Born-alive legislation shouldn’t be controversial. It merely says once a child is born, doctors should treat the baby regardless of whether his parents will be birth parents or adoptive.
The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act bill has a chance. Because a lot of people are angry about little babies being left alone on a table to die.
The only premise from which a rejection of born-alive protections can be mounted is the idea that a woman is entitled to terminate her responsibilities as a parent with lethal, violent force.
If ‘the line’ isn’t at birth, where does one draw it? Who can’t be killed? The Democrats are hiding from their own tacit endorsement of infanticide.
The Obama administration did everything it could to transform abortion, a procedure that ends a life, into something to celebrate.
Sen. Ben Sasse’s bill merely requires a medical team to treat a survivor of abortion the same as Jen Gunter’s doctors treated her three premature babies.
Senate Democrats struggled to find an effective way to lie about opposing a bill that prohibits the practice of euthanasia.
What our country needs is the Deliver-Alive Human Being Protection Act: A law that unequivocally protects fetuses once they can survive outside the womb, currently 22 weeks.
Most advocates of late-term abortion will do anything to avoid describing the unpleasant realities and consequences of their increasingly radical position.
Gov. Ralph Northam’s political career may be dead, but Virginia law still allows abortionists to kill newborns by withholding medical care.
For all the cries of ‘extremism’ at any attempt to limit abortion, the Democratic Party is now defending practices that amount to infanticide.
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