August 03, 2022
The US state of Kansas – which is largely represented by Republicans in Congress but which has a Democratic Governor – has decided in a referendum to protect abortion access, in what could be seen as a rebuff of the Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs. Although several states have moved to restrict abortion access since
June 29, 2022
The Dobbs decision is a major step in fumigating the lawlessness of Roe v. Wade, writes Ken Craycraft
June 28, 2022
Men need to step up in the post-Roe world, says Laura Perrins
June 27, 2022
The decision by the US Supreme Court to rule there is no constitutional right to abortion, turning the decision over to the country’s 50 states instead, will send shockwaves throughout the US and wider Catholic world – both of which appear divided on the issue. Six of the nine Supreme Court Justices are declared Catholics,
October 27, 2020
The appointment of Justice Amy Coney Barrett is almost certain to have significant consequences in the long term, for the direction of the Court. It could also lead to short-term repercussions on election day.
September 26, 2020
The stage is now set for a major battle, both in the Senate and in public opinion.
September 20, 2020
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday at the age of 87. The second woman ever to be nominated to the US Supreme Court, Ginsburg dedicated her life and career to securing the equal treatment of women before the law and in society, concerns that informed her work on the bench. She was also a staunch defender
July 01, 2015
The Supreme Court has temporarily blocked Texas from enforcing new requirements on abortion clinics
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