This past week the 41st anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade was commemorated. The 41st March for Life was held in Washington, D.C., incredibly bringing forth hundreds of thousands in spite of the frigid weather. Most important, which was noted by the media, was the number of young people attending.
One relatively young group, Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, has become very actively pro-life because one-sixth of their generation has perished in their mother’s womb. They have seen first-hand the results of abortion on demand in their own families, friends and schoolmates.
The West Coast March for Life held in San Francisco last Saturday doubled their attendance to 50,000, again with growing numbers of young people — the future of America.
An astounding number of abortion mills (87) closed for good last year. Three abortionists, John Hamilton of Oklahoma, Kermit Gosnell of Pennsylvania and Brian Finkel of Arizona, will never get out of jail and their abortion mills are closed for good.
Missouri and Texas passed laws prohibiting anyone from performing an abortion unless the abortionist has hospital admitting privileges within 30 miles of where the abortion is performed and also provides obstetrical or gynecological health care services. Many abortionists do not and cannot satisfy this requirement, and many abortion clinics shift the high cost of their abortion complications on to the public. Fifteen abortion mills closed in Texas and only one still operates in Missouri.
I have never been able to comprehend the mentality of the fanatic Planned Parenthood in fighting tooth and nail against parental rights, a waiting period, ultrasounds and most of all, inspections of clinics to assure sanitary conditions. Most of the abortion mills were closed because of filthy conditions and pages of violations. Abortion had become so sacrosanct that clinics hadn’t been inspected for years. Maybe that was because the abortionists made so much money and gave heavily to politicians.
Kathleen Sibelius, former Kansas governor, now Health and Human Services secretary implementing Obamacare, protected the Kansas abortion industry.
The unintended consequence of Roe v. Wade has been to relegate Caucasian Western Europe and the U.S. to permanent minority status.