The Lesser Magistrate Doctrine teaches that when a higher ranking civil authority makes immoral/unjust laws or policies–such as U.S. federal judiciary did in passing the opinion of Roe v. Wade in 1973, while simultaneously stepping outside of their constitutional authority as well–then the lower ranking civil authority has both a right and duty to refuse obedience to that superior authority. If necessary, the lesser authorities may even actively resist the higher authority. Not only is it morally incumbent on every State in the union to defy the immoral ruling of Roe v Wade, it is also their constitutional right and duty to do so.
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As abolitionists, we often hear well-meaning pro-lifers tell us they wholeheartedly agree with the abolition of abortion. Typically they will also tell us that they also support any legislation that will regulate, slow or impede abortion. On the surface, this sounds like a good plan – support anything that “fights” abortion, right? Here’s the rub – abolition and regulation are diametrically opposed.
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ABORTION, the greatest EVIL of our age, MUST BE ABOLISHED NOW in North Carolina!
Every generation finds it easy to condemn the evils of the past. The Nazi concentration camps. Soviet gulags. Cambodia’s killing fields. The Rwandan genocide. We rightly recoil at these horrors, condemn their perpetrators, and prefer to hope we have moved beyond such displays of depravity and hatred toward our fellow man.
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