Friday, March 08, 2019

Missouri Senator Hawley Ignites Controversy With 'Right To Life' Legal Questions

Under the radar of local media, the newbie Missouri Senator broke with tradition and sparked an important argument amid judge selection. Here's an explanation:

Originalism, the Right to Life, and Judicial Nominees | National Review

Senator Josh Hawley (R., Mo.), a member of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, set off a vigorous debate last week when he dared to raise the question of a federal appeals-court nominee's legal philosophy on the right to life. Though considered by some to be controversial or improper, Hawley's inquiry was measured, thoughtful, and needed.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

If u respect life and a woman's health, vasectomies would be more effective than right to life philosphy. Young teenage boys need to learn the phrase "annual male wellness exam" to get checked for STDs. Stop making girls and women be responsible for the burden of the safety and mistakes of sexual intercourse.

Silvia Stolz said...

National Review is a Jew-infested, Israel-First shitrag.

Anonymous said...

fucking is not a sport boys and girls.

Anonymous said...

make sex philosophies instead boring us with your philosophies on right to life.
st augustine already covered the philosophies on right to life.