In a post on the Originalism blog, Andrew Hyman points out that viability was “universally rejected as a legal standard” for regulation of abortion.
Pro-life lawmakers pledge to resist spending bills that don’t include the Hyde amendment.
These protections do not include insurance against being separated from one’s birth mother, nor protection from abandonment or abortion.
When scientists and bioethicists promise to draw ethical lines about experimenting on unborn life, they don’t really mean it. It’s all a big con.
If enacted, the law would make South Carolina one of about a dozen states to protect unborn children after a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
The president and his inaugural poet inadvertently force essential questions.
The cause is just and peaceful in the face of intimate violence shrouded by euphemisms that lie.
Our new president recently signed an executive order that allows American tax dollars to provide or promote abortion around the globe.
The pro-life movement has had great success over the decades, even under presidential administrations that support abortion.
A more just society means an end to abortion.