Thirty-seven years and almost 50 million murders later, abortion remains legal in the United States. I don’t say that as a discouragement, but as a sober reminder that our work is not done and grows more urgent every day. Although the pro-life movement has made huge progress in the quest for the lives of the unborn, we have not yet won life and liberty for our helpless children.
So much of the story of the suffering of the unborn, the diabolically evil history of Planned Parenthood and eugenics, and the inherent discrimination of the pro-choice agenda is completely unknown to the average American. If that were not the case, I’m convinced America would have abolished abortion a long time ago. Once you know the truth, there is no justification, no exception, no compromise you could take on abortion without first selling your soul to the bloodthirsty god of “choice.”
We’re coming to a crossroads, I believe, in the history of our nation on the issue of the sanctity of human life. The bipartisan opposition to federally funded, elective abortions in the health care debacle is just a sign of things to come, as is the rising rate of pro-lifers among our country’s youth.
I continue to hope that my generation will help bring about the end of this horrible genocide by our activism, our votes and our continued efforts to tell the story of the unborn. We cannot call ourselves a free nation when we deny the most innocent, the most helpless, life and justice.
“But let justice run down like water,
And righteousness like a mighty stream.”
~ Amos 5:24