Ireland Opens the Door to Demographic Disaster

"When Irish Eyes are Smiling" is an Irish tribute song written in the 1940s.  Its opening line goes, "There's a tear in your eye, and I'm wondering why, for it never should be there at all."  Are any tears being shed in Ireland these days?  If so, why? Last week, Irish voters cast their ballots to repeal one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the world, passing their measure by a two-to-one margin.  This is perhaps not all that surprising, since in the past three years, Ireland installed a gay prime minister and voted to redefine marriage to include same-sex couples. Progressive eyes are smiling in Ireland, grinning ear to ear, as they become San Francisco or Seattle.  The unborn, however, now face a suction tube or a curette.  Four-D ultrasound technology shows unborn babies smiling as early as 26 weeks, blissfully unaware of the perils now awaiting some of them in...(Read Full Article)