A tale of two marches

Two weekends ago at the “Women’s March,” hundreds of thousands of women demonstrated in Washington, D.C. and cities across the county.  What they were protesting was a little hard to discern – Donald Trump’s nascent presidency; the right to abortion; or, judging by the number of women donning costumes of female genitalia, the right to be vulgar and offensive. Whatever it was, it had little in common with a march that took place last weekend, when hundreds of thousands of women joined as many men to march in D.C. and across the country. The women who marched at the annual March for Life were there to demonstrate against Roe v. Wade, the 1973 case in which seven men on the Supreme Court decided that regulations on most abortions are unconstitutional. They were also there because they object to and are appalled by the notion that the intentional killing of their children is somehow pro-woman or an exercise of love.  They marched...(Read Full Post)