Stopping Abortions Will Take More Than Overturning Roe v. Wade


Abortion is by definition a failure.  We usually think of it as a personal decision, but that removes the social context.  R.J. Ryder argues that we’ll never be rid of the practice until we remove the government supporting role in reducing the consequences for the individuals who are having sex when it is not in their best interest.




5 Comments on Stopping Abortions Will Take More Than Overturning Roe v. Wade

  1. What? Personal responsibility? Facing the consequences of my own decisions? Absolutely absurd. Who made this ridiculous idea up?

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  2. Thought provoking article, to be sure. But I am not sure I agree that adoptions should be deregulated, and birth mothers be allowed to “sell their parental rights”. Human nature being what it is, there would soon be human “puppy mills” churning out kids for sale. I don’t have answers, but in the short term, don’t make me a participant in this barbaric practice via my tax dollars.

  3. I agree w/ practically everything she says ….. buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuut

    abortion on demand is not a moral, governmental, societal failure. it is a systemic method to get rid of, or at least to curb, the masses of ‘unwanted’ by ‘progressives’. it is not built on morality; it is built on the ‘ideal’ of the Utopian Society & is always couched in ‘the greater good’ … the New World Order demands it.

  4. As description, her article is excellent. But abortion existed long before the Left made it a tax subsidized, profitable industry. Less government can never rid us of it. Stupidity, lust, callousness and murder are innate in the human heart. That’s what drives abortion. Nobody on this earth can change that.

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