Why Roe Must Go, by Rita Joseph

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By Rita Joseph, Public Discourse, Jan. 23, 2020

Rita Joseph is author of “Human Rights and the Unborn Child” (Leiden & Boston, Martinus Nijhoff, 2009). In addition to being a wife and mother over forty years, she has been a writer, a part-time lecturer, and a human rights advocate specializing in the philosophy and languag… READ MORE

All ideological fads eventually fade and collapse into disrepute, because they have no foundation in truth. “Pro-choice” ideology had its rise, which was based on the crude, reductionist falsehood that a human being in the womb is an anonymous, generic “bunch of cells.” Now, its central lie has been unmasked, and Roe is ripe for reversal.

Forty-seven years after Roe v. Wade, several hundred thousand Americans still March for Life every year in Washington, D.C. and other cities, protesting this infamous decision.


Because truth matters. It cannot be violated indefinitely.

Roe v. Wade can never be settled law, because it is a travesty of law. The Supreme Court had no more authority to deny the humanity of the unborn in Roe v. Wade than it did to deny the human rights of persons being treated as property in Dred Scott v. Sandford. No authority can justly deny to anyone the equal protection of law guaranteed by the Constitution. No authority can legitimately revoke the unalienable rights of any innocent human being. ….

Read more here  https://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2020/01/59924/