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The Supreme Court Sows Confusion about Abortion Law

Mar 21, 2018

By Clarke D. Forsythe This article originally appeared in National Review Online on March 21, 2018. Clarifying and settling the law are among the most important responsibilities of the Supreme Court in the American constitutional system, and something the Court is frequently called on to do….

If walls could talk, would they advertise abortions?

Mar 19, 2018

By Catherine Glenn Foster This article originally appeared in The Hill on March 19, 2018. What do you have on your walls? As I look around my office, I can see my law degree, signs I have carried in protests and rallies to defend life,…

Pro-Life Is Pro-Women’s Health

Mar 9, 2018

By Catherine Glenn Foster This article originally appeared in Real Clear Health on March 9, 2018. With the re-institution of a comprehensive, pro-life policy that blocks the use of taxpayer dollars to pay for overseas abortions, the United States stands as a beacon of pro-women…

Susan B. Anthony Would Be No Fan of Today’s ‘Feminism’

Feb 15, 2018

By Deanna Wallace This article originally appeared in Townhall on February 15, 2018. As we celebrate the 198th birthday of Susan B. Anthony, one of the Founding Mothers of American Feminism, conversations always arise regarding the true meaning of feminism. Just over a year ago, millions of American…

The state of abortion legislation 45 years after Roe

Feb 2, 2018

By Catherine Glenn Foster Originally published in The Hill, on February 2, 2018. With just one year under his belt, it took an hour and twenty minutes for the president to reflect last week on our nation’s latest milestones in his State of the Union…

Like 21 States, Congress should pass a five-month limit on abortion

Jan 29, 2018

By Clarke Forsythe Originally published in Townhall, on January 29, 2018. In 2007, for the first time since 1973, five Supreme Court justices expressed grave concern with late-term abortions, in a case called Gonzales v. Carhart, and upheld the federal Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act. Numerous lawyers and elected…

Court’s Shocking Decision Will Make U.S. an Abortion Destination

Oct 27, 2017

By Catherine Glenn Foster Originally published in LifeZette, October 27, 2017. “I don’t feel sure about having a child.” With these words, “Jane Doe,” an undocumented Guatemalan immigrant, could have been speaking for millions of women facing pregnancy and childbirth. Instead, she spoke them as the epicenter…

 
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