COMMENTARY: The ethics and legality of elective abortion are completely different than that of treating pregnancy complications.
Results from Tag: 'Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization'
After the U.S. Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision overturned Roe v. Wade’s false assertion that abortion is a federally protected ‘right,’ the question of regulating abortion in America has returned once again to the 50 states. Many legislators and citizens will be faced with decisions on this important topic in the coming months. This week on Register Radio, we are joined by Paul Linton, a Catholic attorney and author of ‘Abortion Under State Constitutions,’ to discuss upcoming state battles on abortion. And then we talk with Alyssa Murphy, the Managing Editor of NCRegister.com, with a roundup of the stories you won’t want to miss.
The push to solidify support comes in the wake of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health decision.
COMMENTARY: Pro-lifers must be prepared to set the record straight.
The real reason why pregnancy help centers are so opposed by abortion zealots is because they expose one of the biggest mendacities of the abortion industry: that pro-lifers only care about the baby in the womb, not the mother, and stop caring once the baby is born.
A month after the Supreme Court issued its decision in Dobbs, effectively sending the legalization of abortion back to each state to legislate, we take a look at what’s happened in the national abortion policy debate and what states to watch. Lauretta Brown, the Register national correspondent, will report. Then Senior Editor Joan Frawley Desmond discusses another intense topic: “pregnant person.” That’s right — not “pregnant women” but generic “pregnant persons.” How has the transgender movement and the pro-abortion movement conflicted over what it means to be a woman?
In the wake of the June 24 ruling, a number of Catholic figures and institutions have spoken about abortion as merely one issue among many; critics are calling this a misapplication of the Church’s consistent ethic of life.
COMMENTARY: The extreme reaction on the part of many pro-abortionists to the overturning of Roe v. Wade is a clear indication of how infuriated people can be when their illusions are withdrawn from them.