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Roe v. Wade: The Tragedy of Our Age

January is the month in which we remember the 1973 United State Supreme Court’s decision in Roe v. Wade. This weekend there are marches around the country by those who believe that court ruling was a tragedy. Significantly, the promoters … Continue reading

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A Harvard Law Professor’s view…

IN a previous post, ‘Numbers’, reflecting on the deathworks in the era of post Roe v Wade abortion in the United States I wrote that our hope in such circumstances lies outside the machinations of our legal and political systems. … Continue reading

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Numbers

Approximately, thirty million – that is the number. This is the number of voters between the ages of 18 and 43 that would be deprived of their right to vote in the upcoming US presidential election. They are not felons, … Continue reading

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