Mike Pence: ‘For the sake of the sanctity of life,’ elect Donald Trump

CLEVELAND, July 21, 2016 (TheRightsWriter.com) – If Americans want to preserve the sanctity of life or save the Constitution from judicial activists, they must vote for Donald Trump, said vice presidential candidate Mike Pence in a stirring address to the Republican National Convention last night. The governor of Indiana made one of the convention’s rare references to abortion or social issues … [Read more...]

Little Sisters vs. Big Brother: The Supreme Court agrees to rule on HHS mandate

WASHINGTON, D.C., November 6, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) - The Supreme Court will decide whether the Obama administration can force employers to violate their religious beliefs and provide abortion-inducing drugs, sterilization, and contraception to all female employees next year. The justices announced on Friday that they will consolidate seven cases brought by religious employers against the … [Read more...]

Which Presidential Candidates Said We Should Abandon Marriage This Weekend?

Ignoring the advice of its first president, as well as another Wonderful Counselor, the Republican Party has become a house divided against itself on the issue of marriage. A few candidates remain determined to preserve the definition of marriage that has endured for millennia. Others have suggested political leaders fold their hand, "take a deep breath," and "move on" to issues the candidates … [Read more...]

This Candidate Schooled the Supreme Court on Marriage in Just Three Sentences

The nine justices of the Supreme Court have waded through hundreds or thousands of pages of legal briefs as they prepare to rule on same-sex “marriage” this month. Apparently, Mike Huckabee didn't want to put too much stress on them – or their clerks, who actually do most of the reading. So, he sent them a message that is just three sentences long: As you work towards making your ruling at the … [Read more...]

Sotomayor: We’re not taking away your liberty, because we won’t force you to get married to a gay person

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 28, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) – One moment in the Supreme Court's oral arguments over same-sex “marriage” reveals what an embarrassment Sonia Sotomayor is as a justice. John J. Bursch, who argued on behalf of marriage, said that the people, not five unelected justices, should be able to decide whether to redefine a pillar of society that predates the … [Read more...]

‘A Bonhoeffer moment’: Evangelical leaders vow civil disobedience if Supreme Court redefines marriage

April 7, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Dozens of Christian leaders have vowed they will not remain silent, as they did following the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision, promising to take nonviolent direct action if the High Court votes to redefine marriage. The Supreme Court is deciding two separate issues: Whether the 14th Amendment guarantees same-sex “marriage” as a … [Read more...]

Boehner: House will not support marriage during Supreme Court case

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 9, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) – When the Supreme Court rules about whether to impose same-sex “marriage” on the entire nation, the House of Representatives will remain mum on the subject. House Speaker John Boehner confirmed that the Republican-controlled body will not weigh in on either side of the constitutional issue. “I don’t expect … [Read more...]

‘Mainstream’ journalists shade the facts, miss the point of Supreme Court abortion ruling

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 27, 2014 (TheRightsWriter.com) – If there were ever any doubt about the need for LifeSiteNews.com's accurate reporting to offset the media's political agenda, news coverage of this week's Supreme Court case should have settled it. From the Associated Press to the “newspaper of record,” mainstream journalism misreported the story, imported irrelevant … [Read more...]

UPDATED: Supreme Court unanimously shoots down Obama admin in religious freedom case

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 12, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In a breakthrough decision for religious freedom, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled Wednesday that religious institutions have a constitutional right to determine their ministers without government interference. Although the High Court has long recognized churches’ First Amendment right to choose priests and senior pastors, yesterday’s … [Read more...]

Documents Show Elena Kagan’s Conflict of Interest on ObamaCare

Documents uncovered by a legal watchdog group prove Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan was involved in the Obama administration’s legal defense of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as “ObamaCare.” Judicial Watch has released a number of administration communiqués that show Kagan, who was then Solicitor General, presided over the president’s response to lawsuits … [Read more...]