Supreme Court to Hear the Biggest Abortion Case Since Roe v Wade

(Alliance Defending Freedom) This week, the U.S. Supreme Court gave the pro-life movement a reason to hope.

The court announced on Monday that it would hear a case involving a Mississippi law to decide whether states can pass laws that protect life from abortion before an unborn baby is viable (when he or she can survive outside the womb)—which is currently considered to be around 22-23 weeks gestation.

Praise God! This is great news. And it speaks to the strides that the pro-life movement has made since the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion across the country.

Since 1973, when Roe was decided, more than 60 million unborn children have lost their lives to abortion. And countless mothers have suffered through the physical and psychological toll that abortion takes on them. Some have even lost their lives to abortion.

There's No Place Like Home -- to Learn

(FRC) If someone told me 18 months ago that homeschooling American households would triple in a year, I would hardly have thought it possible. Nor would I have believed the Associated Press and the Washington Post could report positively on something as beneficial as homeschooling. As it turns out, nearly anything can change in a pandemic. By the fall of 2020, 11 percent of U.S. households were homeschooling their children, up from 5.4 percent in the spring of 2020, and 3.3 percent in the years before that, according to the Household Pulse Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. "A lot of parents and guardians are going to keep on with home schooling, or at the very least, give it another semester or two," said education researcher Ellen Dundas.

"Even more remarkable are where those gains came from," reported the Washington Post. "Even though home schooling has often been considered the domain of religious White families, the most significant increases were seen among Black, Latino and Asian households."

House Democrats Make History by Striking the Hyde Amendment

(PJ Media) For the first time in 45 years, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a spending bill funding Medicaid without the Hyde Amendment, a measure that protects taxpayers from being forced to pay for abortion. The spending bill will face a tough hurdle in the Senate, but the bill still sets a terrifying precedent for pro-life taxpayers.

The bill, which includes seven of the twelve annual appropriations bills to fund the government for the next fiscal year, which begins on October 1, passed the House 219-208 along party lines.

Republicans opposed the bill because Democrats had removed two essential abortion-related provisions: the Hyde Amendment and the Weldon Amendment, which prohibits agencies receiving federal funding from discriminating against entities because they refuse to provide or pay for abortions.

UN Greenlit Mega-Database To Censor Americans Deemed Extremists

(The Federalist) A Big Tech-led group is using its influence and power to broaden its shared censorship database to curb “extremist content” and collect video and images deemed white supremacist, according to Reuters. The expansion comes after the group “took on renewed urgency” after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, which Democrats and tech giants continue to use as an excuse to justify suppression.

Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and YouTube, tech oligarchs trigger-happy to deplatform political dissidents, founded the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism in 2017 in what they labeled “a new collective effort to prevent the spread of terrorist and violent extremist content online.”

Don’t Let California Universities Become Abortion Clinics

(California Family) In 2019, California passed a bill to require public universities to provide chemical abortion pills to their students within campus health clinics by 2023.

Congressional Republicans are fighting back.

Reps. Mary Miller (R-IL) and Chip Roy (R-TX) along with U.S. Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) have co-sponsored a bill to block federal funds from going to any university providing these chemical abortion pills to students. Of course, California was the first state in the nation to pass such egregious legislation, and our own Governor Gavin Newsom was happy to sign it into law.

As Senator Daines correctly points out, “the abortion industry has been taking advantage of vulnerable women” for too long, and handing out chemical abortion pills like candy to young women in crisis pregnancies only further exploits those women.

A Journey Through The Revolt Against The American People

(The Federalist) Last Friday, a six-year-old girl was shot down in a drive-by in Washington, D.C. while she walked with her parents and her younger sister by a park that hadn’t been taken care of — hadn’t been trimmed, hadn’t even been cleaned up or properly patrolled — by the city in a very long time. Authorities had surrendered the park to addicts and criminals, but the morning after the shooting you can bet the cleaning crews were there. It wasn’t worth salvaging the park for normal citizens who lived there, but it was for the news cameras.

This past Thursday was the six-month anniversary of the Biden administration, and by extension, the six-month anniversary of the demise of the Keystone Pipeline. The Austin American-Statesman fact-checked complaints from now-unemployed workers, claiming the jobs weren’t actually lost — they were just temporarily lost. Forever.

David Jeremiah: Cancel Culture is unbiblical

(OneNewsNow) During a sermon he gave last Sunday to his congregation at Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, Calif., Jeremiah pointed out that cancel culture’s goal of punishing and ostracizing people in society is in direct conflict with the commands of Jesus Christ to love God and others.

"Cancel culture is laser-focused on judgment and accusation and punishment, and the goal of those who cancel others is to broadcast their sins from pillar to post, and never allow them to be removed or forgotten," Jeremiah explained, according to Christian Headlines. "Christ's goal, on the other hand, is love, mercy and grace."

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