Sex trafficking, as well, remains a horrific crime that must be eradicated. No doubt, those who can kidnap women, rape them, sell them as property, and so forth have black hearts. Hearts that were turned cold by porn, unquestionably.[click to continue...]
Those in the abortion industry who publicly stump for their baby-killing ways come to mind. Not only are they unwilling to stop themselves, but their guilt for their misdeeds compels them to justify themselves for everyone to hear.
It is the Big Lie they tell themselves. They repeat to themselves over and over, almost convincing themselves it is true.[click to continue...]
In this age, no one can claim to not know what an abortion is. It is the murder of a living human being.
Yet, a great majority of people would just assume forget about it. They will just turn on another basketball game or reality television show, pretending to ignore it.[click to continue...]
If she was pressured into the abortion, such feelings may be exacerbated. She may have been told she is “too young,” “too poor,” “would make a poor mother,” etc. If she follows through with the abortion, then she may associate such statements with herself, causing psychological damage.
She is physically capable of conceiving, yet she has convinced herself she cannot be a mother. The disconnect may cause anguish. Further self-destructive behaviors could follow.[click to continue...]
So long the contraceptive lifestyle is affirmed, abortion will always remain.
You can’t promote a contraceptive mentality and expect abortions someday to cease.
Pro-life community, you are going to have to choose.[click to continue...]
Abortion was sold as the panacea to cure all societal problems. Just when was this supposed to take effect? Did we blink? Did we miss it?[click to continue...]
Author J. Budziszewski calls it a diversionary tactic of remorse. Abortion providers and seekers try to deny what they are doing by calling it something else. They exhibit remorse as they cover up their misdeed with sugar-coated language.
I am not doing what I am obviously doing. I am doing something else. Something harmless, defensible, maybe even honorable. Yeah, that’s what I am doing.
No one wants to restrict another person’s freedom, so I am merely supporting choice. No one should be forced into anything, I am just backing her decision not to remain a mother. Yeah, that’s all.[click to continue...]
If a candidate running for office claimed he was pro-terrorism, could he still gain your vote?
No, you say?
Would you bother to ask him his stance on gun control or on immigration?
Still no, you say? Is it because his support of terrorism eliminates him from your consideration? Great, it should.
But why is it so few faithful Catholics and Christians draw such a hard line on so-called “pro-choice” candidates? After all, they support terrorism of the womb: the slaughter of innocent babies.[click to continue...]
[Dr. Judith Jarvis Thomson’s] article has been reprinted so often, it is the most popular essay in all of contemporary philosophy, by many estimations. On the topic of abortion, it remains a classic on the abortion-advocate side. Given its popularity, one can make the case it is the best apology for abortion the culture of death can posit.[click to continue...]
Yeah, you keep saying that you are “pro-choice.” What is so special about making a choice?[click to continue...]