The battle against abortion in Alabama is just the beginning. Pro-lifers want to take these bills to the Supreme Court in hopes of reversing Roe.
Defenders of the abortion regime don’t rely on science, but on philosophical contortionism that disintegrates upon exposure to actual scientific evidence.
‘When a women is pregnant, that is not a human being inside of her. It is part of her body. This is about a women having full agency and control of her body.’
Hollywood elites are threatening the state of Georgia with a boycott if the state protects unborn lives once their heartbeat is detectable. Georgians don’t need Hollywood’s consent to affirm humans’ personhood.
Melodramatic headlines that make pro-lifers seem hypocritical are straight out of the mainstream media playbook, designed to deceive. In this case it’s more overt than usual.
Instead of proposing bans on abortions at six weeks, the GOP should focus on a few other, more effective, ideas, especially since they’ve left major campaign promises unfulfilled.
In a story about an Ohio bill restricting abortion to the first six weeks of a pregnancy, NPR used the phrase ‘sounds from the fetus’ to describe a baby’s heartbeat.
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