Challenge to Roe v. Wade Heard At Supreme Court

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health concerning Mississippi’s ban on abortions after 15 weeks.

Roe v. Wade, and later Planned Parenthood v. Casey, banned abortion only after about 24 weeks.

One issue before the court is when is the viability of the baby to feel pain.

“Does a mother have a right to ingest drugs and harm a pre-viable baby? Can the state bring child neglect charges against the mother?”

Clarence Thomas, Supreme Court Justice in rare opening question

Norma McCorvey, the plaintiff “Jane Roe” in Roe v. Wade, was a lesbian who didn’t have an abortion, although her unborn baby at the time was used by pro-abortion activists to legalize abortion

McCorvey chose not to abort, saying it was “not part of who I was,” but near her death in 2017, she stated “If a young woman wants to have an abortion, that’s no skin off my ass.” There are allegations she played both sides of the issue, depending on who was paying.

If Roe v. Wade gets overturned, pre-Roe abortion bans would go into effect in nine states with 12 more states most likely to automatically follow.

Most rulings by the Supreme Court happen 14-16 weeks after oral arguments.

Graphic courtesy Americord Blood


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Disney Threatened Georgia Boycott If Unable to Abort Baby With Heartbeat, Then Films ‘Mulan’ Where One Million In Reeducation Camps

One year after threatening to boycott filming in the state of Georgia over its contested law prohibiting an abortion if doctors detect a baby’s heartbeat, Disney has filmed Mulan in the Chinese region where one million Muslim Uighurs are being held in reeducation internment camps.

The Mulan release led to a 68% increase in Disney+ app downloads.

What if a Baby Yoda was threatened with abortion? However, Disney made sure to thank the Chinese Communist Party’s propaganda department in Mulan’s end credits.

See more toons from the talented Rebel Pepper.

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The Democrats’ Holy Grail

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made certain she was on hand to question the lawyer for the Little Sisters of the Poor this week. Democrats want to force them to provide coverage with free contraceptives and an abortifacient. Read more at | The oral arguments transcript at

Is Ella Considered Abortion?

The FDA under Obamacare considers Ulipristal Acetate (nicknamed “Ella” to make it seem less murderous) to be a contraceptive. Congressional testimony by Jane Belford of the Archdiocese of Washington described it as “being able to disrupt an already implanted pregnancy by blocking progesterone. This effect, confirmed in various animal studies, would be an abortion by anyone’s definition.” Read more at The Washington Examiner.

Illustration courtesy the talented Pat Cross.

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Is a 10th Circle Needed?

Virginia Governor (D) Ralph Northam on new late term abortion bill proposal: “The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother.”

Virginia taxpayers pay for abortions (

Jan. 22, 2019: New York legislature votes to legalize abortion up to birth, let non-doctors commit abortions (

Excellent infographic (above) from Lapham’s Quarterly

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