Even supposing that an unborn child is not a person right now, it almost certainly will be one soon. That future must weigh in the moral balance.
The extremism of the abortion ideologues is archaic and barbaric.
In America, we fight to preserve the lives of unhatched sea turtles while we fight to end the lives of unborn babies.
For one thing, the argument isn’t new. It's partly rooted in the 14th Amendment.
Where voters support the Constitution’s guarantee of a right to life, what’s needed are legislators, executives, judges, jurors, and jailers who support it, too.
We know for certain that right now, the late Supreme Court justice knows the truth of abortion, a truth she assiduously avoided in her professional life.
Fr. Jenkins thinks his position as Notre Dame’s president means people are dying to hear from him. Truthfully, we aren’t. Not if he’s going to sound like an excuse-making infanticide cheerleader.
It’s worth taking a look at what these advocates are fighting to protect—and who they are willing to put at risk—to cover themselves in the glory of unfettered abortion.
At a recent campaign event, South Bend Mayor and presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg (D-Ind.) told a woman who identified as a pro-life Democrat that her […]
If the pro-abortion faction thought it had the winning argument, there would be no need for dirty tricks and intimidation.
The concept that babies are not human until they breathe, and have no right to live even after they are born, are doctrines of a death cult.
Trump, for all his foibles, has been fearless in his pursuit of pro-life causes. The Republican Congress, with the naïve compliance of too many, has been feckless.