Commonwealth Policy Center

The U.S Supreme Court will consider a Mississippi law that restricts abortion after 15 weeks. This could be the case that dismantles Roe v Wade and its led to a lot of hysteria, including from some members of the high court. Justice Elena Kagan said that “abortion decisions” are “part of the fabric of women’s existence in this country.” Really? It would be more accurate to say that abortion unravels the fabric of womanhood and women’s existence. Since Roe, some 62 million unborn children have been aborted. About half were female. The court may hand the issue back to the states for them to decide. But as Rich Lowry at National Review said “it would be more democratic and sensible than looking to nine justices to dictate a policy from on high.”