Roe v. Wade kicked off the never-ending political football game of legal abortion.
Legislators ought to use instructive admonition, political pressure, and financial leverage to move State executives to abolish abortion.
Pro-life politicians keep offering human sacrifices to the gods of state and federal judges.
When executives refuse to stand up to judicial bullies, the bullies keep bullying. In this case they keep getting away with murder.
Pro-life media outlets are abuzz over the arguments being made in briefs filed with the Supreme Court of the United States in a high-profile abortion case.
The game is a con. We always lose. Abolition is not under the court shell because of stare decisis, and abolition is not under the legislative shell because they have no power to enforce it.
After signing contradictory “pro-life” bills, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt said, “We’ll let the courts work out if any of those get overturned.” The fate of preborn humans should not be left in the hands of corrupt courts.
Two contradictory bills have been sent to the governor thanks to a lack a principle and leadership. Governor Stitt will have to decipher this political geometry and decide what to do.
The practical, political, and philosophical problems with putting the question of abortion to a vote of the people.
Do we wait for the silver bullet that will kill abortion, or do we keep chipping away at Roe? This may be one of the most important questions we have ever been asked.