Entries Tagged ‘Constitutional’

BREAKING: IL Supreme Court upholds 18-yr-old parental notification law

breakingToday, in a unanimous ruling, the Illinois Supreme Court issued a decision to uphold a parental notification law enacted way back in 1995.

This is FABULOUS news, since Illinois has become known as the abortion dumping ground of the Midwest – the only state without any parental involvement law in force, while all surrounding states have such measures.

Thomas More Society, the pro-life legal team based in Illinois that has been pushing enforcement of this law, has posted a synopsis of this incredibly drawn out court battle.

Liberal logic: Founding Fathers – anti-gun but pro-abortion?

Abortion; death of the most innocent. A total of 827,609 abortions were reported to CDC for 2007. In 2008, approximately 1.21 million abortions took place in the U.S. No current data is available. Or, bluntly – 3,325 every day of the year in 2008, meaning 139 innocent lives every hour. Or, 5.3 Newtown catastrophes every […]

Pro-life blog buzz 10-9-12

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN and Kelli

We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com.

  • Newly added to our Top Sites, Cradle My Heart, a website and radio program dedicated to post-abortion healing, features a podcast interview with our own Jill Stanek. Jill describes her introduction to the horror of live birth abortions, what she learned as a result of that incident, and how it changed the course of her life. Please share with people who are still unaware of this issue and how Jill came to have personal firsthand knowledge of Barack Obama’s position and votes against the Born Alive Infants Protection Act.

New Arizona anti-abortion law flouts 40 years of precedent

For almost 40 years, the law has been that you cannot ban previability abortions, and that’s exactly what Arizona did. ~ ACLU attorney Alexa Kolbi-Molinas, on a new Arizona law set to take affect Thursday that will ban abortions past 18 weeks gestation (counted as 20 weeks of pregnancy) except to save the life of […]

Supreme Court decision on Obamacare mandate

UPDATE 9:22a: philipklein tweet: “SCOTUS: ‘The Medicaid expansion thus violates the Constitution’– says states have choice on participating in expansion.'” SCOTUSblog tweet: “Expansion of Medicaid is constitutional (key), but States can’t be stripped of funds for not complying with expansion provisions.”

UPDATE 9:17a: The individual mandate will become a tax. Taxpayers will still be forced to pay for abortions. SCOTUSblog tweet: “From the Court: The mandate max [may?] be regarded as a tax. ‘That is sufficient to sustain it.'” philipaklein tweeet: “SCOTUS: Mandate ‘may reasonably be characterized as a tax.’ It survives.”

Stanek Sunday funny 2-6-11

Here was my favorite political cartoon this week, by Steve Kelley at Townhall.com. It reminded me of the time Obama said the Born Alive Infants Protection Act would be found unconstitutional (page 86). Then  there’s Obama’s equally adept legal scholar wife who declared in 2004 that partial birth abortion was “clearly constitutional.” But I digress….

Four reasons why I like the Mt. Vernon Statement

Background on the Time, February 17…

  

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