How Roe v. Wade subverted the Fourteenth Amendment to impose abortion on demand

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life

In 1868, in the wake of the Civil War, the Fourteenth Amendment was added to the U.S. Constitution. It a rms (in part): “No State shall … deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

More than a century later, this amendment played the feature role in the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, which asserted a constitutional right to abortion and erased laws protecting unborn children nationwide.

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Emma Gonzalez Admits to Bullying the Shooter. And She’s Not Sorry.


Parkland survivor Sinead O’Connor, also known as Emma Gonzalez, is on video admitting to not only bullying and ostracizing the Parkland shooter, but that she was justified in doing so. Lots to dive into on this one, so let’s roll tape:

In case that tweet isn’t showing up for you:

M’kay. For clarity, I’m turning on my ordered list function.

  1. Just because a student is bullied doesn’t mean that student is justified in shooting up a school.
  2. Emma admitting she bullied the shooter is a tantamount admission the shooter, not the gun, is responsible for the shooting.
  3. Yet Emma participated in a march against guns, suggesting it’s the guns that are the problem, not the individual who pulled the trigger.
  4. Typically school shooters are young men, ostracized and bullied by their peers.
  5. Perhaps Emma and her peers who ostracized the Parkland shooter since middle school should have a march against bullying.
  6. Emma suggests no one was surprised the Parkland shooter turned out to be the shooter. She’s not alone, as it was also recommended by Scot Peterson (and others) the shooter be involuntarily committed.
  7. Had the shooter been committed, it’s unlikely he’d have been able to purchase a gun for the shooting.

Those are the obvious points. Unfortunately, we’re living in stupid times, where obvious points aren’t obvious. Blaming a gun for someone’s actions is like Emma blaming her mechanical pencil for misusing the word “literally” in a school paper. Yet 200,000 or so dumbasses marched against the right to own guns. Which millions of law-abiding Americans, including myself, need for personal protection. Not to put too fine a point on it. Read also OPINION: I Carry a Gun So I Won’t Have to Say #MeToo.

The Parkland shooting had less to do with guns and more to do with governmental failure and, now according to Emma, the continued bullying of an unstable young man. Again, bullying doesn’t excuse or justify shooting up a school. Okay? Okay. But I think less bullying of students is certainly better than “We bullied him and he deserved it.” Fair?

People are responsible for their actions. The tools are not.


Protecting Unborn Children from Dismemberment Abortions

In his dissent to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2000 Stenberg v. Carhart decision, Justice Kennedy observed that in D&E dismemberment abortions,

“The fetus, in many cases, dies just as a human adult or child would: It bleeds to death as it is torn limb from limb. The fetus can be alive at the beginning of the dismemberment process and can survive for a time while its limbs are being torn off.” Justice Kennedy added in the Court’s 2007 opinion in Gonzales v. Carhart that D&E abortions are “laden with the power to devalue human life…”

In January 2015, Kansas State Sen. Garrett Love introduced the Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act, a bill that would protect unborn children from the brutality of dismemberment abortions.

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Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide are Just as Bad as Abortion

Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide are Just as Bad as Abortion. Here’s Why

We’ve long argued that abortion and euthanasia/assisted suicide were birthed in the same hatchery. They are fraternal twins, if not identical twins.

Both are inherently expansionary, for example. Consider the parallels.

If offing her unborn child is a woman’s “right,” why should that “right” end at the conclusion of the first trimester? Or second? Or up till birth? Indeed, it is (as the saying goes) no accident that periodically rumblings about “after-birth abortion” crop up.

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We are taking strong action on protecting privacy and safety in bathrooms

While most of  the Texans were likely sleeping last night, some our patriots was at the Texas Capitol past 1 a.m. as the Senate was taking strong action on protecting privacy and safety in bathrooms.

The clock is ticking on the 85th Texas Legislature, and there are two things you can help us do to save unborn lives and protect privacy in this final full week of the session:

1. Contact your House and Senate members to let them know you support strong privacy protection language!
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