A year ago I wrote piece number 2 in a series titled Contradictions. Like most of the posts I wrote a year or two ago, not much has changed since I wrote them. America is in the midst of March Madness while the world around us is embroiled in total madness.
We focus on basketball and all across America young women are preparing to have their unborn children killed tomorrow. Iran is on a spending spree with the $150 billion we just released to them for entering into an agreement no one believes they will honor.
Tomorrow while we toil away at our jobs, 3,000 unborn children will become medical waste at America’s abortion mills. Most of us will go on with our lives, oblivious to the slaughter. When I close my eyes tonight I will see and hear the suffering that will continue on Monday, and I’ll be reminded that my nightmares won’t end until the practice of abortion does.
This week a Wisconsin judge struck down a law requiring doctors working in abortion clinics to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. His justification was that the benefit of insuring continuity of care for women injured during an abortion was outweighed by the “burden” that would be imposed upon them when trying to find a “qualified” facility at which to have their unborn child killed. As a country, have we devolved to the point that preventing any inconvenience to a woman seeking to have her child killed is enforceable by law? An individuals’ right to life, our most sacred founding principle, is being challenged, and won by bottom feeders like Planned Parenthood.
While the abortion industry was winning another battle in their fight to be able to kill more babies, our President was continuing his administration’s negotiations with Iran; negotiations that the whole world knows will lead to Iran developing nuclear…
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