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COMMENTARY: Once the Supreme Court stops propping up the Sexual Revolution with so-called rights invented out of thin air, a lot of “settled issues” will be unsettled.
By Jennifer Roback Morse, EWTN News, May 18, 2022
Jennifer Roback Morse has a Ph.D. in economics and has taught at Yale and George Mason University. .. Jennifer Roback Morse Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D. is founder and president of the Ruth Institute, which helps the victims of the Sexual Revolution recover from their experiences and become advocates for positive change.
The Sexual Revolutionaries are not wrong to be fretting over “gay marriage” and contraception, but not necessarily for the reason they think.
They should be worried, regardless of any assurances the Supreme Court justices may give in their soon-to-be-released opinion on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health. They should be worried, regardless of whether we pro-lifers are really as nefarious as they think. They should be worried, for one simple reason: Once the court stops propping up the Sexual Revolution with so-called rights invented out of thin air, a lot of “settled issues” will be unsettled.
Although in his draft of a Roe decision, Justice Samuel Alito said it would not impact other so-called rights, like “gay marriage,” logic would suggest otherwise. Mandating an unlimited abortion license required the Supreme Court to invent rights in the Constitution that simply aren’t there. There’s no right to privacy, which the court claimed to find in the First Amendment. …