(NEWS WITH VIEWS) -- I objected to Roe v. Wade the moment it was decided, not because of any doubts about abortion, but because the decision was a radical deformation of the Constitution. The Constitution has nothing to say about abortion, leaving it, like most subjects, to the judgment and moral sense of the American people and their elected representatives. – Judge Robert Bork
Those opposed to abortion on demand warned of a slippery slope when Roe v. Wade became the law of the land in 1973. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision gave women the right to eliminate an unborn child for practically any reason. Since 1973, over 50 million American lives have been terminated – some through the barbaric practice of partial-birth abortion (PBA). I’ll explain the procedure in a moment.