The pro-life movement has too much bark and no bite, too much signal and too little virtue. It takes participation in a march as more significant than legal victories ending abortion.
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.
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.
It’s a fallacy to claim that the pro-life community seeks to force childbirth and compel women to render themselves human sacrifices for their unborn children.
Thanks to the abortion industry, leading Democrats have a complete lack of awareness about American support for basic abortion restrictions and even what Democrat voters believe.
Unsurprisingly, the Guttmacher Institute consistently releases data they say shows that their abortion industry allies and funders have done no harm.
The most salient and effective tools in the pro-life arsenal are the cold, hard facts about abortion: it is a medical procedure that kills innocent human beings. That’s why the Left avoids the truth.
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.
Women end up in emergency departments after botched abortions, but the abortion lobby wants to end records of those events rather than increase medical standards.
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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