It’s almost cliché in pro-life circles that on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade for coming close to 50 years, hundreds of thousands of people march for life, and almost no one in the media can see them. Like Pro-Life Ninjas, they move in and out of the nation’s capitol undetected....until a teenager with a “Make America Great Again” hat was faced with a reality of political life today, the professional protestor causing agitation while fellow activists filmed attempts to cause a media moment.
In the same month in which hundreds of thousands will come to Washington D.C. to March for Life in sad memorial of the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that created a legal right to abortion, the justices may take up a case that gives them the chance to reconsider. Vice President Mike Pence cracked the door to that possibility in 2016 with the stroke of a pen in defense of women in a unique #MeToo moment.
The anniversary of Roe v. Wade and Doe V. Bolton approaches, marking the beginning of the debate over whether abortion is truly a Constitutional right and what that looks like in daily life.
’Tis the season for reflection and shopping, as nationwide many of us think about the people who give our lives meaning and consider how we want to express our affection. And with all due respect to the man in the red suit, central to this time of year is the story of a woman, a baby, taxes and a lack of options.
Concerned for the future of the next generation, thousands march from places far away toward Washington, D.C. Women and men, old and young, joining together for the hope that with perseverance, short-term difficulties will be replaced with justice, joy, and opportunity. The human story told in moving pictures is presumed to impact how people may vote. The tragedy is that the event is ignored by the media, who turn a blind eye to the passions of a diverse group of people moved to act.
With the proxy war over abortion that has taken place these last few months during the confirmation process of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the need to address the abortion industry talking points has never been greater. The political allies of abortion are willing to say anything to maintain control of the courts and taxpayer dollars. In my Lies Pro-Choice Politicians Tell speaking tour hitting college campuses this fall, I’m addressing the political spin of the abortion industry, talking with students about many of the myths surrounding abortion.
I’m about to tell you something that is going to shock your system: politicians lie. I know, I know, that may be hard for you to hear, but yes, it’s true. In fact, pro-choice politicians lie, like a lot. They lie like a penny in a parking lot or cooped up dog basking in the sunshine on my porch (this is apparently a thing) or even, some would say, like a Persian rug on a rich man’s floor.
The circus surrounding the confirmation process for Judge Brett Kavanaugh to take a seat at the Supreme Court has made for an intense summer. The last-minute accusations will be sorted out and should be, but the reason that this appointment is so important stems from a fundamental breakdown in the separation of powers. For too long, activists have avoided bringing their extremist desires to the voters for review and instead have tried to ride roughshod over the American people.
On its way to the desk of California Gov. Jerry Brown is an abortion bill like no other one that would require college and university health centers to transform from medical centers designed to protect and maximize students’ health to abortion vendors.