The first inalienable right mentioned in the Declaration of Independence is the right to life. Yet America, which enshrines that right in our founding document, does a worse job of protecting unborn life than most other countries. The Supreme Court now has a chance to begin ending this injustice and ensuring that America lives up to its promise.
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt is celebrating nine new pro-life laws in his state – we speak with him directly about how he views his role in the pro-life movement. Representative Stephanie Bice (R-OK) is a Catholic congresswoman – she reacts to the pro-life momentum in Oklahoma and how she plans to defend life on Capitol Hill… and much more!
The pro-life cause has just secured a major victory for the unborn and their mothers, with further protections possible soon — if its champions stay courageous and don’t flinch. The Supreme Court’s decision to leave the Texas Heartbeat Act standing was an unexpected blessing and has resulted in an estimated hundreds of abortions prevented thus far.
As Texas becomes the first state to enact a Heartbeat Law – we speak with the author and sponsor of the law, Texas State Senator Bryan Hughes. Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) explains the latest Democratic attacks against the Hyde amendment… and much more!
Rooted at the very core of Texas’s Heartbeat Act is the concept of basic humanity, informed by science. This week the U.S. Supreme Court allowed this law, which protects unborn children from abortion after their beating heart can be detected, to go into effect.
Quigley: In every abortion there are two people involved. There is, of course, the mother and also an unborn child with a heartbeat that is detectable by at least 6 weeks of pregnancy. And that is a second patient. That is a member of the family whose ultrasound picture is being put on the refrigerator.