One day after thousands of Pro-Life activists rallied at the Supreme Court with hopes of witnessing an end to 49 years of legalized child murder, Christians gathered again in the very same place to celebrate the incarnation of the Son of God.
Analyzing Supreme Court oral arguments is often challenging, but the overwhelming consensus from most legal experts following Wednesday’s Supreme Court debate on Mississippi abortion legislation is decidedly on the side of predicting that Mississippi’s law will be upheld and Roe vs. Wade being overturned. LifeSite’s Jim Hale interviewed Liberty Counsel’s Jonathan Alexandre, who was pleased with what he heard from inside the courtroom.
LifeSite’s Danielle Zuccaro asks John-Henry Westen a variety of questions submitted by LifeSite monthly donors, or, “Sustainers.” John-Henry talks about the Mississippi Supreme Court case, the lies surrounding the COVID jab, how to speak to your kids about the ‘vaccine’, the Big Tech censorship LifeSite is facing, and much more.
Dr. Julie Ponesse was fired from her teaching position at Huron University College of Western University in September after she took a stand against COVID jab mandates on campus. In an exclusive interview with LifeSite’s Kennedy Hall, Dr. Ponesse addressed the dangers associated with mandating the experimental shots.
In today’s episode of The Ladies of LifeSite, Lisa and Maddie are joined by Joseph Backholm, Senior Fellow for Biblical Worldview and Strategic Engagement at the Family Research Council. Backholm discusses the significant of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and what happens now. Grab your cup of coffee, tea, or beverage of choice and join us for conversation that is sure to educate and inspire! We hope that you will be inspired and spiritually strengthened through this podcast and share it with a friend, mother, sister, or daughter in your life. To be notified via email when we […]
Constitutional attorney Adèle Keim of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty explains why Wednesday’s Supreme Court hearing on Mississippi’s law restricting any abortion over 15 weeks could result in a reversal of the 1973 Supreme Court decision that wrongly made abortion a constitutional issue.