Liberal Justice Ginsburg Admits Roe v. Wade Was a Bad Decision 9

During her recent visit to University of Chicago Law School, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she believed that Roe v. Wade was a “disappointing decision,” because it went “too far, too fast” in liberalizing abortion laws — not because it allows millions of innocent children to be legally murdered each year.

To that effect, Ginsburg reasoned that the Court should have practiced more judicial restraint to allow expansion of abortion access at the state level through legislative means. According to Ginsburg, More…

40 Years Gone, and Counting… 23

55,881,645

That’s the number of unborn lives ended by legal abortions in this country since this day in 1973 (as of 10:00 a.m.).

1,235 in the U.S. alone today by the time I finish writing this sentence. Now, 1,236, and counting…

Planned Parenthood has terminated 6,341,432 since 1970 — 19,865 so far this year alone (as of Jan. 1 2013).

73,281… 73,283… 73,284… — rising, rising, rising… More…