Clarence Thomas Speaks the Truth for SCOTUS on Abortion

In today's concurring opinion in Box v. Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, Justice Clarence Thomas dared speak the truth about the abortion industry in an area of law and policy infested with euphemisms, deception, and distortion.  That "the Constitution itself is silent on abortion," for example, is a most obvious observation that anyone old enough to read can confirm.  But to write it plainly in a Supreme Court opinion, as he did, is nothing short of an act of courage in today's day and age, when the darkness of abortion has such a firm grip on our political, legal, and cultural environments. The case dealt with an Indiana law that contained two provisions.  The first dealt with the "disposition of fetal remains by abortion providers," and the second barred "sex-, race-, or disability-selective abortions by abortion providers."  In a Per Curiam opinion (meaning it comes from the Court as a...(Read Full Article)
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