Townhall Review – May 28, 2022 Hugh Hewitt talks about the tragic elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas with Wisconsin Congressman Mike Gallagher and Salem's Mike Gallagher talks about what can be done. Hugh Hewitt and Bret Stephens, formerly with the Wall Street Journal and current New York Times columnist, talk about the Supreme Court's draft decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health case and the impact on Roe v. Wade. Charlie Kirk talks with Victor Davis Hanson about his latest book, “The Dying Citizen: How Progressive Elites, Tribalism, and Globalization Are Destroying the Idea of America.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
North Carolina Congressman Dan Bishop discusses what a woman is, the leaking of the Supreme Court's Dobbs draft opinion, and the NC primary election results. Get exclusive content here!: https://thepetekalinershow.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Thursday, May 26th, 2022 Andrea Miller is the President of the National Institute for Reproductive Health. As we await the Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, which will likely overturn Roe v. Wade and the right to abortion, we discuss how we got here and how we can prepare for the unwelcome reality of a post-Roe America. Abortion access is essential to equality, bodily integrity, community safety, and the economic future of all Americans. Everyone knows and loves someone who's had an abortion. Banning it will radically change the ability of people in half the states to make decisions about their reproductive lives. In our federalist system, work at the state and local level is more important than ever before. Follow the National Institute for Reproductive Health on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NIRHealth  Follow Mila on Twitter: https://twitter.com/milaatmos Follow Future Hindsight on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/futurehindsightpod/ Sponsors Thanks to Avast for supporting Future Hindsight! Head to Avast.com to learn more about Avast One! Love Future Hindsight? Take our Listener Survey! http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=6tI0Zi1e78vq&ver=standard Want to support the show and get it early? https://patreon.com/futurehindsight Check out the Future Hindsight website! www.futurehindsight.com Credits: Host: Mila Atmos Guest: Andrea Miller Executive Producer: Mila Atmos Producers: Zack Travis and Sara Burningham
President Trump is the most significant Ex-President in his party and the country in my 50 years in politics. Rollins says anyone who tries to stop Trump will get rolled over. There's a breakdown in our society under Biden: No leadership. No Clarity. Where do you find truth? FBI dysfunctional, intel agencies failing miserably, military leadership is lost. GUEST: ED ROLLINS, GOP POLITICAL STRATEGIST
There is much public outcry about the Supreme Court's leaked draft majority opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health. Passions are high on both sides of this issue, further fracturing an already divided nation. However, there is one thing that both proponents and opponents of Roe can agree on -- women and children deserve to be empowered with real options and comprehensive care.Studies have shown that approximately 75% of pregnant women seeking abortion would prefer to parent if their circumstances were different. We partnered with Human Coalition to discuss pro-birth and pro-life solutions that can help make abortion unnecessary and unthinkable.Support the show
With everyone talking about nuclear weapons there's a good chance something bad could happen. Once again the United States is carrying the load for Europe and NATO, $55B for Ukraine while the rest of NATO pays only a small fraction of that. A leader is needed to make them pay a fair share. Trump believes the way Biden pulled out of Afghanistan was the lowest point in our country. Putin saw weakness and said this is my time to go. Obama forced China and Russia into a partnership, an alliance. They're not natural partners. We had the greatest economy in the world, lowest gas prices and a great deal with China. Trump says it is sad to watch massive military planes flying baby formula into the U.S. just so we can feed our children. GUEST: PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP
Depending how the Supreme Court votes on a pending case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, many pregnant people may lose the right to seek an abortion in their state. Host Emily Kwong talks to research scientist Liza Fuentes about the shifting reality of abortion as health care — and how the states with the greatest restrictions generally invest the least in maternal and children's health. Today is part two of Emily and Liza's conversation. Listen to part one of Emily and Liza's conversation to hear how abortion is used as a tool to improve public health.
