Tag: US Supreme Court

Action Alert – A Senate Vote on the Misnamed “Respect for Marriage Act” is Planned This Week

Democrats want to codify the US Supreme Court Obergefell decision which forced so-called same-sex marriage on the nation. Passage of HR 8404, the misnamed “Respect for Marriage Act”, would impact thousands of federal laws and place Christian business owners who adhere to the Biblical definition of marriage as only between one man and one woman in the crosshairs of homosexual activists. Christian bakers, florists, videographers, web designers, etc., etc. have already been hauled off into court for adhering to their religious views.

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Action Alert – The US Senate Is Back in Session Today and . . .

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is determined to bring the misnamed “Respect for Marriage Act” forward for a vote, but he needs ten Republicans to join all the Democrats in order to bring it forward for a full floor vote. Remember it passed the US House with 47 Republicans voting for it!! Sadly, the GOP seems less inclined to support natural marriage than they were in 2015 when the US Supreme Court forced so-called same-sex marriage on all 50 states.

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Podcast – What Does Repealing the Defense of Marriage Act Mean? Guest: Robert Knight

In 1996 the Defense of Marriage Act passed with veto-proof majorities in both the US House and US Senate. President Bill Clinton, although he called it “divisive and unnecessary”, signed the bill into law. It defines marriage for federal purposes as the union of one man and one woman, and allows states to refuse to recognize same-sex marriages granted under the laws of other states. Of course, the 2013 Supreme Court decision in United States vs. Windsor weakened it and, then, the June 2015 Supreme Court Obergefell decision finished the job. In 2015 the US was only one of 23 countries out of 195 that redefined marriage. But the Democrats want more.

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Action Alert – Left Reacts to Justice Clarence Thomas’ Words Concerning Same-Sex Marriage Case

The Left is happy when the Supreme Court hands down decisions they like, but react strongly to opinions they don’t like! The Supreme Court’s June 24th opinion throwing out Roe and Casey has the Democrats on high alert, especially when Justice Thomas’ opinion mentioned the need for the Court to revisit the Court’s substantive due process precedents including the Obergefell decision which forced so-called same-sex marriage on all 50 states. Now the US House and US Senate have introduced bills to overturn the federal Defense of Marriage Act.

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Podcast – Supreme Court Throws Out Roe, What Does it Mean? Guest: Phillip Jauregui

The year 1973 was a terrible year for a baby in his or her mother’s womb. The US Supreme Court decided that a baby’s life was worthless and, in one fell swoop, took away the rights of states to ban abortion. On January 22, 1973 the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in Roe v. Wade, finding that a “right of privacy” it had earlier discovered was “broad enough to encompass” a right to abortion and adopting a trimester scheme of pregnancy. The 1982 Pennsylvania Abortion Control Act challenged abortion. But a little after 10:15 a.m. on Friday, June 24, 2022 everything changed

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Action Alert – Tell Senators Casey and Toomey to Vote ‘No’ on Ketanji Brown Jackson.

The Senate Judiciary Committee tied 11 to 11 in the attempt to vote Brown Jackson out of committee. A little after 6:00 p.m. on April 4th the Senate voted 53 to 47 on a Motion to Discharge Jackson to bring her nomination before the full Senate for a vote. Republicans Susan Collins (R-ME), Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), and Mitt Romney (R-UT) voted with all the Democrats.

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News Release: US Supreme Court Chooses to Save Babies in the Womb

In a split decision, the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) refused to block the Texas heartbeat bill, which prohibits abortions after a baby’s heartbeat can be detected.  The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide advocacy organization, applauds the decision in protecting babies in the womb.  Unfortunately, the country once again saw “conservative” Chief Justice John Roberts side with the liberal justices in their dissent.

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Podcast – SCOTUS’ Tragic Decision Not to Hear Election Cases; Guest – Phillip Jauregui

We here in PA held much hope that the US Supreme Court would hear the election cases that had been appealed to the higher court, but our hopes were dashed on February 22nd. George Washington’s birthday — he must be rolling over in his grave!! Basically, the majority on the US Supreme Court gave a green light to any PA governor or Secretary of the Commonwealth to reinterpret the law anyway they wish. This sends a terrible message to all PA voters who expect a fair election.

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News Release – US Supreme Court Once Again Sidesteps the Issues with the PA November 2020 Election

The US Supreme Court, like other courts across the battleground states, has again refused to look at the evidence of potential election fraud and unconstitutional actions. Specifically, they have refused to look at the constitutionality of no-excuse mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania, which was allowed under Act 77. The plain text of the PA Constitution (Article 7, Section 14 (a) clearly provides for absentee ballots being made available if the voter requesting the ballot has a specific reason he or she cannot go in person to vote. Other lawsuits that were dismissed were challenging the three-day extension for receiving mail-in ballots and the PA Supreme Court’s ruling that a legible postmark was not necessary to prove the ballot had been mailed by Election Day.

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