Scarecrow and Tin Man

  After the successful overturn of the national abortion mandate known as Roe v. Wade, the next battle for prolifers is “winning hearts and minds.” The problem is when it comes to hearts and minds someone else got there first.  Or something. The unhinged behavior coming from...
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Continuing the Conversation

  Last fall our longtime contributor George McKenna sent us “Getting There,” in which the seasoned political scientist, with over 20 articles in the Review’s archive, insisted pro-life politicians sharpen their messaging and deepen their commitment in response to the Supreme...
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A Joint Statement for Building a Post-Roe Future

  [The following statement, published on January 19, 2023, was drafted by Jonathon Van Maren (Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform), Eric Scheidler (Pro-Life Action League), Charles Camosy (Creighton University), and Josh Brahm (Equal Rights Institute) af...
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The Other End of the Iceberg

  “Possession is nine-tenths of the law” isn’t an actual law, it’s an expression. It means that ownership is easier to establish if one has possession of a thing, more difficult to establish if one does not. For nearly fifty years, the pro-abortion front owned the debate...
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