In May, we learned in a leaked draft opinion obtained by Politico that the Supreme Court is expected to reverse itself on Roe v. Wade, Planned Parenthood v. Casey, and a legacy of abortion jurisprudence upholding reproductive freedom — profoundly dismantling abortion rights in the U.S. If Roe and Casey are overturned in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, grave consequences are in store for our democracy and the rule of law. On today's show, released on Beyond Roe: The Fight for Our Future, we're proud to share a special discussion: an in-depth exploration on why abortion is essential to the health of our democracy and society — and why democracy is essential to abortion, particularly given the alarming rates of maternal mortality and morbidity in the U.S. Recorded before a live studio audience at NPR's WNYC Studios in New York City, our slate of experts came together in person on April 20 at an event co-hosted with the Brennan Center for Justice and NYU Law's Birnbaum Women's Leadership Network. Experts dug deep on questions such as: How should we consider parallel affronts to participation and representation—the wave of state voting restrictions and gerrymandering? Can we look to state courts to provide new avenues in the aftermath of the Supreme Court's ruling? What are the legal and societal impacts of criminalizing pregnancy and abortion on vulnerable communities, including among individuals with disabilities, LGBTQ people seeking reproductive healthcare, indigent Americans, and communities of color? Joining Dr. Goodwin in front of a live studio audience at WNYC :• Melissa Murray, Frederick I. and Grace Stokes professor of law at NYU Law; faculty director at the Birnbaum Women's Law Network; and member of the Brennan Center Board of Directors• Lourdes Rivera, senior vice president of U.S. programs at the Center for Reproductive Rights• Monica Raye Simpson, executive director of SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective.Rate and review “On the Issues with Michele Goodwin" to let us know what you think of the show! Let's show the power of independent feminist media. Check out this episode's landing page at MsMagazine.com for a full transcript, links to articles referenced in this episode, further reading and ways to take action.Tips, suggestions, pitches? Get in touch with us at email@example.com. Support the show
The leaked draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, if officially released by the Supreme Court, would wipe out the federal constitutional right to abortion and directly impact the lives of millions of people. Already, the conservative legal movement is mobilizing to take advantage of the groundwork being laid in Dobbs to put same-sex marriage, contraception, and even interracial marriage in jeopardy. How wide will the impact of the Dobbs decision be and who will be affected? This week, Lindsay Langholz speaks with Kimberly Mutcherson, Professor and Co-Dean of Rutgers Law School, about the potential domino effect of Dobbs. ----------------- Join the Progressive Legal Movement Today: ACSLaw.org Today's Host: Lindsay Langholz, ACS Director of Policy and Programs Guest: Kimberly Mutcherson, Co-Dean and Professor of Law, Rutgers Law School Guest: "Pregnancy and Childbirth Endanger Women's Lives and Health: 'Pregnancy Is Not a Benign Condition,'" by Carrie Baker Link: "The People Who Promised Roe Was Safe Are Already Selling Their Next Bridge," by Dahlia Lithwick Link: "Most Women Denied Abortions by Texas Law Got Them Another Way," by Margot Sanger-Katz, Claire Cain Miller and Quoctrung Bui Link: "‘It will be chaos': 26 states in US will ban abortion if supreme court ruling stands," by Jessica Glenza Link: "How the Right to Birth Control Could Be Undone," by Melissa Murray Visit the Podcast Website: Broken Law Podcast Email the Show: Podcast@ACSLaw.org Follow ACS on Social Media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube ----------------- Production House: Flint Stone Media Copyright of American Constitution Society 2022.
Bannon says the Biden Admin. is trying to kill the carbon economy. “You can't act like Greta Thunberg then blame soaring gas prices on Putin.” U.S. must defend Taiwan. If China takes it, the American economy would drop dead. Ukraine is not our ally. China is a transnational criminal organization. UPDATE: Jack Posobiec detained in Davos and joins us to tell us what happened to him and his crew at the hands of the World Economic Forum Police. GUESTS: STEVE BANNON, BANNON'S WARROOM AND JACK POSOBIEC, HUMAN EVENTS DAILY
General Flynn talks about the corrupt members of the FBI, Intelligence, DOJ and White House who attacked him and his family, and his civil suit against them for $50M. He was attacked despite being appointed by Obama to command the DIA, confirmed by the Senate then illegally spied upon by the Obama Administration. This same group within the Deep State carried out an assault on American Democracy and attempted to take out President Trump. Their plan was 8 years of Obama and 8 years of Hillary. Then the United States would no longer be a Democracy, it would be a Socialist country run by a group of elites. That's still their plan. GUEST: GEN. MICHAEL FLYNN
