When Life Becomes Cheap, So Becomes Yours


When Life Becomes Cheap, So Becomes Yours

by Karen Kataline


A certain segment of our population is terrified that Roe v. Wade could be overturned.

Sirrob01 und Jan Erfurt, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons

While it bears reminding that the repeal of the 1973 Supreme Court decision would still not outlaw abortion, single-issue citizens have been taught nevertheless, that it would signify a “threat to our Democracy.”  Yes, I know. We are a Republic, but let’s not miss the point.

People who think of Roe v. Wade as the symbol of freedom usually also take the side of a party that is killing and maiming babies that have already been born–the same lockstep party that continues to push and even forces a suspicious and possibly deadly vaccine on every American indiscriminately. Now, even infants.

Despite any incoming facts or evidence that point to these dangers, they have never wavered from punishing those who have refused. Thousands of elderly family members have already been killed with no “mainstream media” coverage or investigation, and no charges, convictions, or even an apology.

If that last one didn’t chill you, you may still not realize that those with power who would treat life so cheaply for their own political purposes, would treat your life that cheaply as well.

Don’t miss the point but that’s a pretty big “threat to our Democracy.”


Karen Kataline’s style has been described as “funny, feisty, but fair.” She hosts Spouting Off, a live, call-in talk show covering politics, pop culture, and social psychology. She maintains an active blog and her Op-Eds can be seen online at Fox News, Investor’s Business Daily, Western Journal, Town Hall, The Daily Caller, FrontPage Mag, and The American Thinker.

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1 year ago

The reason there was a Roe v Wade decision was because of the Liberal Burger Court. Yes, Burger was a RINO who believed in Democracy over the Constitutional Republic and inalienable rights. If the Burger Court believed in Inalienable Rights it would have preserved the Right of the States to decide on when Life begins based on the Morals of the Communities within the State. If anything Roe v Wade should have preserved the Life of the Baby once it reached viability. In 1973, the Court gave in to a very loud minority of women who never did hold a nation wide majority. Most woman were shocked by Roe v Wade at the time. This is one of the major flaws of Mob Rule Democracy; loud mobs are mistaken for the majority.