Tag Archives: Roe v. Wade

Roe v. Wade, the “Cave Boys,” and the stain of abortion on our national character

By Dave Andrusko I suspect I was but one of tens, if not hundreds of millions of people who checked their Ipads and Droids and laptops every hour or so to hear the latest updates about the

Roe v. Wade subverted the Fourteenth Amendment to impose abortion on demand

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life In 1868, in the wake of the Civil War, the Fourteenth Amendment was added to the U.S. Constitution. It affirms (in part): “No State shall … deprive

“Rolling back” Roe v. Wade could well help protect other vulnerable patients

By Dave Andrusko We are hours away from pro-life President Donald Trump’s announcement who will be his nominee to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. The hysteria index is now approaching 100% as the Abortion Industrial

Roe “deserves to go the way of the Court’s other embarrassments and misfires”

By Dave Andrusko Each January 22 and—of course—each time there is a Supreme Court vacancy, as there is now, we read countless defenses of and criticisms of Roe v. Wade. NRLC over the decades has published hundreds

Theory behind Roe “does not make any sense”

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Everyone is figuratively on pins and needles in anticipation of Monday’s expected announcement by pro-life President Donald Trump who he will nominate to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy, who is retiring. As we

New Gallup Poll Shows Massive Opposition to Roe v. Wade

By Right to Life of Michigan Every year Gallup does polling on the issue of abortion. They are one of the better polling outfits, because they will ask more specific questions than most others. For the first

Why the Supreme Court’s 1992 “Casey” decision is so wrong

By Paul Stark The U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision made abortion legal nationwide in 1973. Fewer Americans know about the Court’s Planned Parenthood v. Casey ruling, which reaffirmed but also significantly altered the Roe decision.

45 years later… still lifting the veil of ignorance

By Dave Andrusko Earlier this week, NRL News Today posted a terrific summary of pro-life victories this legislative session written by Ingrid Duran, NRL State Legislative Director. Yesterday, I wrote a post, based on a new poll

Millennials, the Holocaust, & Roe v. Wade

By Katie Franklin Last week, a new survey was released on Holocaust Remembrance Day, revealing an astonishing finding: Two-thirds of US millennials don’t know what Auschwitz is. Leaders from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany,

The positive ripple effects of “rolling back” Roe v. Wade

By Dave Andrusko Since this is the last post of the day, let me get right to it. The Abortion Industrial Complex has known for years and years that no matter how many misrepresented polls they trot

Reflections on the anniversary of Dred Scott and its uncanny parallels to Roe v. Wade

By Dave Andrusko Tip of the hat to POLITICO for an excellent piece by Andrew Glass reminding us that it was this day, 161 years ago, that the Supreme Court handed down its awful Dred Scott v. Sanford

Pro-Life, Pro-Science: How advances lift the curtain on Roe

By John Stonestreet with G. Shane Morris One side of the political aisle likes to paint itself as pro-science. But when it comes to this most controversial social issue, science won’t toe their party line. Writing at