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Jun 25, 2022 / By: Michael Spielman
Category: Abortion in the News

Ernest Hemingway once observed that bankruptcy comes gradually, then suddenly. The same can be said of death. And as it turns out, Roe vs WadeRoe’s demise came just shy of its 50th birthday. Having survived decades of legal challenges, it wasn’t all that long ago that Roe seemed untouchable. And then somehow, a much-maligned single-term president was able to appoint three constitutionalists to the Supreme Court—which changed everything. Hallelujah! 

The world was given an unsanctioned sneak peak two months ago, but it wasn’t until yesterday that we could finally let out our collective breath. Roe is no more. That doesn’t mean abortion is going away anytime soon. It will still be legal in most of the states where most abortions occur, but—in the words of the new Top Gun—it is the first miracle. You only need observe the unhinged fury of the ruling class to realize what a truly miraculous outcome this is. Miraculous, yet dangerous—as evidenced by the Click here to read the rest.


Why Are Rich Men so Hellbent to Abort Poor Babies?

Jun 20, 2022 / By: Michael Spielman
Category: Abortion in the News

There isn’t much love lost these days between Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos. Or Elon Musk and Bill Gates. The world’s three richest men have clashed over COVID, climate change, and space travel—and yet all three seem aligned in their financial support of abortion. In the wake of last month’s leaked Roe reversal, Amazon, Microsoft, and Tesla all announced they will pay for affected employees to travel out of state to procure an abortion. Though Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates no longer helm the companies they started, they did set the social course that Amazon and Microsoft now follow. According to Gates, “a reversal of Roe v. Wade would set us back 50 years and disproportionally impact the most vulnerable women in society.”

Bill Gates is quite adept at spouting vacuous tropes about social responsibility while pushing…

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People for the Ethical Treatment of Unborn Humans

May 27, 2022 / By: Michael Spielman
Category: Abortion Arguments

At some level, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the most pro-life organization in the world. Aside from the nagging fact that they kill roughly two-thirds of the animals brought to their shelter (down from 80% in 2015), their hypothetical premise is that all life should be protected—even the feathered and four-legged variety. Fish too, of course, because “we’re all animals” according to PETA’s Joaquin Phoenix (and chicken) ad. They'll even sell you a T-shirt proclaiming: “I AM AN ANIMAL.” Hashtag: EndSpeciesism!

The issue of animal rights came up fairly often when I used to visit college campuses with the Genocide Awareness Project—which compares abortion to historically-recognized crimes against humanity. “Do you eat meat?” abortion advocates would ask with barely-contained glee. And when I answered in the affirmative, their triumphant response was always the same. “Then you’re not really pro-life!” As if that settled anything.…

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There’s No Shame in Pushing Abortion Out of Your State

Apr 13, 2022 / By: Michael Spielman
Category: Abortion in the News

Oregon’s 2020 abortion decline may have been historic, but there were two states who saw their abortion percentages fall even further. The abortion ratio—which measures abortions against births—fell by 13% in Oregon, by 20% in Oklahoma, and by a whopping 68% in South Dakota. These are all significant outliers, because the nationwide abortion ratio increased in 2020. The reason for South Dakota’s decline is fairly straightforward. The only abortion clinic in the state was closed for half the year. As a result, South Dakota’s already diminutive abortion total fell from 414 in 2019 to 125 in 2020. 

Abortion advocates will point out that South Dakota’s abortion total is artificially low. This is because a number of South Dakota women leave the state each year to have an abortion. To an extent, this is true of all states—but some states import more…

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Fear and Abortion in (Las) Oregon

Feb 24, 2022 / By: Michael Spielman
Category: Abortion in the News

It’s hard to figure out what’s going on in Oregon. Fear is up; abortion is down. That’s not the way it usually works. Normally the two go hand in hand. As trepidation increases, so does the frequency of abortion. But that’s not happening in Oregon. While nationwide abortions rose 2.6% in 2020, they fell by 20% in the Beaver State—and by another 6% in 2021. The national abortion ratio among reporting states (which measures abortions against births) increased 3.3% in 2020. In Oregon, it fell 13%—which hints at another disparity. U.S. pregnancies fell almost 3% in 2020 among reporting states. In Oregon, total pregnancies decreased by more than twice that. In fact, total pregnancies decreased more in Oregon than anywhere else in the nation. But why? Why is Oregon such an outlier compared to the rest of the country? 

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COVID’s America: Fewer Births & More Abortions

Jan 22, 2022 / By: Michael Spielman
Category: Miscellaneous

On this date, 49 years ago, the Supreme Court struck down all state prohibitions against abortion—on the feigned assertion that abortion is a constitutionally-protected act. Two generations later, more than 60 million unborn children have been killed by abortion in America, but we don’t know how many were killed in 2021, or 2020, or 2019, or 2018. The Guttmacher Institute gave us an abortion total for 2017, but even that is just an estimate. At least 11% of their total is assumed. The Centers for Disease control is able to report COVID deaths on a daily basis, but their abortion totals are never less than two years out of date—and those counts never include the state with the highest annual total. California is all too eager to report COVID deaths, but it hasn’t bothered to collect or report abortion deaths for decades. The victims of abortion, after all, are tiny and helpless. And they certainly don’t wield any…

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