In 2005, the Witherspoon School of Law and Public Policy held a conference in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. The school’s name was something of a misnomer: Rather than grant JDs, Witherspoon staged seminars and lectures offering lessons in what it summarized as “the comprehensive biblical foundation for our common law and constitutional government.” Its target audience was homeschooled young men. The school itself was a project of Vision Forum, a Texas-based ministry whose founder was also a leader in the Christian Patriarchy movement, which preaches, among other things, that husbands should vote for their wives.
Most sitting judges would go to great pains to avoid such a gathering. But Tom Parker,
***Roe v. Wade Supreme Court Decision
The complete Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, January 22, 1973. Includes concurring and dissenting opinions.
ROE v. WADE, 410 U.S. 113 (1973)
410 U.S. 113 (find @ http://womenshistory.about.com/library/etext/gov/bl_roe_a.htm)