists terrified at the possibility that diverse citizens in diverse states will pass diverse laws to protect prenatal humans began clamoring for the elimination of the filibuster, so they—Senate leftists—can codify human slaughter in federal law. So much for diversity and federalism.
The self-identifying Catholic Joe Biden said, “If the Court does overturn Roe, it will fall on our nation’s elected officials …
Posted in Sanctity of Life
Tagged Amy Coney Barrett, Amy Klobuchar, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, Donald J. Trump, Ethics and Public Policy Center, Francis Beckwith, Gavin Newsom, Joe Biden, John Roberts, Lacie Wooten-Holway, Maga crowd, Nathanael Blake, Neil Gorsuch, Rasmussen polling, Roe v. Wade, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Samuel Alito, Women’s Health Protection Act
It’s astonishing that America’s first freedom—the most fundamental of all constitutionally protected rights—is threatened by cross-dressers and others in bondage to disorders related to sexuality. That which has made America great—a beacon of light to oppressed peoples around the world—is being dismantled by those devoted to sexual libertinism. The manifold deleterious effects of the rejection of biblical truth from the public square is transforming America into a place unfit for children, families, or a free and flourishing people. While political “leaders,” including GOP “leaders” cower in their corners if men in dresses look at them cross-eyed, those men in dresses …
We recently read a great little sermon illustration in which a young boy asked his father, “Dad, I was watching a TV show about marine biologists. Why do scuba-divers jump backwards into the water?” His father wittily responded, “Because if they jumped forward, they'd still be in the boat!”
Posted in Faith
Tagged 40 Days for Life, Abortion, Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, Ceasar LeFlore, Clarence Thomas, Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Elena Kagan, Health Care Rights of Conscience Act, IFI Prayer Team, Illinois Parental Notice Act, John Roberts, Neil Gorsuch, Qualified Immunity, Rescuing Our Children, Samuel Alito, SCOTUS, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, U.S. Supreme Court
The U.S. Supreme Court in Hosanna-Tabor (2012) and Our Lady of Guadalupe (2020) embraced what Justice Samuel Alito described as the “so-called ministerial exception,” a doctrine that exempts religious organizations from discrimination laws when dealing with certain employees. Why “so-called”? Because the exemption covers more than just ministers or the top officials of a religious organization. But whom else? Certainly some teachers in church elementary schools, as the U.S. Supreme Court held in both of those cases.
A nationwide group of state legislators and attorneys have crafted an amicus (friend of the court) legal brief in support of the State of Mississippi in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, seeking to overturn the unlawful Roe v. Wade decision.
Posted in Sanctity of Life
Tagged Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, Elena Kagan, John Roberts, Neil Gorsuch, Roe v. Wad, Samuel Alito, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, U.S. Supreme Court
Proponents of court-packing argue that adding more judges to our nation’s judiciary is the magical solution to urgent problems, and even paint the picture that doing so is an act of goodwill. But far from being a necessity, court-packing is a brazen power-grab by one political party to fix the number of U.S. Supreme Court justices or federal judges to get the political results they want.
Posted in Federal
Tagged Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, Joe Biden, Joe Manchin, John Roberts, Jon Ossoff, Lindsey Graham, Neil Gorsuch, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Ted Cruz, U.S. Supreme Court
Remember when homosexual activists lied with straight faces saying what they do in the privacy of their own bedrooms affects no one and, therefore, is no one’s business? And here we are today with the government recognizing non-marital unions as marriages, shameful parades polluting our streets, drag queens reading stories to toddlers in public libraries, a 4,000 percent increase in adolescent girls suddenly deciding they’re boys, and schools requiring faculty to use incorrect pronouns when referring to students who seek to pass as the sex they aren’t.