On September 1st, 1983, a South Korean commercial airliner inexplicably drifted 200 miles off course into restricted Soviet airspace. In response, a Soviet fighter plane intercepted the aircraft, fired two missiles, and shot it down, killing all 269 people on board. In this standalone episode, we examine one of the most enduring outrages of the Cold War, a mystery that baffled investigators and inflamed political animus for more than a decade. SOURCES: Degani, Asaf. Taming HAL: Designing Interfaces Beyond 2001. Westad, Odd Arne. The Cold War: A World History. 2017. Service, Robert. The End of the Cold War. 2015. Downing, Taylor. 1983: Reagan, Andropov, And A World On The Brink. 2018. Dobbs, Michael. Down With Big Brother. 1997. Hersh, Seymour. The Target Is Destroyed. 1986. Dallin, Alexander. Black Box: KAL 007 and the Superpowers. 1985. https://www.reaganlibrary.gov/public/digitallibrary/dailydiary/1982-09.pdf Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Michael Sussmann trial will give us a picture of what happened when Hillary Clinton and the Dems colluded with the Left Wing media to undermine and overthrow a sitting President. The Clinton Campaign used the Russian Collusion lie to create an “October Surprise.” Pollak says Biden Family corruption was documented on Hunter's laptop. Pollak says Biden WH is not driving diplomacy with Russia perhaps because Dems have been demonizing them for their own political reasons. GUEST: JOEL POLLAK, BREITBART SENIOR EDITOR
What You Need to Know is the Border is about to be totally open! In just a few days we are going to see around 18,000 illegal aliens crossing our border almost daily when title 42 is lifted. The Biden Administration is preparing for them by setting up camps. All the things that come with title 42 lifting are horrendous — sex trafficking, fentanyl, and just lawlessness. Also, Florida Governor, Ron Desantis, just passed a law to punish those who deal fentanyl. It's time to pass more laws that protect us from drugs like fentanyl and to protect our borders! Dinesh D'Souza, author, filmmaker, and host of the Dinesh D'Souza Podcast, talks about his new film 2000 Mules. Dinesh explains how this film is not heavy-handed, it's factual and explains what actually happened around the 2020 elections. Be sure to watch 2000 Mules in a theatre near you! Mike Davis, founder and president of the Internet Accountability Project, shares how A3P Urges Attorney General and House Democrats to Take Immediate Action On Supreme Court Security. Mike explains how the most continuous case decisions will come out at the end of June. He anticipates that the Dobbs decision will come out at the end of June. Check out his work at Article3Project.org. What You Need to Do is watch 2000 Mules that is now out in theaters! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The #SistersInLaw meet this week to look at encouraging developments from the DOJ on the prosecution of 1/6 insurrectionists, including their analysis of thousands of transcripts to track down those involved based on the crimes. They also discuss the Buffalo shooter, the pernicious effects of The Great Replacement Theory, and how to fight back against extremism, then break down the many collateral effects of the leaked Dobbs decision. Get #SistersInLaw Merch For our just released ethically sourced clothes, pins and more, support the #SistersInLaw by picking up our new merch items at the Politicon Merch Store. #Sisters Show Off Their Merch Website Email the sisters at SISTERSINLAW@POLITICON.COM Or tweet using #SistersInLaw Content From The #Sisters: Post your summer reading list on our special hashtag on Twitter to #SILSummerReading Risks to the military posed by the Dobbs decision Links To This Week's Sponsors: Hello Fresh: For up to 16 free meals and 3 free gifts, go to hellofresh.com and use the promo code: SISTERS16 Pair Eyewear For 15% off your first order, go to paireyewear.com and use promo code: SISTERS Policy Genius: For your insurance needs and to see how much you could save, go to policygenius.com Athena Club: For 20% off your first order, go to athenaclub.com and use the promo code: SISTERS Honey: To get Honey for free, go to joinhoney.com Get More From The #Sisters In Law Joyce Vance: Twitter | University of Alabama Law | MSNBC Jill Wine-Banks: Twitter | Facebook | Website | Author of The Watergate Girl: My Fight For Truth & Justice Against A Criminal President Kimberly Atkins Stohr: Twitter | Boston Globe | WBUR Barb McQuade: Twitter | University of Michigan Law | Just Security | MSNBC
John Paul Mac Isaac sued CNN and Politico and is looking forward to discovery to learn who ordered him silenced and gave them the coordinated narrative that Hunter's laptop was Russian disinformation. He wants them held accountable. Cory Mills is running for Congress and wants us to get back to America First and end endless wars. Mills says spending $50B in Ukraine and not spending $5B to secure our southern border is abhorrent. Mills says there should be more veterans in Congress to defend the Constitution. GUESTS: JOHN PAUL MAC ISAAC, HUNTER BIDEN'S LAPTOP REPAIRMAN AND CORY MILLS, CANDIDATE FOR U.S. CONGRESS/FL
Carrie Severino, president of the Judicial Crisis Network, walks us through Justice Alito's leaked draft opinion in Dobbs v Jackson that made the left completely lose its mind, what it means for abortion in America, and what she expects from the Court in the coming weeks. Carrie Severino is the co-author with Mollie Hemingway of the bestselling book "Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Court." She was a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and to Judge David B. Sentelle of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Follow her on Twitter at @JCNSeverino.
