The Abortion War Files

On the morning of June 24, 2022, The United States Supreme Court, the highest court in the land, publicly handed down the decision in the Dobbs case which overturned Roe vs Wade, thus handing the issue concerning abortion back to the individual States where it actually and truly belongs in accordance to the Tenth Amendment of the Bill of Rights in the United States Constitution.

It is not the only issue that should be so!

Published 07/04/2022

Soon after the leak of the decision, a renewed battle on abortion rights erupted!

In the after after math of stricking down Roe vs Wade…

Published 07/15/2022

Prior to the political rape, I only did three previous blogs prior to the day Roe vs Wade was overturned.

Published 05/18/2022:

Published 05/13/2022

Published 05/10/2022

This post was published 10/23/2022:

Since then, I’ve collected a number of articles on the subject and they have been on draft for a long time.

The following is that collection:




Troops can now take 3 weeks off for abortion travel, expenses paid




SCOTUS Overturns Appeals Court Upholding Abortion Without Parental Consent



Abortion Pill Ruling

A pair of opposing judicial decisions over the weekend left the status of a common abortion pill up in the air, with two federal judges issuing contradictory rulings on whether Mifepristone should remain on the market. The pill, one of two drugs used for medically induced abortions, appears likely to remain available in the short term.    In the first ruling, Texas Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk found the Food and Drug Administration ignored safety concerns during an accelerated decision-making process when considering the drug roughly two decades ago (read ruling). The judge also found mailing of abortion-inducing drugs violates the Comstock Act, passed in 1873.    Minutes after issuing the decision, Washington state Judge Thomas Rice issued a separate ruling requiring Mifepristone to remain available—arguing, in part, it was unusual for the judicial wing to intervene in executive branch regulatory decisions (read ruling). Legal experts say the case is likely to be heard by the Supreme Court.   Mifepristone is authorized for use up to 10 weeks into gestation. Surveys suggest drug-induced abortions—as opposed to surgical procedures—account for more than half of all abortions in the US each year. 


A miraculous Story!




This blog will be place in the main menu along with the other files and archives. From time to time new blogs and/or articles will be added. This file will be in reverse of the others with the latest at the end.

It will be more like a journal on…

The Abortion War

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Supreme Court pauses abortion pill restrictions from taking effect during appeal



2 Supreme Court Justices Dissent in Major Abortion Case

From the Article:

A majority of Supreme Court justices halted a lower court’s order on April 21 that blocked access to an abortion drug, but Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas dissented.

Alito wrote a four-page dissent and explained why he would allow partial restrictions on the drug mifepristone, after the Biden administration appealed a ruling against a Texas district judge who ruled to overturn the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) approval of the pill.

But he disagreed that chaos would be triggered by a conflict between two federal court orders. A Texas judge put an injunction on the FDA-backed drug nationwide, and a judge in Washington state ordered the FDA to not make any changes that would restrict access to the abortion drug.

“At present, the applicants are not entitled to a stay because they have not shown that they are likely to suffer irreparable harm in the interim,” Alito wrote (pdf), noting that the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals fast-tracked hearing the arguments of the case. “The applicants claim that regulatory ‘chaos’ would occur due to an alleged conflict between the relief awarded in these cases and the relief provided by a decision of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington.”

Because the “appeal has been put on a fast track, with oral argument scheduled to take place in 26 days,” he noted that “there is reason to believe that they would get the relief they now seek—from either the Court of Appeals or this Court—in the near future if their arguments on the merits are persuasive.”…


It’s not over yet!

SCOTUS Aftermath…


From the article:

…The justices said that order “is stayed pending disposition of the appeal in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and disposition of a petition for a writ of certiorari, if such a writ is timely sought.”

report explained the Food and Drug Administration “originally approved mifepristone, which is also known as RU-486 or Mifeprex, in 2000. In the United States, the drug is used in conjunction with the drug misoprostol: Mifepristone blocks the effects of the hormones necessary to maintain a pregnancy, while misoprostol causes the uterus to contract, expelling the pregnancy.”

In other words mifepristone kills an unborn child.

It was Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk who found that the FDA approved mifepristone despite “legitimate safety concerns,” and suspended the agency’s approval.

The fight escalated to the Supreme Court because when Biden, whose pro-abortion agenda has permeated his entire tenancy in the Oval Office, demanded the 5th Circuit put Kacsmaryk’s order on hold, that court blocked only the portion of the decision that suspended the original approval.

Other limits on the drug, such as a requirement that it be dispensed only by a doctor, in person, remained.

Biden immediately demanded the Supreme Court lift those additional limits.

While the court’s ruling was brief, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito dissented.

Alito then submitted a multiple page opinion that included his shocking conclusion about Joe Biden: that he probably wouldn’t obey a court ruling that wasn’t to his liking….


Now who’s above the law?!?!


Justice Alito has ‘good idea’ who was behind Roe v. Wade leak, believes motive was assassination

From the article:

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito said he has a “pretty good idea who is responsible” for the leak revealing the court’s draft opinion to overturn Roe v. Wade, which he also said made justices in the majority “targets for assassination.”

“I personally have a pretty good idea who is responsible, but that’s different from the level of proof that is needed to name somebody,” Alito told The Wall Street Journal. “It was a part of an effort to prevent the Dobbs draft . . . from becoming the decision of the court. And that’s how it was used for those six weeks by people on the outside—as part of the campaign to try to intimidate the court.”

“Those of us who were thought to be in the majority, thought to have approved my draft opinion, were really targets of assassination,” he added. “It was rational for people to believe that they might be able to stop the decision in Dobbs by killing one of us.”

The marshal of the Supreme Court investigated the leak after being directed to do so by Chief Justice John Roberts, but investigators were “unable to determine at this time, using a preponderance of the evidence standard, the identity of the person(s) who disclosed the draft majority opinion.”

Alito said the marshal “did a good job with the resources that were available to her,” but that it was “infuriating” hearing left-wing speculation that the leaker was conservative.

“Look, this made us targets of assassination. Would I do that to myself? Would the five of us have done that to ourselves? It’s quite implausible. I don’t feel physically unsafe, because we now have a lot of protection,” he said, adding that he is “driven around in basically a tank, and I’m not really supposed to go anyplace by myself without the tank and my members of the police force.”…


Imprisioned by duty?!?!

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