Last Sunday marked the anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision of 1973, a day when the Supreme Court ruled that the federal government had a right to decide the lives of countless unborn children. Just a year before the decision, the liberal Justice Brennan noted that our society was one that “strongly reaffirmed the sanctity of human life.”
It only took a year until he ate those words, thereby establishing a new leftist precedent. While several recent Supreme Court cases have dealt with the issue of abortion, none have truly overturned this critical decision — one that defined a new “norm” for American society. Read more.