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The Foundation for Life — Overrule Roe v. Wade!

Jan 26, 2014 No Comments ›› John Eidsmoe

After four decades of studying, lecturing, debating and writing on this subject, I am prepared to say that Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision by which the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the duly-enacted laws of nearly all of the 50 states and mandated abortion on demand as a national policy, is wrong. It is ...

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Obama Declares June as LGBT Pride Month … Again

Jun 4, 2012 1 Comment ›› Site Administrator

The following post was guest-authored by 3rd-year law student Adam Parker, a 2012 summer intern at the Foundation for Moral Law. President Barack Obama recently declared the month of June as LGBT Pride Month for the year 2012. President Obama has declared June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride month every year since he took ...

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Judging by Law or Feelings?

Jun 11, 2009 1 Comment ›› John Eidsmoe

Should judges base their decisions on an impartial evaluation of the law as applied to the facts? Or should they judge based upon the criterion set forth by President Obama -- "empathy"? Do men and women, young and old, white and black, rich and poor, have different versions of law, truth, and justice? Even ...

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Rebuked California Supreme Court upholds people’s vote for traditional marriage

May 26, 2009 1 Comment ›› Ben DuPré

Weighing in once again on the California fight for traditional marriage, the state Supreme Court, 6-1, upheld the same-sex marriage ban added to the state constitution by Proposition 8 passed in last November's election.  That vote last November was itself a rebuking response to this same Court's activist ruling 6 months prior, holding that ...

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Misjudging Miss California

Apr 30, 2009 9 Comments ›› Ben DuPré

“She lost not because she doesn’t believe in gay marriage. Miss California lost because she is a dumb [expletive].” This was the charming reaction from Miss USA judge and open homosexual Perez Hilton after Carrie Prejean, a Christian college student at San Diego Christian College, dared to say she believed “that a marriage should be ...

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California homosexuals show what hate really looks like

Nov 26, 2008 2 Comments ›› Ben DuPré

This Thanksgiving season liberals and pro-abortionists in America have much to be thankful for.  They have elected the most liberal, most pro-abortion President to date with all the “change” in traditional values that he promises to foist on the nation. On one very important issue, however, traditional values continue to win out: marriage.  In 30 states ...

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Election Reflections

Nov 20, 2008 1 Comment ›› John Eidsmoe

Wednesday Morning, Nov. 5, 2008: As I left the house to feed my horse this morning, I noted that the trees were the most brilliant autumn gold I can remember. And I thought to myself, God is still on His throne, and despite the election results last night, life will go on. Please don’t ...

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Hope in the midst of change

Nov 7, 2008 1 Comment ›› Ben DuPré

 A contentious and historic Presidential election is now concluded and Barack Obama, the first black man to ever attain the Chief Executive's office, will be sworn in January 20, 2009, as the 44th President of the United States.  He has stoked great expectations of "change" for America, although we at Firm Foundation are particularly concerned ...

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Immorality going more and more on the offense

Jun 12, 2008 2 Comments ›› Ben DuPré

It's bad enough that the liberal California Supreme Court has imposed homosexual "marriage" on a people who voted it down eight years ago.  That same Court last month heard oral arguments that two doctors, against their Christian beliefs, should, under California law, be forced to perform artificial insemination on a lesbian who wanted to have a child with her ...

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The ungodly union of law and activism at the Calif. Supreme Court

May 28, 2008 1 Comment ›› Ben DuPré

When is a judge not a judge?  When he acts like a legislator and invents law from the bench, applying "law" he feels instead of the law he finds.  Though leftists and homosexual activists are hailing them as courageous trendsetters, Judge Moore writes in his column this week (Passions, politics and prejudices on California high court) that ...

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