The Democratic Party is as radical as we have ever seen on the issue of abortion, but the policies that average Democrats support generally do holistically protect life and limit abortions.
The latest Marist poll paints a hopeful picture of pro-life voter influence, but stronger lines of evidence indicate pro-life views will have little effect on the 2020 presidential race.
Pete Buttigieg and other leading candidates refuse to affirm language supporting the diversity of thought on abortion in the Democratic Party platform. Here’s why I’m staying, in spite of everything.
Let’s not kid ourselves. Abortion restrictions work. They have large, rapid effects and save tens of thousands of lives from the cruelty of murder in the womb.
Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act acknowledges that all unborn children who have reached 15 weeks gestation, regardless of how they were conceived, have equal rights.
The progressive contribution to the modern abortion debate is, on average, the most science-free political discourse you’re apt to find.
Although the bill enjoys support across demographic and party lines it’s also highly unlikely to ever reach the Senate floor for a vote. That should change.
Tim Murphy’s failure to live up to the values he has espoused should not merely be atomized and swept through the news cycle as a one-off.
The Democratic candidate for president has only pushed harder against the mainstream and doubled down on an agenda that most Americans would never vote for themselves.
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