We have seen some amazing pro-life progress in 2018. Just this month, the state of Ohio has banned late term dismemberment abortions, a cruel, inhumane practice in which an unborn child is torn to pieces, limb by limb. This makes Ohio the tenth state to ban this barbaric method of killing the unborn for "choice." No one with a conscience or moral stance can defend the gruesome act of dismembering a baby in the womb for profit.
Laws protecting the unborn must be implemented in every state.
We are making steady progress state by state, as more people are embracing the pro-life cause. The Annual March for Life 2019 promises to be a spectacular event. March for Life unveils its 2019 theme, which is: "Unique from Day One: Pro-Life is Pro-Science. As Jeanne Mancini, President of March for Life, correctly points out: "Science is behind the pro-life movement." This is factual and based on observable data and 3D technology that prove the humanity of the unborn child from conception onward. Since Roe v. Wade was decided, scientific advancements provide a window into the womb.
Today, it is easy to find the facts about life thanks to the efforts made by pro-life organizations. Pro-life Across America publishes details about the development of life at every stage and a Baby Facts card that can be downloaded and shared with friends.
Still, the abortion industry refuses to acknowledge scientific advancements because of the profits they derive not only from abortion, but from the sale of baby body parts after the killing is done.
Here is hoping that in 2019 we will continue to see pro-life achievements. We need legislation to protect unborn babies from abortion, and we need to reverse Roe v. Wade, which violates the right to life for unborn children.