Abortion does not save lives. It ends them. 55 million over the past 40 years to be precise.
But that irrefutable fact didn’t stop MSNBC host Toure Neblett this past week from thanking God that abortion is legal, and that in some ways it saved his life.
Just how did it save his life? you’re probably wondering.
I’ll let Mr Neblett explain:
15 years [ago] I was in a committed relationship with... More
“Along with traditional means such as witness of life, catechetics, personal contact, popular piety, the liturgy and similar celebrations, the use of media is now essential in evangelization and catechesis. Indeed, “the Church would feel guilty before the Lord if she did not utilize these powerful means that human skill is daily rendering more perfect”. The media of social commun... More
Today marks 40 years since the Supreme Court decisions Roe and Doe which allowed for abortion at any time during gestation for any reason.
I’ll be on CNN “Newsroom” just after 9 a.m. ET to discuss some follow up ideas to my piece from last week. No, I don’t agree with Time magazine. I don’t think abortion advocates are losing. Witness the most recent elections a... More
Earlier today, I found myself on the website of the Center for Reproductive Rights. On it, there is an a section dedicated to Roe v. Wade on its 38th anniversary. Melissa Harris-Perry, a Princeton professor I recognize from too much MSNBC viewing (she is a frequent guest and guest host on the network), has the following quote there: “Why is Roe v Wade important to me? It means that my friends, ... More