Barrett’s question about adoption was meant to draw out the logic of abortion defenders, not indicate opposition to Roe.
Amy Coney Barrett
They joined Roberts and Court progressives in declining relief to Maine health-care providers, who must now be vaxxed against their beliefs or lose their jobs.
In the first term with Amy Coney Barrett weighing in as a justice, the Supreme Court is — surprise! — more frequently unanimous than in past years!
This might be Justice Barrett’s first dissent since joining SCOTUS.
Reports of the supposedly deep divisions on the Supreme Court are greatly exaggerated and ignore perspective.
The predictable outcome of this case did not stop Democrats from deceiving Americans and fear-mongering last fall.
The Court’s unanimous judgment in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia yesterday is yet another resounding victory for religious freedom and against religious discrimination.
Will all the Democratic Party luminaries who claimed Barrett’s confirmation would mean the end of the health-care law now apologize?