The “Lincoln Proposal” to end abortion

Today we find ourselves in a five-decade-long battle against the unjust 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, but as Abraham Lincoln proved (reacting against slavery), a president can—now, or in a future administration—exercise independent constitutional authority to interpret the Fourteenth Amendment’s safeguards of due process and equal protection as extending to all human beings, including the unborn.

 

 

 



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