Despite some rumors that we might get the Dobbs opinion this week, we did not. We did, however, get opinions in an immigration case and in Senator Ted Cruz’s challenge to an election rule that limited a candidate’s ability to recover money loaned to his own campaign. Zack and GianCarlo unpack those cases in addition […]
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When Justice Samuel Alito's draft opinion on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization leaked a few weeks ago, it signaled that Roe v. Wade appears likely to be overturned in a matter of weeks. If Roe falls, questions about the right to abortion will re-enter the realm of electoral politics in a way they haven't for 50 years. States will be solely in charge of determining whether abortion is permitted, under what conditions it should be permitted, and what the appropriate thresholds are for making those decisions.That means ordinary voters and their representatives will be forced to grapple with the moral — even metaphysical — quandaries at the heart of the abortion debate. What does it mean to belong to the human species, and when does that belonging begin? Is there a bright line at which an egg, a blastula, or a fetus attains the status of “person”? And how do we weigh the competing interests of mothers, families, and fetuses against one another? Those are the questions I wanted to place at the center of this conversation because they are the foundation on top of which everything else in this debate is built.Kate Greasley is a law professor at the University of Oxford in the U.K., where she studies, among other things, the legal and moral philosophy of abortion. She's the author of “Arguments About Abortion: Personhood, Morality, and Law,” and co-author of “Abortion Rights: For and Against” alongside Christopher Kaczor, a philosopher who opposes abortion. While Greasley ultimately believes in the right to choose, she does a remarkably comprehensive job of carefully and fairly considering all the arguments, contradictions and nuances of this issue.We discuss why both progressives and conservatives should be open to questioning their preconceptions about abortion, what the Bible does — and doesn't — suggest about abortion, why the status of fetal life is the central question at the heart of abortion ethics, whether life begins at conception or emerges later in fetal development, how the complex, messy moral intuitions that most of us have around questions of life and death don't lend themselves neatly to either an abortion rights or anti-abortion camp, why late-term abortions pose particularly challenging moral questions, how the pregnant person's bodily autonomy weighs against the fetus's and more.Mentioned:“Can Fetuses Feel Pain?” by Stuart DerbyshireBook recommendations:Beyond Roe by David BooninAbortion: Three Perspectives by Michael Tooley, Celia Wolf-Devine, Philip E. Devine and Alison M. JaggarAbout Abortion by Carol SangerThoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/ezra-klein-show-book-recs.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Annie Galvin, Jeff Geld and Rogé Karma; fact-checking by Michelle Harris, Rollin Hu and Kate Sinclair; original music by Isaac Jones; mixing and engineering by Jeff Geld; audience strategy by Shannon Busta. Our executive producer is Irene Noguchi. Special thanks to Kristin Lin and Kristina Samulewski.
In the 2016 Presidential election 91% of the DC vote went for HRC, only 4% for Trump. Prosecutors asking the jury to look at only the evidence, not politics. The question for the jury is straightforward: Did Hillary Clinton's lawyer lie to the FBI to help Hillary win the election? DC is a one party town in which the establishment and bureaucracy work closely with the Democrats. Solomon says national media was a co-conspirator spreading the false Russia story and in this trial, they're still working together. The Sussmann trial is just the most recent and important example showing the media, Dems and Deep State all on one side. GUEST: JOHN SOLOMON, JUST THE NEWS
A year ago today, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law Texas Senate Bill 8, also known as the Texas Heartbeat Act. The law bans abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy — before many people even know they're pregnant. It also employed a novel legal strategy that empowered ordinary people to enforce the law by suing anyone who may have helped facilitate the abortion.Many observers thought the law would be blocked from taking effect or overturned after passing. That didn't happen. The Supreme Court had three opportunities to consider the law and didn't, signaling that the court could be open to overturning Roe v. Wade. In the recent uproar over the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, it's been easy to forget about the impact and significance of Texas's law. But a year later the law still stands in the state, blocking abortions after about six weeks. Today on Post Reports, on the anniversary of the Texas abortion ban, national political reporter Caroline Kitchener brings us the story of the activist who helped to craft the law, the doctor who tried to challenge it, and the lessons both sides have taken away from its success.Read more:Caroline Kitchener examines whether a national abortion ban is possible in a post-Roe world. You can also read her profile of Dr. Alan Braid.
