Results from Tag: 'roe v wade'
COMMENTARY: Once the Supreme Court stops propping up the sexual revolution with so-called rights invented out of thin air, a lot of ‘settled issues’ will be unsettled.
Many national newspapers across Europe carried the story of the leaked draft opinion as front-page news, indicating the influence of US policy on abortion laws on the continent.
The next opinion issuance day has not yet been scheduled on the Supreme Court’s calendar.
EDITORIAL: The pro-life movement’s legislative successes remain fragile and reversible without bringing about the profound cultural conversion necessary to sustain them.
Many in the U.S. are still reeling over the leaking of Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion revealing the Supreme Court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade. Protests have erupted. Politicians have dug in entrenched on either side of the abortion policy debate as the Dobbs decision approaches. The Register’s National Correspondent Lauretta Brown joins us today with reports from Washington, DC. And then our Senior Editor Jonathan Liedl helps us wade through the question of boycotts. Should pro-lifers boycott those big companies pouring funds into expanding abortion access? We weigh the situation here.
In response to the leak, abortion activists protested outside of justices’ private homes and attacked Catholic churches and pro-life pregnancy centers.
Democrats and Republicans strategize on the abortion issue following the unprecedented leaked SCOTUS draft opinion overturning the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationally in 1973.