May 23, 2012
The End of Women's Rights in America?
Anyone who knows something about the radical feminist movement of the '60s and '70s will be gripped by déjà vu when looking at photos of the recent "War on Women" rally in Los Angeles. Once again, leftist women were toting placards with slogans like "Get Out of My Womb" and "Get your rosaries off my ovaries," and "If I wanted the government in my womb, I'd f**k a senator." But something is radically changed from the '70s. What the bra-burning, wire coat hanger-toting, pro-abortionist feminists and their offspring marching in LA and residing at NOW, NARAL, and Planned Parenthood don't seem to comprehend is that they may be looking at the complete unraveling of women's rights. Let's look at the reasons why. The signature achievement of radical feminists agitating during the 1960s and early '70s was 1973's Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision, which essentially legitimized abortion on demand throughout the entire nine months of pregnancy. Since that time, leftist feminists...(Read Full Article)