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The Supreme Court Has Gone Rogue: What Can We Do?

(This is part 5 of a 5 part series on The Supreme Court, Abortion, and American Morality. Check out part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4) If the recent abortion case (Whole Woman’s Health v Hellerstedt) at the Supreme Court has clarified anything, it is that the Court’s majority has gone ‘off the rails’

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Four Ways the Supreme Court Got Abortion Wrong and Why

(This is part 4 of a 5 part series on The Supreme Court, Abortion, and American Morality. Check out part 1, part 2, and part 3) The Supreme Court’s majority has been consistently ignoring all notions of traditional Constitutional law in several recent cases. As Chief Justice Roberts notes, “The Court today not only overlooks our

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Remembering Independence

(This is part 3 of a 5 part series on The Supreme Court, Abortion, and American Morality. Check out part 1 and part 2) I have been wrestling with the Court’s latest abortion ruling all last week (Whole Woman’s Health v Hellerstedt) lamenting the knowledge that the ruling carries with it the very real danger

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5 Things We Can Learn from the Supreme Court’s Decision

Five important conclusions can be drawn from the recent abortion ruling, Whole Woman’s Health v Hellerstedt, released Monday June 27, 2016. First, contrary to Justice Thomas’ dissent, the Supreme Court’s majority is highly predictable. They decide cases based upon a new ‘bedrock’ principle of the shifting sands of individual autonomy. Whatever will be seen by the

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Gillian took the abortion pill… then called CompassCare.

CompassCare has had remarkable success with the abortion pill reversal (APR) patients that come through the doors—100% have gone on to have healthy pregnancies. As the FDA increases the timeframe in which women can receive RU-486, the window opens further to serve women who start a medical abortion and want to reverse the effects. Gillian

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CompassCare Walk for Life 2016

2016 Walk for Life: Serving Her So She Can Save Him

Being a parent is messy. From mealtimes with toddlers to moral development with young adults, “tidy” never describes child rearing. Moms and Dads, since time immemorial, direct their children with quiet or firm commands appropriate to the child’s maturity. Sometimes Dad might float a gentle reminder like, “Brush your teeth before bed.” Other times Mom’s

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