Month: March 2020

SPECIAL MESSAGE ABOUT COVID-19 AND ADVANCE HEALTH CARE DIRECTIVES

How many times have we thought – or heard someone say: “I don’t want to be kept alive by a machine.” As COVID-19 spreads around the globe, the public is learning about the importance of mechanical ventilators in providing temporary breathing support for many of those infected.  Ventilators are saving lives! A false understanding of …

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A new form of hacking: Pro-abort aggressively coughs on Life Legal VP

Life Legal’s VP of Operations Mary Riley went to her local Planned Parenthood this morning to pray for babies scheduled to be aborted. Yes, even in the midst of a pandemic, PP has deemed abortion an “essential” service and is welcoming clients with open—and possibly COVID-19 infected—arms. As Mary prayed for women going into the …

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Coronavirus: Protecting yourself and your loved ones

As our nation takes unprecedented steps to try to stave off a widespread outbreak of coronavirus, we want to give you some information about the virus as well as suggestions to protect yourself and your loved ones. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is urging us to practice social distancing. This entails avoiding crowds of …

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Inside the Supreme Court…Liberal Justices ignore key legal issues in abortion case

As dawn was breaking on March 4, pro-life advocates and abortion supporters were already gathering outside the United States Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C., where the justices would be hearing argument in June Medical Services v. Russo, a challenge to a Louisiana law requiring abortion providers to have hospital admitting privileges. Lawyers from both …

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Is There a Doctrine in the House?

The second question before the Court June Medical Services v. Russo “Nebulous.” “Unworkable.” “Confusing.” “Contentless.” “A travesty.” “Vague.” “Opaque.” “Haphazard” “Characterized by Delphic confusion and protean change.”* These are some of the adjectives used by 20 Attorneys General, 207 members of Congress, and dozens of others to describe the current state of abortion jurisprudence. The Supreme …

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