At the swearing-in ceremony for Justice Antonin Scalia in 1986, President Ronald Reagan set the stage for this very moment in our history, he said: “Today we mark one of those moments of passage and renewal that has kept our Republic alive and strong—as Lincoln called it, the last, best hope of man on Earth—for all the years since its founding.”
I cannot stress this clearly enough: there is no scientific debate about when a new, wholly distinct human life comes into existence. There is only a political debate about if and when human beings deserve basic human rights.
Amy Coney Barrett is living the life that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought for women to have the right to live.
The U.S. Supreme Court teaches that American women rely on abortion in order to succeed in American life. It’s true that success requires reliance, but not in the way that the Supreme Court thought.
Advocates for Life is where the Americans United for Life law and policy team and other advocates will share some of their best thinking to better equip both new and veteran members of the pro-life movement.