To be fair if he wasn't genuinely endangering them this might actually qualify as a hate crime.

San Francisco called a state of emergency today.

About time. It's been in a state of emergency for years!

@realcaseyrollins im going to try and upgrade versions, see if that fixes this...

@freemo It stopped updating awhile back, all of the hashtags are old and nobody's using the ones that are currently listed as trending.

Direct violation of my 4th and 5th amendment rights by this obvious CIA implant.

So...when is our Trending section gonna be fixed?

Pro-life victory! Appeals court sides with Trump rules regarding abortions

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Dear Friend,

On Monday, a U.S. appeals court upheld Trump administration rules that bar health care providers in the federal family planning program for low-income women from referring patients for abortions. The 7-4 ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned decisions issued by judges in Washington, Oregon, and California. The court had already allowed the administration's changes to begin taking effect while the government appealed those rulings.

Read the full story at OneNewsNow.com.

The changes ban taxpayer-funded clinics in the Title X program from making abortion referrals, a restriction that opponents characterize as a "gag rule." They also prohibit clinics that receive federal money from sharing office space with abortion providers, which critics said will force many Title X providers to find new locations, undergo expensive remodels, or shut down — reducing access to the program.

It is noteworthy that this decision was reached by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. This court, the largest appellate circuit in the nation, has earned the unaffectionate "9th Circus" moniker in legal circles because its decisions are reversed by the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) more than any other circuit. It is also known as a court that leans in a distinctly unconstitutional direction. Then presidential candidate Donald Trump promised to nominate constitutionalist jurists to the federal bench at every level of the judiciary. That promise led many people concerned about the way the courts have been used to foist a secular progressive agenda on the nation. Thus far, Trump has kept that promise.

Though it gets most of the attention in the national media, SCOTUS usually hears about 100 cases per year. The appellate courts, however, hear about 30,000 cases per year. That means our country is usually left with the decisions made at the appellate level. The 9th Circuit's 7-4 decision upholding Trump’s Title X rule, the same rule that removed $60 million per year from Planned Parenthood, is an early indication that the president’s judicial strategy is working. The seven judges that upheld the Title X rule were all appointed by Republican presidents. Two of the seven judges in the majority were appointed by Trump in 2019. The four judges who opposed Trump's efforts to protect unborn children’s lives were all appointed by former President Bill Clinton. Elections have consequences. One of the lasting consequences of presidential elections is the makeup of the federal judiciary.

President Trump has followed through on his campaign promises to be a pro-life president and make protecting the lives of innocent unborn babies a priority. Please continue to pray for him, and pray that we will see the end of abortion in America one day soon.

Thank you,

Please Donate and Thank You.

www.afa.net

@MajorMike2020 @realcaseyrollins @Mikoto Exactly. There are only two things that matter in this world: cash, and money. You've got my vote, Mr. Bloomberg.

@pasture @Mikoto@fedi.absturztau.be The article definitely reeks of both racism and sexism, but makes an eloquent and timely point that nobody is really mentioning rn; the current development system is a structured monarchy that doesn't take everyone's feedback into account.

Happy Holidays! We're Soft-launching our Crowdfunding campaign for #Florence

If you've been wanting to throw cash our way now you can on Open Collective:

opencollective.com/florence-so

Blog post:

write.as/florence/help-florenc

@mdhughes @maloki is probably the best person to ask but AFAIK it's still in development. Most of the activity around it is in the Mattermost here: chat.florencesoc.org/

Is #ForkOff #ForkTogether #Florence actually running anywhere? The github github.com/florence-social/mas
shows very little activity since last summer, and their website's dead.

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