I think it’s time that conservatives look at the overturning of Roe, declare victory, and move on to more important (and really vital) social topics, at the state level, rather than start making people nervous by more-invasive anti-abortion laws.
And by “people”, I mean people like me.
Yes, there will always be some state-level folly that needs to be addressed — oppressive state gun ownership “tests”, for example — but just as with the major 2A victory, let’s not push for AK-47s in Aisle 7 at Kroger because while that doesn’t make me especially nervous, it probably would most people. Apply that concept to abortion-restrictive laws, and you’ll get my drift.
Let’s start with another state power: our schools and the destructive policies of Critical Race Theory, anti-male indoctrination and Marxism which have all become embedded in public school curricula.
If we want a more urgent local action, let’s address another state power: that of voting management and policy. Without serious controls in place to guarantee that another ten million votes aren’t suddenly “found” in ballot boxes or the foul voting machines, none of the rest counts.
We’ve won the 2A battle and we’ve destroyed the Constitutional foolishness of Roe v. Wade. It’s time to get serious about the rest of the Counterculture.
Oh, and if we want another national ailment to tackle, let’s talk about the wokeness and feminization of the Armed Forces, and their baleful effects on our ability to protect this republic. More on that later.