‘Dobbs’ Contradictions and Fictions

Pro-Life This Week – December 3, 2021

Week in Review – The disappointing SCOTUS oral arguments on abortion      The long-awaited arguments at the Supreme Court in the Dobbs case took place this week. The Dobbs case concerns a Mississippi law that would halt most abortions after the preborn child reaches a gestational age of 15 weeks. Previous decisions by the Supreme Court […]

Pro-Life This Week – November 19, 2021

Week in Review – The disappointing document from the US bishops      [Before discussing the document, we ask for prayers for a special pro-lifer. As the early church prayed for Peter (ACTS: 12.5), we ask you to pray today for Bill in Oregon and his family. Bill is a pro-life hero who has suffered—and is still […]

Pro-Life This Week – November 12, 2021

Week in Review – Attacks in Congress on preborn and teens in schools      The rules concerning the distribution of the abortion pill (mifepristone) regimen so women can do at-home abortions continue on the path to wanton destruction of millions of human beings before birth. The original rules called for in-person dispensing, among other requirements, to improve […]

Pro-Life This Week – November 5, 2021

Week in Review – RIP Paul A. Brown, SCOTUS and Texas law, Virginia Elections      First:  We are saddened to bring you the news that Paul A. Brown, pro-life political activist, co-founder of American Life League, and husband of our president, Judie Brown, died yesterday, November 4, at his home surrounded by family. Please pray for […]

Pro-Life This Week – October 29, 2021

Week in Review – November 1—SCOTUS surprise     In a totally surprising move last Friday, the US Supreme Court scheduled oral arguments in two cases involving the Texas Heartbeat law. The court has “fast-tracked” two Texas cases involving the state’s regulation of abortion. In doing so, SCOTUS also refused to halt the Heartbeat law from being enforced—so the […]

Pro-Life This Week – October 22, 2021

Week in Review – Senate Democrats are trying to pass pro-abortion legislation    There is a growing feeling of urgency in the US Senate this week, as Congress has less than six weeks to pass Fiscal Year 2022 funding bills before the December 3 deadline. As reported by the SBA List, this week Senate Appropriations Chairman […]