On Tuesday, with all the casualness of a lunch order Chris Cuomo revealed a significant personal bias about one of today’s most contentious political issues.
The story of Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood clinic director turned pro-life activist, should remind us all that abortion hurts living babies.
It explores dynamics within the pro-life movement between sidewalk counselors who offer hope to women and protestors who take a more aggressive approach.
The pro-life movement seems to have no answer to courts allowing blue states to expand abortion and preventing red states from limiting it even in the smallest ways.
Don’t downplay the important role that legislative and educational efforts are playing in the long-term decline of the U.S. abortion rate.
We can’t prove (yet) that pregnancy help is the main thing driving the drop in abortion numbers in the United States, but it is certainly a chief candidate for study.
Overturning Roe and its associated rulings will be like summiting a molehill at the foot of a mountain. Blue states will not easily give up their power to facilitate innocent deaths.
The revelation that abortion rights activists have geared up to push radical legislation in as many as 25 states throws a spotlight on the misleading media coverage of the issue.
Don’t let the pro-murder crowd hide from their barbarism by dictating the terms of the debate. Hurting some people’s feelings is a small price to pay for saving the lives of innocent children.
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.
Most Americans think abortion should be legal during the first trimester, up until about 13 weeks. But do they know that babies have a heart, and arms and legs they kick that early?
There is no reset button for abortion, and the unspoken costs have been devastating; abortion either breaks a woman’s heart, or it hardens it.
We’re nowhere near as extreme as pro-choice activists claim when it comes to abortion attitudes. Most of the population favors a moderate, nuanced approach.
Pro-lifers can draw inspiration from the generations of civil rights heroes who came before us and made sure that the only thing needed to grant us human rights is our humanity.
‘People who have abortions are good people, and abortion has helped millions of us live our best lives. We are not sorry.’
Abby Johnson has faced fierce criticism since leaving the abortion industry. She expects more to come in 2019, as her story hits theaters.
If abortion is killing, and killing typically leads to jail time in our society, why do we so readily offer an exception for women who get abortions?
The positions are not necessarily in conflict, but prudent people should avoid support for the death penalty anyway.
Just as bitterness over the end of slavery sparked horrendous backlash over the coming decades, the end of Roe v. Wade could quickly turn into a Pyrrhic victory.
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