birth has drastically changed since Roe v Wade in 1973. At 15 weeks, unborn babies make fists and facial expressions. Video According to WebMD, “Eyebrows and hair on the top of the head are beginning to grow, bones are getting harder, and the baby may even be sucking their thumb. Their organs are fully formed now and will continue to grow. You may be able to tell the baby’s sex this week with high-resolution ultrasound!” Fifty years ago, this was unthinkable. Today doctors perform surgery right in the womb. The baby is treated as an individual patient and receives pain medication as standard care. CLICK HERE TO GET THE OPINION NEWSLETTER Pain is certainly not the end of the discussion about what makes each of us human, valuable, and deserving of protection. There’s a lot more work to be done to ensure that one day every child is protected under the law, and we believe, over time, life will win. But this is a reasonable starting place for a debate worthy of the United States Senate and our nation. Ending brutal abortions after 15 weeks is achievable if enough Democrats come alongside enough Republicans. Video We know that voters in key battleground states prefer a candidate who supports protections at 15 weeks to a candidate who believes in abortion on demand at any stage of pregnancy. If Democrats want to argue that painful, late-term abortions up until birth — like those taking place in Maryland, California, New York, Illinois and Oregon — make America a better place, they are free to do so. The vast majority of Americans reject that position. The pro-life community should do the same. Marjorie Dannenfelser is president of Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM SEN. LINDSAY GRAHAM CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM MARJORIE DANNENFELSER Republican Lindsey Graham represents South Carolina in the United States Senate.
Former US ambassador to UK shares stories of Queen Elizabeth II Woody Johnson: Trump’s meeting with the queen was probably the highlight of his career. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Listen to this article 0:00 / 4:35 1X BeyondWords Queen Elizabeth II was no stranger to the United States and the White House. She first visited in 1951 as a young princess, meeting with President Harry Truman. As queen, she met with every American president in either the U.S. or Britain from Dwight Eisenhower through Joe Biden, with the exception of Lyndon Johnson. The queen, who died Sept. 8 at age 96 after a record 70-year reign, met with more American presidents than any other head of state. She came to the U.S. eight times on official and unofficial visits and attended five state dinners. Queen Elizabeth personified the “special relationship” between the United States and the United Kingdom. As a sign of solidarity with our country, the queen ordered “The Star Spangled Banner” played at Buckingham Palace two days after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the U.S. Days later, she broke with protocol and joined in singing the American national anthem at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, tears in her eyes. FILE – President George W. Bush shakes hands with Britain’s Queen Elizabeth before departing from Buckingham Palace in London, November 21, 2003. The final White House state dinner for the queen and her husband, Prince Phillip, was held on May 7, 2007, hosted by President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush. QUEEN ELIZABETH II WAS ONE OF THE GREATEST LEADERS OF THE MODERN ERA In remarks as she offered a toast at the state dinner, the queen praised the U.S. for coming to the aid of her country and others in Europe in World War II. “I grew up in the knowledge that the very survival of Britain was
They will be tragically subjected to a cruel and inhumane death as these states allow abortion until the moment of birth. We as a nation are better than that. There is never a bad time to stand up for the unborn. The pro-life community should not stand by or stand down. We must speak up and speak out when states adopt inhumane standards on protecting life. We firmly reject the idea of legitimizing the cruelty of the North Korean and Chinese standard of abortion in America. Video Unfortunately, some of our friends are hesitant, if not resistant, to supporting federal action. They believe this issue should be solely left to the states with no federal oversight. We disagree. As conservatives, we believe and respect the 10th Amendment. We also strongly believe many wrongs have been justified under the guise of states’ rights. However, there are certain issues that define a nation and have real-world practical consequences regardless of state boundaries. There is a point when states’ rights must give way to human rights. Life is one of those issues. One of our greatest conservative judicial minds, Justice Samuel Alito, authored the Dobbs decision which said the people and their elected representatives will decide how abortion should be regulated. The people’s elected representatives serve in state legislatures and in Congress. And Justice Brett Kavanaugh concurred, writing that the Constitution “leaves the issue for the people and their elected representatives to resolve through the democratic process in the States or Congress.” Video At the center of that case, which has been a major discussion for over a year, was a state law limiting late-term abortions at 15 weeks. Even before that, the Republican conference has sought to rein in late-term abortions for over a decade. Our understanding of an unborn child and his or her development before
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