She bought the pill, used it to murder her baby, then delivered her victim into the toilet.
If abolishing state-sanctioned murder by abortion is important to you, then we must apply our understanding of competing worldviews to the governor’s race.
The compromised laws of Governor Kevin Stitt and legislative leaders leave thousands of babies unprotected and subject to murder by abortion in coming years.
Ownership is not ownership if nothing is actually possessed. You can holler, “That’s my lunch money!” but the bully still has it until you take it back, and he’s not likely to hand it over just because you keep asking. This is the fundamental flaw in the Pro-life Movement’s SCOTUS-centered paradigm.
Legislators ought to use instructive admonition, political pressure, and financial leverage to move State executives to abolish abortion.
The job of the Legislature is to make it clear that abortion is criminal. It must remove all contradictions and ambiguity. Yet, neither Senate President Matt Pinnell, Pro Tem Greg Treat, nor House Speaker Charles McCall has had the courage to criminalize abortion.
Following is a review of the three bills which have advanced. Note that none of them is a bill of abolition, or would provide equal protection under the law, or restore the right to life.