While individual states continue to sort out the immediate implications of the Supreme Court's reversal of Roe v. Wade, pro-lifers need to keep the long view in mind. In particular, how will the fall of Roe impact the future of medicine? How will the law change--nationally and in the states? And how will the political realm--which has been dominated by abortion for 50 years--be impacted?
On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we'll answer those questions as we address:
The overturning of Roe v. Wade is a gamechanger, allowing states to protect unborn children—and to send a message to the rest of the world that real progress means recognizing that human rights begin at conception.
But Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization didn’t take place in a vacuum. It’s just the latest in a series of major developments over the last 50 years that have established the pro-life movement as squarely on the right side of history. On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we’ll discuss this—and four more watershed victories on the road toward ending abortion once and for all.
The Supreme Court put the legal status of abortion back in the hands of the states…
...and in Kansas, voters overwhelmingly decided to keep abortion legal.
What happened? This wasn’t California or New York or Illinois. It was Kansas, the Heartland of America. What do we make of this? Did overturning Roe backfire? And where do we go from here? We’ll answer these questions and more on this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast.
The reversal of Roe v. Wade sent Sen. Elizabeth Warren into a fit of madness. In an unhinged rant, Sen. Warren demanded that pregnancy help centers in her state—and across the country—be shut down for “torturing” women.
Sen. Warren’s meltdown was bizarre, but it wasn’t unique. Across the country, pro-abortion activists have rallied against, lobbied against, vandalized, and burned pro-life pregnancy help centers. On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we expose these unhinged attacks on the local heroes who equip and empower moms to choose life.
You know Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood. But do you know the "Father of Planned Parenthood"?
Dr. Alan Guttmacher was the second president of Planned Parenthood, taking over for Margaret Sanger in 1962. Both Sanger and Guttmacher were eugenicists—but Guttmacher might have done even more to transform Planned Parenthood into America’s abortion empire.
On this episode we’ll reveal Alan Guttmacher’s contributions to the greatest human rights assault in history—and why he still matters nearly five decades after his death.