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Making Sense of the Meaning and Intent of the Second Amendment: It Isn’t Hard Folks!

by Diane Rufino, May 24, 2017 “No free man shall be debarred (denied) the use of arms.” –  as proposed by Thomas Jefferson for Virginia’s Bill of Rights, 1776 The Federal Farmer (anti-Federalist author) in 1788: “To preserve liberty, it … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court Failed The Pro-Life Movement By Further Entrenching the Notion of a Woman’s Unfettered Right to Abortion Access

by Diane Rufino In March, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt, the biggest abortion case in decades. The question before the court addressed the permissible or impermissible obstacles to a woman’s right to an … Continue reading

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