Roe v. Wade Repeal a Heartbeat Bill Away

I have often said that said that if ultrasound pictures of the unborn had been available in 1973, the Roe v. Wade decision would have been quite different.  It is hard to talk about "lumps of tissue" and "collections of cells" when one can actually see a leg kicking, a hand reaching, a mouth sucking.  Or listening to a heartbeat. Since then, four decades of medical advances have changed the meaning of the word "viable" when applied to the unborn.  They should also have changed the meaning of the word "human."  Consider the case of the world's tiniest baby born recently weighing just over eight ounces.  As the Atlanta Journal Constitution recently reported: The world's tiniest surviving baby, weighing just 8.6 ounces when she was born in December, went home this month as a healthy 5-pound infant. The baby, nicknamed Saybie by medical staffers at Sharp Mary Birch Hospital in San...(Read Full Article)
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