Tag Archives: Roe v. Wade

The Connections Needed between Abortion, Religion, and Science

David Harsanyi, in his article “Abortion, Religion, and Science” in Reason Magazine make several sad and accurate declarations in bringing, and recommending, reason and logic to the USA abortion debate.  He seems to lamenting that though “abortion is a social … Continue reading

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Brilliant Pro-Life Signs

Couple of great signs out of the March for Life in Washington DC yesterday I thought I’d share, which were just a few in a crowd of about 300,000, (based on reliable Catholic sources):

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38th March for Life Observations: Thoughts for Consideration

These were signs worn by men and women standing on the Rally Stage podium during the March for Life this morning – how brave, how strong, how remarkable! Numerous websites are talking about the large contingent of young folks who … Continue reading

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Roe vs. Wade 38th Anniversary: Why it Matters

As today is the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, Cowboy Papist thinks it appropriate to share a few pro-life quotes that resonate truth, (thanks to Amy Smith at National Catholic Register).  Amy also shares with me my hopeful view for … Continue reading

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The President’s (Insincere) Speech in Tucson

Very interesting opinion piece here by Bishop Thomas J. Tobin of the Diocese of Providence on the president’s speech in Tucson after the terrible shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the murder of six others, “Why I Wasn’t Impressed.” Of … Continue reading

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Abortion Hope – Stop Dividing Society

It continues to astound me the commitment we have in our culture for abortion.  I can understand how, when Roe vs. Wade became law, that the wave of personal freedoms instead of the rule of law would influence many young … Continue reading

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