Post-Roe America Begins Now

Posted: Jun 24, 2022 3:34 PM

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“Nights of Rage” are how some pro-abortion activists described their plans for the days following the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. By the time you read this, I hope we will know it was all talk from extremists. But in the weeks after the draft leak of the decision, there was violence. In a country of division, can we at least stand up against more violence — even beyond the violence of abortion?For a half-century, the pro-life movement has been making the case for the humanity of the unborn child. We’ve prayed. We’ve peacefully protested. Most years, it didn’t really make the secular news, but we’ve marched on Washington every frigid January, begging the court to overturn Roe v. Wade. It hasn’t been fun, but every year we see more and more young people, filled with hopeful joy that this wrong will be righted.Anyone who has ever seen a sonogram knows that there is a developing child in the womb. President Joe Biden recently made a slip and said that a woman should have a right to abort her child. It was unintentional on his part, I assume, given the left’s decades-long insistence on euphemisms when it comes to abortion. But let’s talk abo …

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