Adam McManus and I interviewed Allan Parker, President of The Justice Foundation, who asserted that there are some intriguing similarities between the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education and the 2022 Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization rulings of the Supreme Court.

In both cases, the Supreme Court admitted it was wrong.  In the first, they admitted that the races should not be segregated.  In the second, they admitted that there was no constitutional right to abortion.

Plus, Parker addressed:

  • the Safe Haven law that allows a woman to give up her child within 60 days to a fire station or hospital.
  • the Biden administration’s attempt to provide abortions to members of the military and their dependents on military bases in pro-life states that have outlawed abortion.
  • Stacey Abram’s assertion that a woman facing an unplanned pregnancy is justified in aborting her baby because of the skyrocketing cost of gas and food.
  • the FBI’s harassment and prosecution of peaceful, pro-life activists for standing on the right-of-way in front of abortion mills urging women to choose life at the last minute.

For my full analysis of our interview with Allan Parker, read my blog entitled “Justice Prevails: First desegregating, Now de-abortioning.”

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