Dannenfelser: Anybody who embraces abortion up until the end and wants taxpayers to pay for it is not a viable candidate. And I think Democrats are going to start to see this at the polls.
We know more than ever before about the development of the child in the womb — the fact that there are two people in every abortion decision.
We need to move the U.S. back in line with modern science.
Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell wrote an opinion piece Monday supporting American corporations’ fight against pro-life laws, describing these companies as the “last firewall against the GOP’s assault on women’s rights” and praising them for actions that “respect women’s constitutional rights to reproductive autonomy.”
Since the Supreme Court legalized abortion in 1973, more than 62 million unborn children in the United States have been aborted. In other words, nearly 20% of the U.S. population is gone — lives of incalculable promise were ended before they were born.
“We call on the D.C. medical examiner to do an autopsy of these children’s bodies and for federal authorities to perform a thorough, unsparing investigation and prosecute violations of the law,” Susan B. Anthony List President Marjorie Dannenfelser said in a statement. “Ending abortion is the human rights battle of our time and we hope that a just Supreme Court decision in the Dobbs case soon allows all states to take action.”
How often have the pro-life movement and Sen. Bernie Sanders been united on an issue? It happened in February when President Biden’s nomination of Dr. Robert Califf to become commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration sparked something exceedingly rare in modern Washington: bipartisan opposition.