Work From Home

by Diane Rufino

LET THIS SIMPLE ARTICLE BE A WARNING….

 

KNOW YOUR CONSTITUTION !!  BRUSH UP ON IT.  DEFEND IT.

 

If you don't, then progressive, idiotic, asinine ("ass" inine) law school professors will try to convince you of a ridiculous argument such as the following one, and even worse, shape the minds of future lawyers and judges who will be tasked with interpreting the Constitution --

 

The following comes from Professor Andrew Koppelman, of Northwestern University, School of Law:

     “My claim is that the 13th amendment (prohibiting Slavery and Involuntary Servitude) is violated by laws that prohibit abortion. When women are compelled to carry and bear children, they are subjected to "involuntary servitude" in violation of the amendment. Abortion prohibitions violate the Amendment's guarantee of personal liberty, because forced pregnancy and childbirth, by compelling the woman to serve the fetus, creates "that control by which the personal service of one man [sic] is disposed of or coerced for another's benefit which is the essence of involuntary servitude." Such laws violate the amendment's guarantee of equality, because forcing women to be mothers makes them into a servant caste, a group which, by virtue of a status of birth, is held subject to a special duty to serve others and not themselves."

OMG !!  Can he be for real?  Luckily for the unborn, Professor Koppelman's claim is premised on a glaring fundamental and fatal flaw..... OUR FOUNDING DOCUMENTS are grounded in NATURAL LAW. Nature's laws tell us that a woman is genetically and naturally tasked with the miracle of life. No part of the Declaration or US Constitution can conflict with Natural law. Laws are strongest and most sound when they further the laws of nature and are weakest, counterproductive, and most destabilizing when they conflict with them.  

 

I found Koppelman’s argument offensive and I find the fact that schools employ men of his inability ability to understand key documents and reason on their behalf very troubling.

 

PATRIOTS, PARENTS, CITIZENS -- Keep your ears open and expose these asses .... I mean, asinine professors.

 

 

To read Professor Koppleman’s troubling article -

http://scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?ar...

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Comment by andrew utecht on February 2, 2014 at 12:04pm

It is too bad that his mother was not 'pro choice'

Comment by Judy Lyford on February 2, 2014 at 1:01am

Sickening.

Comment by Rick Faircloth on February 1, 2014 at 9:52pm

Unbelievable...

Comment by Edward Fraser on January 31, 2014 at 2:12pm

No apologies necessary Diane - your analysis is spot on. My daughter had a couple of really way out lefties when she went through law school so it just struck a nerve. keep up the great work.

Comment by Diane Rufino on January 31, 2014 at 12:03pm

Yes Edward, willful ignorance and progressive ideology are equal opportunity traits !!  I apologize for the oversight.

Comment by Edward Fraser on January 31, 2014 at 11:46am

I found Koppelman’s argument offensive and I find the fact that schools employ men of his inability ability to understand key documents and reason on their behalf very troubling.

They also employ "women" with with similar inabilities. So it's not just a man's domain. To send ones child to college, now days especially, is very risky to say the least - unless you find one such as Hillsdale College, Grove City College, etc. 

Comment by John Palmer on January 31, 2014 at 11:32am

The law professor provoked thought and discussion.  Lawyers must be able to defend positions which are indefensible at times.   I don't like his analogy. Let's hope his students are better judges of natural law and reject his argument.  

Comment by Diane Rufino on January 31, 2014 at 11:27am

Dr. Carpenter, you complimented me and made me laugh.  Thanks very much.  My last 2 posts have been short !!  Maybe it's a new trend.  My next article is about 4 1/2 pages and makes the argument that Obamacare violates the 13th amendment's prohibition of "involuntary servitude."  That's not too long, right?  I'll be posting that one later today. I'm confined to my house because of a winter storm and so I'm trying to put some of my thoughts down on paper.  Have a great week-end, Dr. C. 

Comment by Frank Chance Chenoweth on January 31, 2014 at 10:51am

Diane,

     I know our educator tack far left--I had to start retraining my child at age 7 when he came home and told me voted for Bill Clinton in his kindegarten class' election in 1996--but this is ridiculous!  Northwestern is one of our highest institutions of learning.  Disgusting!  Thanks for sharing this with us.

--Frank Nitty

Comment by Frank Starling on January 31, 2014 at 10:21am

"by compelling the woman to serve the fetus, creates "that control by which the personal service of one man [sic] is disposed of or coerced for another" This statement is a declration that the fetus (his term I call it a child) is a man, a person who is deserving of the full protections of our Constitution.

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