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The Supreme Court Failed the Pro-Life Movement by Further Entrenching the Notion of a Women’s Unfettered Right to Abortion Access

          by Diane Rufino In March, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt, the biggest abortion case in decades. The question before the court addressed the permissible or impermissible obstacles to … Continue reading

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NULLIFICATION: The Power to Right Constitutional Wrongs

        by Diane Rufino, July 9, 2015 THOMAS JEFFERSON wondered how the country would respond in the case its government passed a law that was clearly unconstitutional. As Secretary of State under our first president, George Washington, … Continue reading

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The Constitutionality of Federal Gun Control Laws

    by Diane Rufino On January 16, 2013, President Obama signed 23 Executive Orders which he claimed are aimed at reducing gun violence.  Now begins the initiative to bring his comprehensive gun control scheme to Congress. The cornerstone of … Continue reading

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