- Abortion buffer zone harms women
- A physician's view on the sanctity of life
- Thousands march for the unborn at Walk for Life West Coast
The Supreme Court is often polarized on questions related to abortion. On Wednesday, January 15th, the court heard McCullen v. Coakley, a case which offers the justices a rare opportunity to come together from diverse perspectives to issue a ruling.
Several years ago, I was consulted by a young woman who was 33 weeks pregnant and was on her way to Kansas to get an abortion. I informed her of the multiple options available to her outside of abortion, and she decided to go through with the pregnancy.
As one tweeter put it, Wednesday was National “Media Ignores March for Life Day” in Washington, D.C. Icy weather closed area schools, but it didn't keep thousands and thousands from marking the 41st anniversary of Roe v. Wade on the National Mall.