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  • Roe Must End: The Legal, Historical, and Cultural Reasons to Overturn Roe v. Wade

    by Katherine Johnson

    January 21, 2021: Ever since the Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade in 1973, unborn children have been killed at exponential rates in America. Over 60 million people are missing from our country due to legalized abortion. Public opinion, jurisprudence, and scientific advancements demonstrate that Roe should by no means be considered "settled law." Roe is an abomination in our country's history, and it is time for it to be overturned and for the horrendous practice of legalized abortion to end.

  • My Miscarriage and Roe v. Wade

    by Mary Szoch

    January 15, 2021: Five months ago, I had a miscarriage. It was, and still is, devastating. Like most women who have never experienced a miscarriage before, I had never envisioned what it would be like to lose a baby. Although I had always known having a miscarriage must be difficult, I could never have imagined the heartbreak, the overwhelming number of questions or the memory of the exact moment my little one left this world for the next.

  • Roe v. Wade: An Explainer

    by Family Research Council

    January 14, 2021: The Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision of 1973 ruled that abortion is protected under the U.S. Constitution, striking down many state abortion restrictions and severely limiting the extent to which states could write their own abortion laws.

  • North Korea: The World's Foremost Violator of Religious Freedom

    by Arielle Del Turco

    January 12, 2021: Shrouded in secrecy, North Korea remains one of the world's most mysterious countries. Unfortunately, what we do know about North Korea indicates the country is also one of the world's worst abusers of human rights, including violations of religious freedom. The North Korean regime has engaged in an intense crackdown on religion for decades. Today, few religious believers remain, and those who do face grave peril. The secretive nature of the regime nicknamed the "hermit kingdom" makes it difficult for American leaders to address these human rights issues. Yet, even though options are limited, the gravity of the situation calls on Western countries to take every action possible to relieve the suffering of the North Korean people, who have no chance of speaking up for themselves.

  • The World Should Have No Place for Blasphemy Laws

    by Arielle Del Turco

    December 27, 2020: Government restrictions on religion around the world have reached the highest point in the past 11 years, as revealed in the Pew Research Center's annual report on religious freedom released last week. A global trend of government policies impeding individuals' peaceful expression of their faith is disturbing, and it ought to motivate advocates of free speech and religious freedom to action.

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