infanticide

Fight Over Infanticide Is Just Beginning

Tony Perkins, CNS News

If a majority of the Members of Congress sign the discharge petition on the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, the Speaker will be forced to bring it to the floor for a vote (the petition will become eligible for signatures early in April). That's a public process, thanks to work that Senator Inhofe did in the 1990s. Every signature will be out in the open, in plain view of voters. Do your representatives just give lip service to ending infanticide – or do they mean it? Americans are about to find out.

Exposing the obscenity of infanticide

Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

Make no mistake: The revelation over the past several weeks that Democrats have indeed moved to normalize infanticide was a kick in the gut and has reinforced and expanded the common ground Americans share on the issue. In the span of one month, as the New York and Virginia shocking moves toward late-term abortion and infanticide became national news, American attitudes changed almost immediately. Now is the time for us to recognize our common ground, and to work together on exposing and stopping the obscenity of infanticide as politicians openly and brazenly attempt to desensitize the rest of us into their nihilistic view of humanity.

Mainstream Media Blacks Out The Democrats’ Infanticide Vote

David Harsanyi, The Federalist

I will confess that the search tools for some of these sites are difficult to navigate, so I may have missed something. Clearly, however, most of the mainstream media sources did their best interference for Democrats on the Born Alive anti-infanticide bill, most of whom took an unconscionable vote this week that couldn’t be spun by the typical bias. Or put it this way, if Republicans had taken a vote that was deeply unpopular with the majority of Americans, you’d be hearing about it. Over and over again.

A Study in Morals

William Murchison, The American Spectator

No hint of moral horror escaped the Ralph Northam’s lips on infanticide, even as he recounted the facts. Moral horror we leave for other life situations, such as the prospect of alienating a key voting bloc and possibly, in consequence, losing an election and then — horror of horrors — losing political power. One thing we must admit about Joe Biden, in contrast with a mere Virginia governor: He knows what makes the modern world go round. And it’s not morality.

Outrage over blackface, silence over killing babies

Charles Hurt, Washington Times

Perhaps Dr. Death should get himself one of those hoods that executioners have always been so fond of throughout the darkest of ages. It could even be pointy. I bet it comes in white, with convenient, yet fashionable, little eye holes. Virginia House Del. Kathy Tran introduced the legislation that, she admitted, would legalize “abortion” during actual labor. Among the rest of civilization, this is called “infanticide.” Or, more plainly, “murder.” But, hey, according to Death Squad Grand Wizard Ralph Northam, the baby will be kept “comfortable” while waiting for his or her death row conviction.

Cheerleading Infanticide Might Just Be The Tipping Point For Democrats

Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

I’ve talked to a significant number of people who were probably nominally pro-life and who saw what the Democrats were doing in New York and Rhode Island and Virginia and were shell-shocked. But these people all agreed on one point that any civilized society would find unnecessary to debate. You can’t kill babies. Let’s make the swing-state Democrats make a choice – support unrestricted infanticide like the leaders of your disgusting party, or oppose killing babies. Choose.

The Infanticide Craze

Ramesh Ponnuru, National Review

Supporters of the country’s expansive abortion regime now fear that the Supreme Court will retreat from it, either by declaring that the Constitution permits states to protect unborn children in general or by letting them offer more protection. That’s why they are pushing legislation in the states to codify that regime. It is an effort that is forcing supporters of abortion to be a little more candid about what they really want: an extreme regime that denies any meaningful protection to unborn children and threatens the protection for born ones.

Media Misses Pro-Life Progress

Michael J. New, National Review Online

Media coverage of the Texas filibuster failed to highlight all the new laws protecting the unborn.

Dems Don’t Care About Infanticide

Tony Lee, Breitbart

So said Senator Ted Cruz during a speech to the National Right to Life convention in Texas.