A Pro-Life Argument

By Jayson M. Brunelle

The legalization of the morally reprehensible act of abortion in the United States via Roe v. Wade was and continues to be among the most egregious acts of the United States Supreme Court.  This author is convinced that one day, Americans will realize that legalized abortion, not unlike legalized slavery (another heinous act of act of legislation that divided our nation and which only recently has been recognized as a most hideous evil), is a gravely immoral crime against humanity.  In what follows, I would like to offer what I consider to be an effective pro-life argument by way of analogy. Continue reading

A Pro-Life Argument

by Jayson M. Brunelle

The legalization of the morally reprehensible act of abortion in the United States via Roe v. Wade was and continues to be among the most egregious acts of the United States Supreme Court.  This author is convinced that one day, Americans will realize that legalized abortion, not unlike legalized slavery (another heinous act of act of legislation that divided our nation and which only recently has been recognized as a most hideous evil), was a grave moral, ethical and legal crime against humanity.  In what follows, I would like to offer what I consider to be an effective pro-life argument by way of analogy. Continue reading