Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Trump Supreme Court Pick #SCOTUS

Many are concerned that the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, a conservative federal appeals court judge, will weaken or overturn Roe v Wade legislation. Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson were adamant supporters for the separation of church as state for the obvious reason that a religious majority or powerful political group could easily suppress the rights of all under the guise of divine providence. Today's push to restore America's dominance, an effort that will be thwarted by cycles driven by the invisible hand rather than politicians, appears to be ignoring the founding father's clear warning.

The suppression of women, a group long thought as second class citizens throughout the world is coming to end. Women are well educated, highly motivated, and display emotional intelligence that elude a large cross-section of men. Telling women what's right for them, whether disguised by religion, common sense, patriotism etc., is an infringement of choice and loss of freedom. We diminish freedom for everyone when infringe on the choices for any group within society. Telling women what they can or cannot do to their bodies without equal representation within all branches of government will, and as we'll soon see already has awaken a sleeping giant of cultural revolution spreading across the planet. My only suggestion to readers and legislative representatives is offer a helping hand rather than slapping it to protect freedom for all. If not, get used to protests and rising social disorder.

Headline: Where Does Trump's Supreme Court Pick Stand on Abortion?

Many have voiced concern over the future of legal abortion in the United States following Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement, but the president's nominee to fill Kennedy's seat, Brett Kavanaugh, has a relatively thin record of public comment and legal decisions on abortion rights, NBC News reported.

Kavanaugh, a federal appeals court judge, is a solidly conservative jurist who is unlikely to side with the court's liberal wing on social issues. But with a limited amount of comment and legal decisions regarding abortion, it's hard to tell whether he would vote to overturn the landmark Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion in 1973.



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