Today, Joe Biden will be inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States of America, and Kamala Harris will be inaugurated as Vice President. Pro-life advocates are bracing for a hostile four years, as abortion industry interests dominate Washington, D.C.
Since the Supreme Court's brutal and unjust decision in Roe v. Wade in 1973, there have been many ups and downs, victories and defeats, and constant shifts in the balance of power. But some things never change.
Human life still begins at fertilization.
All human beings are still worthy of protection from violence.
Abortion is still the violent act of killing a human being.
Abortion is still a matter of life and death, not a mere religious issue or political debate.
The cause of life still attracts millions of dedicated people of every faith and none, from diverse backgrounds.
Pro-life Americans still have the truth on our side.
Social and legal change takes time. To put our struggle in context, Roe v. Wade will be 48 years old on Friday; we remember that it took 58 years for the Supreme Court to overturn Plessy v. Ferguson and reject "separate but equal" racism. The pro-life movement is in it for the long haul.
We will continue to save as many babies as we can, while we strive for the day that the right to life is restored. No matter who is in the White House, no matter who is in Congress, no matter who is on the Supreme Court, no matter who dismisses and mocks us, we aren't going anywhere.