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Hotline Posts Tagged ‘January 22’

Accomplishment #9: More and more Americans are calling themselves pro-life.

Posted by Eric Scheidler (January 13, 2013 at 4:00 pm)

NOTE: This article is one of a series on the “top ten” accomplishments of the pro-life movement over the past 40 years since unborn children were stripped of their legal right to life by the 1973 Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton Supreme Court rulings.

Pro-lifersIn 1995, the Gallup polling company asked Americans for the first time whether they consider themselves “pro-life” or “pro-choice” with respect to abortion. Only 33% answered “pro-life,” while 56% said they were “pro-choice.”

By 2002 the gap had tightened, and in 2009, Gallup reported a majority of 51% lining up under the pro-life banner, compared to 42% for pro-choice.

This trend has continued. In 2010 Gallup called the shift to the pro-life position “the new normal,” saying that their data suggests “a real change in public opinion.”

By 2012, the pro-choice number had dropped further, to 41%, a trend seen among Republicans, Democrats and independents. [Continue reading ...]

Tags: , , , . Posted in Abortion, Face the Truth, Law and Politics, Pro-Life Activism, Sidewalk Counseling, The Culture War | 2 Comments »

Top Ten Accomplishments of the Pro-Life Movement, 1973-2013

Posted by Eric Scheidler (January 11, 2013 at 4:00 pm)

NOTE: This article is one of a series on the “top ten” accomplishments of the pro-life movement over the past 40 years since unborn children were stripped of their legal right to life by the 1973 Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton Supreme Court rulings.

Pro-Life crowd at the March for LifeOn January 22, 1973, the United States Supreme Court handed down the infamous Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton rulings that stripped unborn babies their legal right to life in all 50 states. Though there was a measure of pro-life activism taking place before Roe and Doe, those controversial rulings galvanized nationwide opposition to abortion, giving rise to the pro-life movement as we know it today.

What has that movement accomplished over the past 40 years? Some would say very little. After all the protests and demonstrations, legislative initiatives and elections, prayer vigils and education campaigns, abortionists are still killing over a million unborn babies every year. The chances of Roe and Doe being overturned seem as remote as ever, especially after last November’s national election.

But such a pessimistic view overlooks two significant factors. [Continue reading ...]

Tags: , , , , , . Posted in Abortion, Clinic Witness, Pro-Life Activism, The Culture War | 1 Comment »