Despite some rumors that we might get the Dobbs opinion this week, we did not. We did, however, get opinions in an immigration case and in Senator Ted Cruz's challenge to an election rule that limited a candidate's ability to recover money loaned to his own campaign. Zack and GianCarlo unpack those cases in addition to the new cases that the Court took up this week. Zack then interviews Georgia Supreme Court Justice Nels Peterson. After that, GianCarlo grills Zack with trivia about sitting members of Congress who have served as Supreme Court clerks. Tune in to learn which Justice plays matchmaker on the side.Follow us on Twitter @scotus101 and send questions, comments, or ideas for future episodes to email@example.com.Don't forget to leave a 5-star rating!Stay caffeinated and opinionated with a SCOTUS 101 mug. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
0:00 -Did Disinfo Board get nixed b/c of disinformation? 12:15 -Don't you know who my boyfriend is? 30:48 - COVID-the next pandemic: mental illness 46:03 - $8 per gallon coming to a gas station near you soon?!? 01:00:23 - President and CEO of Young America's Foundation and 45th Governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker, brings attention to the Conservative Speaker Shutout during this year's commencement season. For more on the Young America's Foundation visit yaf.org 01:17:00 - Former federal prosecutor, local prosecutor, and elected district attorney, Tom Hogan, presents The Five Worst Prosecutors in America 01:32:31 - Milton Ezrati, contributing editor at National Interest, regular to City Journal and Forbes, author of Thirty Tomorrows: The Next Three Decades of Globalization, Demographics, and How We Will Live, explains why Stagflation is inevitable. Check out Milton's blog bitesizeinvesting.com 01:51:38 - KBJ's “no comment” on the nature of Dobbs leak, protests See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
By comparison to elections in other Industrialized nations, the United States looks like a Third World Country. The people involved in election fraud are members of a criminal syndicate who play for keeps. Investigating them is a very serious business. Our election process is so corrupt that we can't just fix just one thing because there are so many layers of subversion. Cleaning up voter rolls would be the easiest fix of all with today's technology. It's done every day in private industry. We need ID verification for everything else (Amazon, Twitter) but not elections because it plays to the advantage of those who know how to subvert and manipulate a vulnerable election system. GUEST: CATHERINE ENGELBRECHT, TRUE THE VOTE
Companies like Disney and Nike have become more woke and frequently make the news for their radical political positions. Employees of these companies frequently push the larger business to move even further left, and take even more woke positions.But what happens if someone is an employee of a woke company and isn't woke themselves?Terry Pell, president of the Center for Individual Rights, says the consequences can be dire."HR departments have become increasingly woke, and corporate leaders are afraid of Twitter mobs attacking and destroying the reputation of the company," explains Pell."The employers now are highly sensitive to outside criticism and outside activists know this," he adds. "So they prey on these companies and they basically threaten to expose them for being racist if they don't go along with whatever the activists want."Pell joins the show to discuss how the woke took over business, and how we can counter them.We also cover these stories:The Department of Homeland Security "pauses" its controversial Disinformation Governance Board.The homeland security agency also prepares for violence following a Supreme Court ruling in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.The S&P 500 ESG Index removes Elon Musk's Tesla from the list.All 50 states have an average price per gallon of gas that is higher than $4. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Does the Constitution affirm a right to abortion? The Supreme Court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, removing federal protections on abortion. We explore this historic case, as well as the leaked Alito draft on Dobbs v. Jackson, and how constitutional law applies to abortion. YouTube at: https://youtu.be/7D2ozfZOab4
PA primary is the most important battleground between the America First agenda and the old country club Republican Party. Trump's endorsement of Mastriano put his campaign on after burners. For the Senate, it will be a close race between Oz up by just under 2 points over Kathy Barnette. The New Republican Party is America First made up of working men, women and small business people. PA will be a great test for how much support Blacks, Hispanics, Evangelicals and women will turn out for Trump candidates. Disney made a huge mistake… their favorability dropping from 77% to now 33% and the polls show Americans have had it with companies who aren't representing their values. GUEST: ROBERT CAHALY, TRAFALGAR GROUP
