While the “Women’s March” concentrated on the desire to be able to fix “a mistake” that happened as a result of sexual activity and that “mistake” was going to interfere with a career or other future plans (abortion on demand), the “March for Life” concentrated on life and the holocaust that has occurred since the Supreme Court decisions of 1973.
Forty-three years ago today the infamous Roe v Wade decision was handed down by the United States Supreme Court. Its decision, as that with marriage on June 26, 2015, went beyond the power the US Constitution outlined for the judicial branch. Roe v Wade legalized abortion in all 50 states and since that date 58 million little Americans have been killed in the womb. This is truly a holocaust — a word those pushing abortion do not want to hear. The US Constitution gives legislative power to Congress — period — not the Courts — see Article I, Section 1. Is there anyone who has the will to rein the Court in?
1.) Is No Name Calling Week in your child’s school? 2.) President Obama’s statement on the anniversary of Roe v. Wad.
Thirty-eight years ago today the United States Supreme Court took away the rights of the states to determine the abortion issue. They ‘discovered’ the right to privacy in the United States Constitution and forced abortion on the entire country.