July 9, 2021
Sometimes it takes time to get there, but as history shows, in the end, level heads prevail and justice is served.
And so on that note, we say it’s wonderful that there is finally national recognition of the end of slavery in the U.S. with Juneteenth now a national holiday. But with over 62 million innocent human lives already having been brutally ended thanks to the most misguided and pernicious Supreme Court decision in American history, we will need a national holiday to commemorate the poor helpless unborn children who never got a chance to breathe the gift of life when the Supreme C...
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