Charles C. Camosy (@ccamosy) is associate professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University and author of “Beyond the Abortion Wars: A Way Forward for a New Generation.”
It’s time to free ourselves from the vicious political cycle created by a cynical party duopoly that cares nothing for the least among us who bear the face of Christ, but only about preserving itself.
The double murder that killed Ally and her prenatal child is tragically typical example of how abortion rights have so grossly affected our culture.
Notre Dame is, in many ways, much closer in the West’s cultural imagination to a Temple of Apollo than a home of the living God.
About half of Americans are opposed to abortion, and more are disgusted by late-term and partial-birth abortions. Democrats should stop running radicals if they are serious about winning.
Can answers to a poll question like ‘Do you support Roe v. Wade?’ demonstrate that the public supports the abortion policy Roe requires? Not at all.
“We need to understand what’s going on in all 50 states, and attract candidates who are consistent with their messages but perhaps not on 100 percent of the issues,” Tom Perez said.
The abortion wars have poisoned our ability to even have a genuine argument. Pope Francis’s visit to the United States suggests an antidote.
Undercover videos have revealed practices that simply cannot bear the full light of day. What will we do about it?
If Justice Kennedy continues applying human dignity as a legal standard, then he is likely to continue shifting in favor of laws that defend the dignity of unborn human life.
The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act would ban abortions after 20 weeks gestation. And it’s probably consonant with Roe v. Wade.
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