The pro-abortion industry is going bonkers. They lost a big case in the U.S. Supreme Court and are still reeling from the news that South Dakota now has a near-total ban on abortions. No wonder the champions of abortion have resorted to violence.

Joe Scheidler is a courageous advocate for the unborn. For 20 years, a case against him has been tied up in the courts. In 1986, the National Organization for Women (NOW) charged him and others with conspiracy to shut down abortion clinics. All he was doing was exercising his First Amendment right to freedom of speech, but that didn’t stop the Brownshirt ladies at NOW from trying to invoke a law governing racketeering (RICO) against him. The Supremes didn’t see it that way and handed NOW a unanimous defeat.

Now that South Dakota Governor Mike Rounds has signed a law barring abortion in every case save for when a woman’s life may be endangered, it is a sure bet that the high court will one day revisit the notorious Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion.

With the addition of John Roberts and Samuel Alito on the Supreme Court, there is more reason now than ever before to hope that abortion-on-demand will no longer rule the day. The American public, as all the surveys disclose, thinks the current law is way to liberal.

All of this explains why pro-abortion students at Harvard University have vandalized pro-life posters all over the campus—they know their side is on the run. Look for more violence in the years to come from their side.

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