Church, State, Abortion


The line between church and state is being threatened. This includes many of the liberties we honor in the First Amendment of the Constitution. And the epicenter of these attacks are on the reproductive rights of women.

If you believe that the anti-abortion advocates are not making this a religious issue, read the placards held by the protesters in front of the Planned Parenthood centers in Columbia, Jefferson City and elsewhere.  Almost all have religious overtones, asking us to pray to end abortions.

Read more: Columbia Missourian

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About David Rosman

David Rosman is an award winning editor, writer, professional speaker and college instructor in Communications, Ethics, Business and Politics. You can read more of David’s commentaries at ColumbiaMissourian.com, InkandVoice.com and NYJournalofBooks.com.
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One Response to Church, State, Abortion

  1. Agreed. There is far too much clutter in US politics regarding these issues.

    What troubles me with the Tea Party candidates of present is that they often mask their own crazy view with rhetoric about ‘valuing what the constitution says’ – often misleading uneducated voters into assuming that the Constitution is ‘pro-life’! By not answering the question, they dupe their supports into misunderstanding their central text.

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