Pro-Life: A Worldview?

There has been a recent movement centered around broadening the “Pro-Life” movement to focus on more than the efforts to save the unborn and help mothers. This movement wants to expand the term to an ideology which encompasses all things that might be considered “For Life.”

Many in this movement believe that those who are pro-life must also be anti-torture, anti-euthanasia, anti-prejudice in the justice system, anti-unjust treatment of prisoners, anti-animal cruelty, anti-environmental degradation, anti-unjust and/or illogical wars, and the list goes on. The argument boils down to this: If you are anti-abortion you must be anti-x, y, and z for your worldview to be consistent.

In this episode of Acerbic Review, we dissect this argument and why it falls flat.

About Holmes Lybrand

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Holmes is a journalist for TheWhim.com, a novice violinist, and an avid reader of all things WFB, Roger Scruton, Thomas Sowell, and beyond. Outside of his love for liberty and his fascination with politics and culture, he enjoys a nice glass of scotch, a good bowl of pipe tobacco, and an Ernest Hemingway novel. He and his wife live in Houston with their many books.

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