The 5th Circuit judges asked FDA counsel if the most widely used form of abortion requires a doctor. She answered, “No doctor has to be involved. That’s true.”
Category: In The News
Skop at Newsweek: ‘Between a Woman and Her Doctor?’ Not With Mail-Order Abortion Pills
The image of an involved doctor paints a false picture of how abortion is practiced in modern America—to which many abortion advocates cling.
Dannenfelser and Fitzgerald: North Carolina’s 12-Week Protection Bill Represents Public Consensus
Throughout his crusade, Gov. Cooper has characterized the legislation that would protect unborn children from abortion starting at 12 weeks as “extreme.” In reality, protecting babies at 12-weeks has the support of 62% of North Carolinians.
Dannenfelser and Hyde-Smith at RealClearPolicy: Not Enough Abortions?
When Americans think about supporting U.S. troops, they usually think about servicemembers with difficult deployments far from their families. Or wounded veterans in need of health care, jobs, or homes. You know what doesn’t top the list? Abortion. “Not enough abortions” probably never crosses their minds as a problem that needs solving, much less at taxpayer expense.
Dannenfelser and Ohden at RealClearPolitics: Kansas and Arizona Governors Veto Bills Prohibiting Infanticide
It’s estimated that more than 1,700 babies survive attempted abortions yearly in the U.S., and more than 85,000 survived abortions during the Roe v. Wade era.
E. V. Osment at Daily Caller: Dear Dobbs Leaker — Congrats! You Failed Miserably
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was fond of saying, “At the Supreme Court, those who know don’t talk, and those who talk don’t know.” RBG clearly underestimated what you were capable of, dear leaker.