An NBC News article titled, “Biden administration on track to be most LGBTQ-inclusive …
Posted in Religious Liberty, Sexuality
Tagged Barack Obama, Barron Trump, Carlos Elizondo, Chai Feldblum, Chris Johnson, Dave Noble, Donald J. Trump, Equality Act, Human Rights Campaign, Jeremy Bernard, Joe Biden, Karine Jean-Pierre, LGBTQ, Neil Gorsuch, Pamela S. Karlan, Pete Buttigieg, Pili Tobar, religious free exercise, Rufus Gifford, Shawn Skelly, The Washington Blade
The U.S. Supreme Court fall term begins this month, and, as of now, it does not appear to be as action-packed for religious liberty as this past term. However, at least one important case is in the hopper, and several are in the pipeline. And, of course, all is overshadowed by the presumed replacement of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
Posted in Uncategorized
Tagged Amy Coney Barrett, Arlene’s Flowers, Bostock v. Clayton County, Christian Legal Society v. Martinez, Fulton v. Philadelphia, Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, Masterpiece Cakeshop, Neil Gorsuch, Patients for Privacy v. Barr, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, SOGI
One of the most effective ways that Marxists advance their agenda is to change how we talk about things. When clever rewordings replace the truth, it’s easier to fool people. For example, the Washington Post this past week said a transgender plaintiff “was designated female at birth, but identifies as male.”
In the blink of an eye, a biological fact – that someone was born a girl – is brushed aside and replaced with a term that implies that male or female sex is assigned, not a natural phenomenon.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch, Sexuality
Tagged Arthur Ashe, Barack Obama, Bathroom Wars, Black Lives Matter, Civil Right Act of 1964, Cultural Marxism, Donald Trump, Frederick Douglass, Gavin Grimm, gender identity, Karl Marx, Neil Gorsuch, sexual orientation, transgenderism, Washington Post
(Im)moderate Republicans, Libertarian-leaning Republicans, Republicans with dollar signs rather than Scripture reflected in their myopic eyes have been pushing conservatives toward the end of the short pier, hoping that either spines will crumble or conservatives will tumble into the dark waters. Supremacist Court Justice/lawmaker Neil-the-Usurper-Gorsuch just gave conservatives a huge shove toward the watery abyss.
Posted in Religious Liberty, Sexuality
Tagged Brandon Straka, Christians, Chuck Grassley, Civil Rights Act, Dave Rubin, Deb Fischer, democratic, Guy Benson, homosexuals, LGBTQ, Matt Gaetz, Milo Yiannopoulos, Neil Gorsuch, Republicans, Rob Portman, SCOTUS, Scripture
I and others have been shouting from our virtual rooftops for over a decade that there is no greater threat to First Amendment protections than that posed by the subversive “LGBTQ” movement. Can conservatives not yet see the end of the short pier toward which GOP leaders have long been pushing them? Really? (Im)moderate Republicans, Libertarian-leaning Republicans, Republicans with dollar signs rather than Scripture reflected in their myopic eyes have been pushing conservatives toward the end of the short pier, hoping that either spines will crumble or conservatives will tumble into the dark waters. Supremacist Court Justice/lawmaker Neil-the-Usurper-Gorsuch just gave …
In a blistering must-see address on the U.S. Senate floor, Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO), the youngest member of the U.S. Senate, condemned Justice Neil Gorsuch’s opinion in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia. Writing for the Majority, Gorsuch essentially legislated from the bench, changing duly passed federal law with far-reaching and destructive consequences for all Americans, especially religious Americans.
Posted in Federal, Religious Liberty
Tagged Antonin Scalia, Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, Josh Hawley, Judicial Activism, Neil Gorsuch, Originalism, SCOTUS, textualism, U.S. Senate
In a shocking U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) decision, Justice Neil Gorsuch voted with the axis of evil—that is, with Chief Justice John Roberts, and Justices Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elena Kagan, and Sonia Sotomayor. In Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, the axis of evil decided that in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the word “sex” includes “sexual orientation” and “gender identity”—both subjectively constituted conditions. As a result, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination in employment based on “race, color, religion, sex, and national origin,” now prohibits …
Posted in Federal, Sexuality
Tagged Bostock v. Clayton County, Brett Kavanaugh, Civil Rights Act, Clarence Thomas, Elena Kagan, Gay, Georgia, J.K. Rowling, Jack Phillips, John Roberts, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, Neil Gorsuch, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Samuel Alito, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, transgender