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Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Why Are They Raging When Abortion Is Still Legal?

For the benefit of the ignorant in the raging mobs, let me underline what happened last Friday. Dobbs overturned Roe, but did not ban abortion. It is still legal except in those states that had trigger laws linked to the end of Roe. And even in those states, many allow abortion in certain circumstances. Our work to end the murder of babies is just beginning.

So, yes, abortion is still legal in the United States and, in fact, many who desire abortions will benefit financially from Dobbs. A growing list of Fortune 500 companies, who want to avoid paying for maternity leave and insurance packages for families, are bribing female employees to kill their children. (All of a sudden, the leftist media is recognizing women as women again.) They essentially say, "Hey, we'll pay you $4,000 (Dick's Sporting Goods) to go to a slave abortion state to destroy your property baby and throw him/her in the medical waste can, the garbage disposal, or the landfill."

In view of this, why are the pro-aborts raging and having hysterics? 

Proverbs explains it for you. 

The wicked are never satisfied with their own wickedness! Let me repeat. The wicked are never satisfied with their own wickedness. They want everyone to join them. And those who won't join willingly must be vilified, shamed, and canceled.

For they [the wicked] cannot rest unless they have done evil; 

to have made no one stumble steals away their sleep.

For they eat the bread of wickedness 

and drink the wine of violence.

The way of the wicked is like darkness;

they know not on what they stumble.

But the path of the just is like shining light,

that grows in brilliance till perfect day.  (Proverbs 4:16-19)

The left says that Roe settled the question of abortion and that overturning it sends us back -- 150 years according to Biden whose address to the country amplified the division. But that's a lie. Rather than settling the issue, Roe magnified the division that already existed. The debate was raging even before Roe and the pro-life message was winning. Even radical New York's legislature voted to rescind their liberal abortion law. Governor Nelson Rockefeller vetoed the bill when it arrived at his desk. Makes you wonder where he is now after facing the eternal judge.

I was on the battlefield already back in 1973 and remember the pro-aborts saying that the debate was over; they won. Their claim  couldn't have been farther from the truth! Roe lit the fuse on a powder keg. Thousands of pro-life educational and political groups and crisis pregnancy centers sprang up overnight. Pro-lifers prayed, picketed, gave pro-life presentations, engaged in debates, sidewalk counseled, offered help in the form of medical care, baby items, etc. 

For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother's womb.
I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. (Psalm 139)

All of us fought the satanic practice of child sacrifice. Roe took us back 2000 years to the days of Moloch, Baal, and the Roman empire where Roman soldiers prevented Christians from rescuing babies exposed to the elements and predators under the law of paterfamilias. Dobbs undid one of the greatest injustices ever perpetrated on this great country and citizens who love life. That Roe was actually the work of Catholic justice William Brennan was a monumental scandal. That Dobbs is the work of an Episcopalian and four Catholic justices is a shining light to God's truth. 

Faith can never be separated from politics. Everyone operates according to their "faith" in the broad sense. And the supreme court stated that in 1961 in Torcaso vs. Watkins recognizing non-theistic religions. The justices wrote:

"...theistic religions [belief in one God] could not be favored by the Court over non-theistic religions." Justice Hugo L. Black wrote in a footnote, “Among religions in this country which do not teach what would generally be considered a belief in the existence of God are Buddhism, Taoism, Ethical Culture, Secular Humanism, and others.”

Unfortunately, despite that ruling, Christian religions have been discriminated against unrelentingly as secular humanists and relativists imposed their godless faith and wickedness on innocent children in our public schools. But even that is beginning to crumble as recent decision on tuition assistance and prayer show. Praise God!

I never thought I would live to see Roe end. And now, we need to continue to pray, work and and try to wake up the poor ignorant young women raging and shaking their fists at God as they reject the greatest ability they have -- to participate in the creation of a never-to-be-repeated human soul. Let us pray and sacrifice that they may fear the Lord and become wise rather than to walk in the footsteps of Satan who always eats his own in the end.

See the press conference with Satan compliments of the Babylon Bee.


  1. What a powerful essay! You have given me much to think about. I was nine when Roe was made the law of the land. It was a poorly formed law from the beginning. Donald Trump ( a crude man) made it possible for Roe to be overturned. It is shocking but I am thankful for the appointments he made to the court. We live in difficult times. I find it hard to look for joy right now. At the end of the week, I will go strawberry picking with my family for the second time this year. I will focus on my family and be grateful for my husband.

  2. Thanks for the kind words, Katie.

    God always uses evil to magnify the good. Christ's passion and death show us that. And it explains how christians could go singing and rejoicing into the coliseum to be torn apart by the beasts. There is no evil too big for God.

    Picking strawberries with your family is real and beautiful. The raging, satanically inspired mobs are nothing compared to it. Darkness is nothing and it only takes one candle to dispel it. Yes, the times are difficult, but we are privileged to live in them. I just wrote Mass cards to send to the justices who voted to overturn Roe. I never thought I would live to see it. Rejoice and be glad and enjoy those strawberries!