On May 2, 2022, the website Poltico posted a story attributed to Josh Gerstein and Alexander Ward sharing a leaked first draft of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) majority opinion on Dobbs vs Jackson Women's Health Organization addressing the constitutionality of a Mississippi law restricting abortion after the 15th week of pregnancy. The majority opinion draft, authored by Associate Justice Samuel Alito, overturned Roe v Wade (1973) and Planned Parenthood v Casey (1992), releasing the stranglehold the judicial branch has held over abortion and sending the issues to the individual states to settle the abortion laws within their borders through local democratic efforts and elections. Chief Justice John Roberts almost immediately verified the document's authenticity announcing the breach in secrecy which generally surround the deliberations of the Supreme Court would be met by an internal investigation. The draft and the decision were real. The outcry from both sides of the issue was immediate and intense. Most of the loudest objections to the draft center on emotional appeals and anecdotal testimonies about women who need abortions and will be forced to compromise their safety and freedom to carry an unwanted child to term. The idea that Roe v Wade will be overturned produced a wave of fear, anger, and anti-religious vitriol. How could 50 years of legal precedent defending Roe suddenly be swept aside?This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversion with JOURNAL author Jay Watts about the leaked SCOTUS opinion in Dobbs vs Jackson Women's Health Organization and about his online-exclusive article, “The Leaked Draft: Is this the Fall of Roe v. 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Our recent podcasts, and their discussions of the constitutional landscape that will follow the release of the Dobbs opinion, have been heard, amplified, distorted, echoed, and - of course - tweeted in forms true and unrecognizable. We were the impetus for a lead op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, the subject of various blogs, and the target of innumerable media posts. Nevertheless, we carry on, looking at key precedents and their future, analyzing Justice Alito's framework for evaluating unenumerated rights, and beginning to think about how it might happen that Alito may not have the last word in this case.
In the 2022 state legislative session, over 500 abortion restrictions were introduced, with many extreme and restrictive anti-abortion bills passing. Rachel Sussman, Vice President of State Policy and Advocacy at Planned Parenthood Action Fund, talks to us about what the recent Supreme Court leak that threatens Roe v. Wade means for multiple states in the South and Midwest United States. Many states have gotten a head start on introducing harmful anti-abortion legislation. In fact, Oklahoma and Idaho have enacted copycats of Texas's S.8.—a bill that bans abortion after only six weeks of pregnancy and allows for private citizens to enforce the law against each other through legal action. Oklahoma's law is officially in effect (PPFA has asked for a stay on the law and is waiting on the decision), while the Idaho law has been stopped at the state court level. Florida, Kentucky, and Arizona have all enacted 15-week abortion bans which will go into effect with the upholding of the case at the center of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. In addition, Louisiana is contemplating a law that would allow patients to be charged with homicide (which comes with the death penalty in the state) if they receive an abortion. The bill could also criminalize emergency contraception, invitro fertilization, and birth control. (Since we recorded Louisiana lawmakers have taken a step back from this bill for now.) There are 26 states that are positioned to ban abortion with the overturning of Roe v. Wade, mostly throughout the Midwest and the South. This will leave entire regions of the country geographically stranded when it comes to access to abortion care. Abortion providers, clinics, and funds in states that will continue to provide abortion care will undoubtedly experience extreme logistical and structural challenges while attempting to absorb the patients traveling from out-of-state. Still, there are several states that are working to support and protect abortion in direct opposition to the Supreme Court's leaked decision. New Jersey, Maryland, Washington, and Connecticut have all voted to expand the type of medical practitioners who can provide abortions (such as nurse practitioners). Meanwhile, Oregon, California, and Connecticut are discussing usage of state dollars to directly support patients in accessing care. LinksPPFA on TwitterPPFA on FacebookBansoff.orgKeepourclinics.orgNational Network of Abortion FundsTake ActionFind advocacy opportunities at bansoff.org and follow PPFA on Twitter and Facebook.If you are in a state that is hostile to abortion, find groups that are actively protesting and join. If you are in a state that is protecting abortion access, urge your state governors, legislatures, and attorneys general to act to expand policies and services.As more people wonder where, in fact, they can access an abortion, amplify abortionfinder.org. This website lists clinics and providers across the country offering care.Donate to independent abortion providers, abortion funds! Finally, if you are comfortable, share your story. Whether at the dinner table or on Twitter, your voice is important. Support the show
The Western World faces an internal threat of Marxism and external threats by Russia and China. Farage sees the midterm elections as an opportunity for the Republicans to rid themselves of RINOs and elect politicians who will fight. Farage says “If America fails the entirety of the Western World fails. So America, save yourselves and you'll save the rest of us, too.” GUEST: NIGEL FARAGE, TV HOST AND POPULIST
Regardless of moral, religious, or ethical opinion, abortion is a health care procedure, and changes to the accessibility and legality of that procedure will have implications nationwide. In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Rebecca Willman, membership director of Abortion Care Network, to talk about the clinical and operational ramifications the leaked draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization that would potentially overturn Roe v. Wade. Links: Roe v. Wade's future is unclear. Are you ready to answer these questions? Ep. 91: We need to talk about maternal health in America Abortion Care Network M+A Hotline Repro Legal Helpline Get the Daily Briefing newsletter in your inbox. Subscribe now.
