Innocence is no longer a shield against injustice.
Separating the guilty from the innocent — that was always at the heart of the U.S. constitutional justice system.
No longer so.
Roe v. Wade corrupted that basic principle and substituted equity for justice.
A “progressive” Supreme Court contended that stage-managing equity is a higher duty than delivering justice. It fabricated a new purpose — a compelling duty to achieve equal outcomes between pregnant women and more “privileged” men unencumbered by pregnancy.
True, the Constitution’s Article III, Section 2, accorded judicial power to “all Cases, in Law and Equity.”
In 1938, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure fused the