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Debating the Issues of The Day: “Amy Coney Barrett and Abortion” (Online)
October 14 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sy has been writing a weekly current events blog for several years, and his followers are many. In this program he presents a weekly topic and statements about it, all for discussion and debate. Sy Amkraut moderates.
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Amy Coney Barrett was interviewed by Sen. Graham today in her confirmation for a seat on the Supreme Court .
Barrett confirmed again that she would base her decisions on the “rule of law and not on her personal believes “.
The 14th and 15th Amendment stated that the State cannot over turn Life , Liberty or Property without due process of the law.
Judge Barrett is a practicing Roman Catholic and she affirmed the fact that she believes in, “right to life.” No abortion.
However the Constitution can be amended by the concept of “precedent.”
Precedent is interpreted as a law that in time has been adopted as a way of life for the citizens of the United States.
In Roe v Wade and Casey you cannot undo a women’s right to terminate a pregnancy.
Barrett must decide if Roe v wade that was adopted in 1973, in Casey ,in subsequent decision and adopted and used by American women is Precedent. The nomination will unquestionably be confirmed . This question must also be answered on about Obama Care which was adapted and used since March 2010.
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