Assuming that Justice Samuel Alito's final opinion in the Mississippi abortion case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization gets majority support, there will be profound social, political, and health-care implications across the United States. Margaret Talbot, Peter Slevin and Jia Tolentino assess the world after Roe. Opponents will surely not stop by leaving abortion at the state level but will try to ban it under federal law. Tolentino discusses fetal personhood, the legal concept that a fertilized egg is entitled to full legal rights, which severely compromises the bodily autonomy of a pregnant woman. There is already speculation that access to birth control and same-sex marriage could be challenged. “If people feel panicked about all those things, I wouldn't invalidate that,” Tolentino says. But focussing on the immediate post-Roe future, she says, presents enough to worry about. “This is a universe of panic on its own.”
Lindell says electronic voting and drop boxes must go. One day voting must be brought back. The bigoted Marxist Left says Blacks and Hispanics can't vote in just one day. If we leave weeks long voting and drop boxes in place, we'll see another selection instead of an election. The Supreme Court must stop states from violating our Constitution. The next two states whose voting machines will be challenged are South Dakota and then Alabama. GUEST: MIKE LINDELL, CEO MY PILLOW
Kate and Leah spend some additional time on possible fallout from a Dobbs opinion overruling or eviscerating Roe. They interview two people with insight on what we can expect in a post-Roe world. Diana Greene Foster is a professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences and a researcher on reproductive health at UCSF. She's also the author of The Turnaway Study: Ten Years, a Thousand Women, and the Consequences of Having--Or Being Denied--An Abortion [3:14]. And Greer Donley is an assistant professor at University of Pittsburgh Law, and one of the three authors of the extremely topical and important article, "The New Abortion Battleground," which is forthcoming in the Columbia Law Review. The paper is written together with Professor David Cohen at Drexel Kline School of Law and Professor Rachel Rebouche, Interim Dean of Temple University Beasley School of Law. The paper analyzes the inter-jurisdictional issues that will emerge if and when the Supreme Court overrules Roe [32:04]. We'll also catch up on some of the additional news and hot takes people have had since the leak happened [57:52].
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The leaked opinion from the Supreme Court on the Mississippi abortion case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization seems to promise a transformation. Assuming the final opinion by Justice Samuel Alito gets majority support, there will be profound social, political, and health-care implications across the United States—not only in the states that will immediately ban abortion. David Remnick speaks with three New Yorker writers who have been considering the future of abortion access: Margaret Talbot, Peter Slevin, and Jia Tolentino. Plus, Michael Schulman talks with the comedian Meg Stalter of HBO's hit show “Hacks,” and Helen Rosner pays a visit to the chef Andy Baraghani in Brookhaven, New York.
With all the speculation of who could be responsible for the shocking leak of the Dobbs decision which has the potential to overturn Roe v. Wade, Producer Andrew investigates potential sources, as well as if he believes they will be successful in shifting the Justices' preliminary draft decision. In light of Justice Clarence Thomas announcing they will not be "bullied" and raging pro-choice protests happening across the country which have forced at least one Justice into hiding, Josh Hammer, opinion editor of Newsweek joins the program to discuss the radical pro-Abortion crowd's aims and goals before reviewing the tenuous legal footing Roe stood upon, and why the court is finally and rightly poised to reverse course. Finally, Andrew exposes why the left is losing steam in this most recent hysteria mission despite going back to an old, tried-and-true playbook that's worked for them so many times in the past. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.