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Why Can’t Women Be Both Pro-Choice AND Pro-Life? It’s Possible With Common-Sense Limitations on Abortions

by Diane Rufino, January 30, 2019 On January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court handed down one of the most controversial opinions in its history. It issued its opinion regarding the constitutionality of state laws banning and even criminalizing abortion. In … Continue reading

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BIRTHRIGHT CITIZENSHIP: Does the 14th Amendment Really Recognize it for Illegal Aliens?

  by Diane Rufino, November 16, 2018 The term “birthright citizenship” refers to the idea that you can become a citizen of a country simply by being born there. The fancy legal term is jus soli, “right of the soil” … Continue reading

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Our Modern-Day Interposer, Judge Roy Moore

by Diane Rufino, January 25, 2018 I just wrote an article explaining the doctrine of Interposition and how vital a remedy it is against federal tyranny. (“Interposition: The Duty to Say “NO!”). In that article, I wrote: “Our challenge is … Continue reading

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