Will the Supreme Court Hold Google Accountable?

Will the Supreme Court Hold Google Accountable?

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a new case, Gonzales v. Google, seeking to hold Google and its subsidiary, YouTube, legally responsible for injuries to victims of terrorism promoted on their sites. This case has implications far beyond terrorism, potentially making these companies responsible whenever their web search algorithms steer viewers to dangerous content. …

Can States be Forced to Allow Chemical Abortions?

Can States be Forced to Allow Chemical Abortions?

The Supreme Court has overruled Roe v. Wade, holding that each state should decide its own abortion law, but there is a new battle looming over whether that extends to chemical abortions. This is no small issue when more than half of all abortions in the United States are carried out using a drug called…

Attempted Assassination of Catholic Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh

Attempted Assassination of Catholic Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh

culled from NRLNews and other sources—The attempted Assassination of a Supreme Court justice barely causes a ripple in media coverage, but it’s a huge story! “The New York Times buried news of a foiled assassination plot against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, placing its only article on the incident on page A20 of Thursday’s edition…

Out of Control Government Agencies, Will the Court Help?

Out of Control Government Agencies, Will the Court Help?

Government agencies, run by thousands of unelected, unaccountable and mostly unreachable bureaucrats, increasingly affect nearly every aspect of American life. We are forced to comply with burdensome IRS requirements. Businesses struggle under onerous EPA rules. Most recently, we’ve seen heavy-handed vaccine mandates imposed by OSHA and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS.) And…

New Supreme Court Justice- The Court is not “The Little Congress”

New Supreme Court Justice- The Court is not “The Little Congress”

President Biden has vowed to appoint a black woman to the Supreme Court in order to achieve more diversity among the Justices. He wants the Court to represent all Americans, and of course he wants a Justice who will be open to his political agenda. While there is certainly nothing wrong with diversity, the Supreme Court…

Justice Thomas’ Simple Question Exposes Pro-Abortion Lawyers’ Weak Argument

Justice Thomas’ Simple Question Exposes Pro-Abortion Lawyers’ Weak Argument

Western Journal—The Supreme Court heard the oral arguments Wednesday in Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization. This case has the potential to overturn the Court’s precedential cases Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which say that women have the right to abort their babies up to about 24 weeks of pregnancy. Mississippi law…

Government Vaccine Mandates versus the Right to Privacy

Government Vaccine Mandates versus the Right to Privacy

I never thought I would say this, but maybe Roe v. Wade got just one thing right. After all, even the biggest lies generally contain just a grain of truth to make the lie seem more plausible. Roe was decided in 1973 based on an implied “right to privacy” under the U.S. Constitution that cannot…

Abortion doctor sued under Texas abortion law, but two men filing the lawsuits under strange circumstances

Abortion doctor sued under Texas abortion law, but two men filing the lawsuits under strange circumstances

CNA—A Texas abortion doctor who said he performed an abortion in violation of a new state law was sued Monday by two non-Texas residents, in what appears to be the first legal action taken since the law took effect this month. A Texas pro-life group has criticized the lawsuits, however, calling them “imprudent” and “self-serving.”…

End the Morally and Constitutionally Indefensible: Roe Must Go

End the Morally and Constitutionally Indefensible: Roe Must Go

First Things—Lynn Fitch, the attorney general of Mississippi, faces the most consequential litigation decision of the last 50 years: whether to ask the Supreme Court to reverse Roe v. Wade, the 1973 case that created a right to elective abortion, striking down abortion prohibitions that had long been in place in the states. She should…

Is Roe v. Wade on a Collision Course in the Supreme Court? 

Is Roe v. Wade on a Collision Course in the Supreme Court? 

Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor famously stated in 1983 that  Roe v. Wade is “on a collision course with itself” considering ongoing advances in medical science. Roe contains the seeds of its own destruction since the Court’s basic premise, that abortions should be allowed before the baby is “viable” outside the womb, disintegrates over…

Court-packing: What is it? Why is it Unconstitutional?  Historical attempts, and What is Happening Today…

Court-packing: What is it? Why is it Unconstitutional? Historical attempts, and What is Happening Today…

A group of Democratic lawmakers has launched an effort to let President Biden appoint four new Justices to the Supreme Court. Their stated purpose is to change the balance on the Court so that it will approve the Democrats’ liberal policies. This is a highly questionably and likely unconstitutional practice known as “court-packing.” President Biden…

Victory for Religious Freedom in New York

Victory for Religious Freedom in New York

(January 8, 2021 – New York, New York) Religious freedom received validation this week from the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in the case of two Catholic priests, two Catholic school students, and four Orthodox Jewish individuals who are suing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Thomas More Society attorneys are representing…

Supreme Court, with Barrett, hears Affordable Care Act case

Supreme Court, with Barrett, hears Affordable Care Act case

CNA—The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Tuesday in the latest legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act. How the court might decide the case was a crucial part of Democratic opposition to the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the court last month. In the cases of California v. Texas and Texas v. California,…

Who is Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett?

Who is Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett?

CNA—Following the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on September 18, speculation on who President Donald Trump will nominate to replace the Justice has focused on Judge Amy Coney Barrett, who currently serves on the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.    Who is Amy Coney Barrett? Barrett first…

Louisiana abortion law’s author denounces Supreme Court decision

Louisiana abortion law’s author denounces Supreme Court decision

CNA—Lawmakers, legal scholars, and pro-life leaders all criticized a Supreme Court ruling on Monday that overturned state safety regulations for abortion clinics in Louisiana. State Sen. Katrina Jackson (D), who authored the bipartisan Louisiana law requiring that abortion clinics be held to the same standards as surgical centers, said she was “disappointed” that the court…

Supreme Court Upholds Kentucky Law Requiring Doctors to Perform Ultrasounds Before Abortions

Supreme Court Upholds Kentucky Law Requiring Doctors to Perform Ultrasounds Before Abortions

As reported in TIME magazine, AP—The Supreme Court on Monday left in place a Kentucky law requiring doctors to perform ultrasounds and show fetal images to patients before abortions. The justices did not comment in refusing to review an appeals court ruling that upheld the law. The American Civil Liberties Union had challenged the law…

Louisiana says abortion clinic is hiding criminal evidence

Louisiana says abortion clinic is hiding criminal evidence

CNA—The Louisiana Department of Justice is asking an appeals court to unseal documents from abortion provider June Medical Services (Hope Medical Group) in order to report evidence of criminal and professional misconduct against a staff member of the group that the department says was hidden from the Supreme Court. Attorneys for the Louisiana Department of…

Ohio Passes Heartbeat Bill: New Law Bans Abortion from the Moment a Heartbeat can be Detected

Ohio Passes Heartbeat Bill: New Law Bans Abortion from the Moment a Heartbeat can be Detected

Last Thursday, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed the Human Rights and Heartbeat Protection Act (S.B. 23) into law. The new law prohibits doctors from performing an abortion if a heartbeat can be detected, except in cases to save the life of the mother or to prevent the “substantial and irreversible impairment of a major bodily…

Heartbeat Bills Gaining Momentum, Could They Prompt Overturn Roe vs Wade?

Heartbeat Bills Gaining Momentum, Could They Prompt Overturn Roe vs Wade?

With a new conservative majority on the Supreme Court, several states this year have seized on the opportunity to advance pro-life legislation aiming to overturn Roe v. Wade. One type of pro-life legislation in particular is increasingly gaining momentum on the state level—heartbeat bills which ban abortion from the moment an unborn child’s heartbeat can…

U.S. Supreme Court rejects appeal of Tennessee pro-life amendment

U.S. Supreme Court rejects appeal of Tennessee pro-life amendment

Washington D.C. (CNA)—The United States Supreme Court will not hear a challenge to a pro-life amendment to the Tennessee state constitution. Amendment 1 categorically excludes abortion rights from the state’s constitution. The Supreme Court declined to admit an appeal on the matter in a decision released on Oct.1, the first day of the court’s new…